Visual Arts, Birmingham City University
Reviewing and Peer-reviewing:
I am a regular peer-reviewer for the British Association for Victorian Studies and The Pre-Raphaelite Society’s Review.
I am a trustee of the Birmingham & Midland Institute, where I have helped facilitate partnerships between the BMI and the education community. I am also a member of the Library committee and the Community engagement committee.
I was a regular contributor to the CLiC Fiction series in association with the BMI and the University of Birmingham. My articles are titled:
‘CLiC as a virtual teaching resource: Exploring the paradoxical role of women in the 19th century’, CLiC Fiction, University of Birmingham: CLiC Fiction Blog. (July 2020)
‘Using CLiC and the BMI resources: Restrictions of passion and effects of convention in Hard Times’, CLiC Fiction, University of Birmingham: CLiC Fiction Blog (July 2020).
I featured as a guest blog speaker for the BCU ADM alumni blog. I also featured as the guest interviewee for the International Centre for Victorian Women Writer’s newsletter (May 2022).
I am co-creator of the first Pre-Raphaelite podcast in association with the Pre-Raphaelite Society, inviting guest speakers to come in to discuss members of the PRB, their works, upcoming exhibitions and events and anything else concerning Pre-Raphaelitism.
As of 2022, I am a founding member of the Pre-Raphaelite Society’s Graduate Network.
Psychology and Literature
I belong to a number of societies, including AHNCA (Association of Historians of Nineteenth Century Art), The Birmingham and Midland Institute, The Pre-Raphaelite Society, The British Association of Victorian Studies and the Victorian Popular Fictions Association, all which I am a member of.