Ph.D., University of Melbourne
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I received my PhD in English and Theatre Studies from the University of Melbourne in 2013 for a thesis on key modernist writer, Samuel Beckett. I have subsequently developed a critical corpus concerned for the most part with experiments in twentieth century and twenty-first century writing, particularly writing for performance. For me, the humanities are not simply a disciplinary and theoretical sphere, but also a constantly changing environment of performance, inscription, and interaction. The classroom is one extension of that. My engagement with the humanities is at once as an interdisciplinary critic and as a writer. Teaching for four years at the University of Melbourne and a year at Deakin University part-time in Australia before joining Kobe College in 2015 has helped me to develop student-centred teaching practices and creative classroom structures that I think students find encouraging and engaging. I hope that in my classroom students will discover new forms of invention, criticism, and inquiry.