I am currently completing a PhD entitled Andrew Marvell and Privacy. The project began at the University of Geneva and will be submitted at the University of Leicester.
Marvell, a seventeenth-century poet and politician, is my primary research interest. Other interests include literature of the English Civil War, writing and visual art (particularly mirrors), and public/private divides throughout the ages.
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2 August 2015
A case study into the world of digital privacy in Pakistan has an unfortunate crossover with a personal incident that has made me consider the consequences of this kind of thing much...
23 July 2015
I recently came across the story of Vivian Maier, a nanny whose photography during the 1950s and 60s lay buried in boxes for decades. Her prints uncover the life and work of a remarkable...
5 July 2015
I’ve never been a 'lad' in the sense of predatory and loutish behaviour, but the annual scrutiny of 'lad culture' has made me concerned about my sense of humour and how potentially...
5 June 2015
Inside the workplace, you're quite often in your own little world. But it's that little private zone which determines how good we really are. Continue reading →