Experience

Research Experience

  • 2017–2019 – Research Associate for “Interfaith Childhoods” in the Digital Ethnography Research Centre at RMIT University (2017–2019)
  • 2017 – Research Associate for “Interfaith Childhoods” in the Department of Gender and Cultural Studies at the University of Sydney

Public Scholarship

Teaching Experience

Courses
  • 2020 – Introduction to Gender Studies, The University of Sydney (The Department of Gender and Cultural Studies)
  • 2019 – Introduction to Gender Studies, The University of Sydney (The Department of Gender and Cultural Studies)
  • 2019 – Foundations in International Studies, The University of Technology Sydney (The School of International Studies)
  • 2018 – Foundations in International Studies, The University of Technology Sydney (The School of International Studies)
Modules
  • 2019 – Research & Enquiry 2B: Communication and Engagement, The University of Sydney (Sydney School of Veterinary Science)
  • 2018 – Research & Enquiry 2B: Communication and Engagement, The University of Sydney (Sydney School of Veterinary Science)
  • 2017 – Research & Enquiry 2B: Communication and Engagement, The University of Sydney (Sydney School of Veterinary Science)
Guess Lectures
  • 2019 – “Communication and Engagement 1: Science Communication” (in Research & Enquiry 2B), The University of Sydney (Sydney School of Veterinary Science)
  • 2019 – “Disability in Game of Thrones” (in Introduction to Gender Studies), The University of Sydney (The Department of Gender and Cultural Studies)

Conference Presentations

  • 2019 – “Zombies and Affective Healing in the Heterogeneous Body,” CSAA Conference 2019: Cultural Transformations, University of Queensland, Brisbane. December 4–6.
  • 2019 – “Affective Labour and Ethnography of Religion,” 2019 TASA Conference: Diversity & Urban Growth, Western Sydney University, Parramatta. November 25–28.
  • 2019 – “Heterogeneous Embodiment and the Chimaeric Zombie,” Embodying Fantastika: An Interdisciplinary Conference, Lancaster University, UK. August 8–10.
  • 2019 – “The Chimaeric Zombie: Exploring Heterogeneous Embodiment Through Microchimaerism and Zombies,” Theorizing Zombiism: Toward a Critical Theory Framework, University College Dublin. July 25–27.
  • 2018 – “Frankenstein’s Chimera: Troubling Binaries in Foetomaternal Microchimaerism,” Quite Frankly: It’s a Monster Conference, University of Western Australia, October 18–19.
  • 2018 – “Feminist and Materialist Embodiment in Human-Made Genetic Chimaerism,” Frankenstein 2018: two hundred years of monsters, Australian National University, Canberra. September 12‐15.
  • 2018 – “A Manifesto for Zombies: Undead Organs and the Ethics of Organ Transplantation,” Imagineers in Circus and Science: Scientific Knowledge and Creative Imagination, Australian National University, Canberra. April 3–5.

Education

  • 2016–2020 – Doctor of Philosophy, The University of Sydney (Department of Gender and Cultural Studies)
    • “Using zombies in the critical medical humanities: a transdisciplinary methodology for the development of ethical thinking and feeling
    • Supervisor: Associate Professor Ruth Barcan
    • Associate Supervisor: Dr Anthea Taylor
  • 2015 – Bachelor of Arts (Hons) in Communication awarded First Class Honours, The University of Technology, Sydney
    • “‘A Giant Come Among Us’: Disability in George R. R. Martin’s A Song of Ice and Fire
    • Supervisor: Dr Julie Robert
  • 2010–2014 – Bachelor of Arts in Communication, The University of Technology, Sydney
    • Major: Media Arts and Production
    • Submajor: Film Studies
  • 2010–2014 – Bachelor of Arts in International Studies, The University of Technology, Sydney
    • Major: France
  • 2013 – International Study (as part of BA in International Studies), Université de Reims Champagne-Ardenne

Industry Experience

  • 2014–2017 – Creative/Trainer (IT and Software), Apple Inc.
  • 2016 – Accessibility Liaison, Apple Inc.
  • 2016 – Internal Training and Development (Sydney and Singapore), Apple Inc.
  • 2014 – Video editor, assistant colourist, and title design for the multi-award winning short film, Nineteen, directed by Madeline Kelly