Lecturer/Senior Lecturer in English Literature, Liverpool John Moores University (2016 to present, full time). Teaching:
‘Post-Millennial British Fiction’. Level 6 module.
‘Terrorism and Modern Literature’. Level 6 module.
‘Dissertation’. Level 6 module.
‘Migrants to the Screen’. Level 5 module; designed/convened as well as taught.
‘Literary and Cultural Theory’. Level 4 module; convened 2017 to present.
‘Literature in Context: Britain in the 1950s’. Level 4 module.
Assistant Professor of English Literature, Bilkent University, Ankara (2014 to 2016, full time). Teaching:
‘Post-Colonial Literature’. Fourth-year module; designed/convened as well as taught.
‘Modern British Fiction II (1950s to present)’. Third-year module; designed/convened as well as taught.
‘Modern British Fiction I (to the 1950s)'. Third-year module; designed/convened as well as taught.
‘Research and Writing Techniques for Literary Essays’. Second-year module; designed/convened as well as taught.
‘The Short Story’. Second-year module; designed/convened as well as taught.
‘Appreciation of Literature’. First-year module; designed/convened as well as taught.
‘Critical Reading’. First-year module.
‘Senior Project’. Fourth-year module involving supervision of academic papers as well as creative writing projects (prose fiction and drama).
Supervisor, Faculty of English, University of Cambridge (2007 to 2012, part time). Teaching:
‘Postcolonial and Related Literatures’.
Open Dissertations, Parts I and II: postcolonial studies; contemporary British literature; contemporary American literature.
'Mobilities'. MA module, LJMU (ongoing).
MA and MRes Dissertation Supervisor, LJMU (ongoing).
PhD level: member of the supervisory team for doctoral students at:
Middle East Technical University (2015 to 2022).
Ankara University (2015 to 2016).
Higher Education Co-ordinator and A Level English Literature Lecturer, Walworth Academy Sixth Form, London (September 2012 to August 2014, part time). Teaching:
‘Literature post-1900’ (twentieth-century American fiction and drama; contemporary British poetry).
‘Poetry and Prose 1800-1945’ (nineteenth-century American poetry; nineteenth-century British and American fiction).
‘Drama and Poetry pre-1800’ (Shakespeare; seventeenth-century poetry and drama).
‘Texts in Time’ (contemporary British fiction and poetry).
Other responsibilities: responsible for leading all aspects of the sixth form’s Higher Education programme, including: advising students on HE; overseeing all students’ university applications; co-ordinating the sixth form’s provision of references; preparing students for interviews; widening participation in HE (especially in regard to students from non-privileged backgrounds).
Seminar Leader, University of Cambridge/The Sutton Trust (2011, part time). Teaching:
‘Modernism and the Short Story’.
‘Jack Kerouac and the American Dream’.
English Tutor, OISE, Cambridge (2008 to 2012) and LTC, London (March 2012 to September 2012), part time. Teaching:
English for academic purposes.