(S)Ex-Libris: Women Artists and the Trade in Erotic Illustrated Books in Interwar Germany and France.
'Saccharine Sapphism:The Homoerotic Graphic Art of Mariette Lydis', Dr Elizabeth English, Dr Jana Funke, Dr Sarah Parker (eds.), Interrogating Lesbian Modernism: Histories, Forms, Genres (Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, forthcoming 2021).
''The woman thoroughly dominates': Lene Schneider-Kainer and the Weimar woman artist as illustrator of (homo)erotic print culture', Dr Artemis Alexiou and Dr Rose Roberto (eds.), Women in Print, Vol. 1: design and (re)construction of personal histories (Oxford: Peter Lang, forthcoming 2020).
'"Mit einer ziemlich weitgehenden weiblichen Indiskretion": Charlotte Berends Anita Berber: Acht Originallithographieen (1919)', Hemma Schmutz and Elisabeth Nowak-Thaller (eds.), Wolfgang Gurlitt Zauberprinz: Kunsthändler – Sammler, exhibition catalogue, LENTOS Kunstmuseum Linz, Linz (Munich: Hirmar Verlag, 2019), 169-176.
Chris Matthews and Abbey Rees-Hales, 'In the Modern Factory', C20 Magazine, 2015, 1, 16-23.
'Reserved for "Artists, intellectuals, bibliophiles and similar persons": High-end erotica and elitist assurances in Weimar Germany' (poster presentation), Sex, science, and censorship in the 19th and 20th centuries, University of Granada, Monday 17th February 2020.
'A Borrowed Space? Lene Schneider-Kainer and the Weimar Woman Artist as Illustrator of Erotica'. Modern and Contemporary Forum, University of Birmingham, December 2018.
' "With Quite Unrestrained Female Indiscretion": Charlotte Berend's Anita Berber: Acht Originallithographieen (1919)', Intersecting Identities Research Stream/ Department of Modern Languages Research Seminar, University of Birmingham, November 2018.
' "With Quite Unrestrained Female Indiscretion": Charlotte Berend, Anita Berber and the Graphically-Graphic Body' (paper given in absentia), Graphic Modernisms panel, Modernist Studies Association annual conference, Columbus, Ohio, November 2018.
'Charlotte Berend, Anita Berber and the Graphically-Graphic Body', Women in German Studies 30th Annual Conference, Aston University, November 2018.
'A New Erotic Renaissance Threatens Germany: Women Artists and Bibliophile (homo)erotica in the Early Weimar Republic', Women in Print: Production, Distribution and Consumption, Centre for Printing History, University of Birmingham, September 2018
'Mytilene on the Banks of the Spree: Pierre Louÿs, Jeanne Mammenand a Sapphic Pseudograph', Echoes: A Symposium on Classic-Modern Relations, April 2018, University of Birmingham.
'The Daughters of Bilitis: Pierre Louÿs, Jeanne Mammen and a Pseudo-Sapphic Hoax', Queer Modernism(s) II, University of Oxford, April 2018.
Other Research Interests
Art history and visual culture
Gender and sexuality studies
The reception of Sappho
Modernism and the 'Middlebrow'
Postgraduate Teaching Associate, University of Birmingham, 2019/20. Seminar tutor for first year History of Art module, 'Debates and Methods in Art History'.
Postgraduate Teaching Associate, University of Birmingham, 2018/19. Seminar tutor for first year History of Art module, 'Debates and Methods in Art History'.