2019 – Present
PhD Candidate
Funded by the Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC)
Goldsmiths University
Department of Anthropology

2018 – 2019
Masters of Research in Anthropology (Distinction)
Goldsmiths University
Department of Anthropology

2013 – 2017
Bachelor of Arts in History and Anthropology (Hons, First Class)
Goldsmiths University
Department of History, Department of Anthropology

Upcoming Publications

  • Moments: Diversity Work, Exhaustion and the Remaking of Anthropology (article) in the “Rethinking Diversity” special issue of Teaching Anthropology
  • The Digital and Queer Potential of Feminist Science Fiction (co-written chapter as part of the Beyond Gender collective) in Technologies of Feminist Speculative Fiction edited collection

Professional Experience

St Giles Trust
Data Coordinator – County Lines project (London)

I am the data coordinator for the County Lines (Rescue and Response) project at St Giles. My duties primarily focus on the inputting and collation of client data sent by caseworkers onto spreadsheets for the Home Office, managing my own workload, and supporting my front-line colleagues in regular meetings.

2020 – Present
Decol Anth @ Gold
Co-founder of Decol Anth reading group

Alongside Dr. Gabriel Dattatreyan and Dr Julia Sauma, I co-founded the decolonising anthropology reading group in the Department of Anthropology at Goldsmiths University which is funded by the department. We host regular reading groups which bring together members of the department learning community to critically engage with key questions concerning the discipline in relation to the world we share. I assisted in the setting up of the reading group and a decol anth library, creation of a reading list for the group, and facilitation of the sessions.

2020 – Present
Decol Anth @ Gold
Editorial Board Member

I am part of the Editorial Collective for the DecolAnth @ Goldsmiths site. The site aims to host a dialogue about decolonisation and its relationship to anthropology as an academic discipline. Within the editorial collective I assist in managing the back-end of our website, generate ideas for content, identify and invite guest contributors, and take part in collective discussions about decolonisation.

2020 – Present
London Science Fiction Research Community

I am a co-director of the LSFRC, an organisation of SF scholars and fans which is led by graduate students and activists based in the UK. We host monthly reading groups, an annual conference, and a series of other SF events throughout the year which are attended by people from all over the world. My current responsibilities within the LSFRC are to handle the operational aspects of our events, co-facilitate monthly reading groups and co-organise our annual conference, manage our finances, and am in the process of setting up a gaming track within the LSFRC.

Autumn Term 2020
Goldsmiths University, Department of Anthropology
Co-organiser – Autumn departmental seminar series

I co-convened the departmental seminar series with a small group of PhD students on the theme of ‘Anthropology and Double-Consciousness: Moving Between Worlds?’ I assisted in the selection of the theme, identified speakers to invite, and also co-presented one of the series talks on ‘Empowering Today’s Anthropology Students‘ which explored marginalisation in academia and rethinking the discipline.

Goldsmiths University
Research Assistant – ‘Off-centre: Figuring Social Justice through Decentralised Technologies’

In my role as research assistant for the Off-Centre project, I worked with Dr EJ Gonzalez-Polledo and PhD candidate Yathu Yogarajah to create a project which explores the social justice potential of decentralised technologies. I assisted in successfully applying for funding from the Digital Worldmaking stream at Goldsmiths, reformulated our project to an online website as a result of covid-19, created and managed our website, and interviewed activists working with/on technologies.

2019 – 2020
Goldsmiths Students’ Union
Active Bystander Facilitator – Against Sexual Violence Campaign

I worked within a small team to deliver active bystander training to hundreds of students at Goldsmiths University to aid students in identifying instances of sexual violence and harassment on campus, and empower them to positively and safely intervene. In addition to my role as a facilitator, I collated and analysed student feedback data using GSheets, assisted in a curriculum review to ensure our curriculum was engaging and inclusive, and was accepted to co-present a paper at the ‘Calling Time on Sexual Misconduct‘ conference at UCL.

People Like You
Conference Assistant – Figurations: Persons In/Out of Data

I was a conference assistant for the 2 day interdisciplinary ‘Figurations‘ conference for the People Like You project. My role included greeting attendees, liaising with speakers, setting up rooms, handling technical issues, and other event operational duties.

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