Research

My primary research areas are Literary Modernism, Periodical and 'Little Magazine' Studies, Digital Humanities, and the global networks of literature, visual art, history, and cultural production that flourished between 1890-1950. 

I have particular interests in transnational modernist literatures, Asian-American fiction, the Japanese 'I novel', interactions between American modernism and Latin American modernismo, and Caribbean/ Harlem Renaissance interchanges. I also explore intersections between periodical culture and Medical Humanities and Interdisciplinary Approaches to literature. 


My current research centres on three key projects:


1. A monograph exploring the representations of global modernisms and transnational
    literary production in early twentieth-century modernist periodicals.


2. The creation of a large-scale, fully searchable, open access Digital Humanities archive
    that maps global contributors to late nineteenth- and early twentieth-century modernist
    periodicals. A partnership with Clifford Wulfman at Princeton University, the project is an
    extension of Princeton's Blue Mountain Project


3. An edited collection framing Victorian and Modern literature through new, dialogic
    approaches.


I am also a Co-Editor of The Journal of Wyndham Lewis Studies.