Research title: Muriel Spark's Houses of Fiction and Faith
▪ Santander Travel Scholarship: for attendance at CIVIS 'Transitive Modernities' course in Stockholm Sweden 13-18 June 2022, £500.
▪ The Centre for Scottish and Celtic Studies (CSCS) Seedcorn Funding 2021-2022: £500 for attendance at the 3rd World Congress of Scottish Literatures in Prague.
▪ Strategic Research Support Fund 2021 (£65.45 for research trips to NLS) and 2022 (£210.60 for research trips to Prague).
▪ University of Glasgow Haiku/Senryu Poetry Competition (Student Category), Second Prize. July 2021.
▪ 22-26 June 2022. 3rd World Congress of Scottish Literatures in Prague, Czech Republic.
Paper: ‘From Bruntsfield to Bulawayo: Homeland and Household in Muriel Spark’s African Writings’.
▪ 4 June 2021. Inside / Outside: English Graduate Conference of Oxford.
Paper: ‘Household or Homeland: Racial Boundaries and Identity Politics in Muriel Spark’s African Short Fiction’.
▪ 4-6 August 2021. Moving the Centre: Toward Radical Futures. Cross-Disciplinary Postgraduate Research Conference on Post/Decolonial and Global Studies. University of Glasgow, Glasgow.
Paper: ‘The Caliban and Miranda Complex: Colonialism and Gender in Muriel Spark’s Robinson and Shakespeare’s The Tempest.
▪ 22 September to 24 September 2021. Inside/Outside: The Built Environment and Dialogues Between Interior and Exterior Space. Cambridge conference.
Paper: ‘Household or Homeland: Racial Boundaries and Identity Politics in Muriel Spark’s African Writing’.
GTA Chinese (since 2022)
▪ Serve as a member of the PGR/ECR Advisory Board of IASSL (International Association for the Study of Scottish Literatures) from April 2022.
▪ Co-organising College of Arts Annual PG [Hybrid] Conference, ‘Hear them speak: voice in literature, culture and the arts’, at the University of Glasgow from 9 to 10 June 2022.
▪ Serve as the PGR representative of English literature at the University of Glasgow from April 2022.
▪ Served as a member of the editorial board for the university of Glasgow’s academic journal eSharp (issue 29, ‘Boundaries’, Summer 2021) and co-hosted the launch party.
▪ Served as a peer reviewer of the University of Edinburgh’s journal FORUM (issue 32: ‘The Aftermath’) in July 2021.