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I hold my undergraduate degree in Law from the London School of Economics and Political Science and my Masters in Law and Society from Brunel University. I did my undergraduate studies in English Literature at the University of Westminster. I have published academic work in the field of psychoanalysis, particularly as it relates to the concept of Law and violence in the adult short stories of Roald Dahl. I have also contributed scholarly book reviews to the Literary London journal and to the London Fictions website. My current research focuses on the construction of law as the most authoritative form of truth, or representation, as it is contrasted against the competing truth of the photographic in Victorian writing.


I was the second marker for the final year coursework for the English Literature module on Literature and Psychoanalysis in the first year of my PhD studies.



Understanding the Significance and Purpose of Violence in the Short Stories of Roald Dahl

Scholarly book reviews 

These book reviews are concerned with the representation of London in fiction:

Review of London Triptych by Jonathan Kemp (01.06.15)

Book reviews published in the online, peer-reviewed journal Literary London: 

Review of Rachel Lichtenstein, On Brick Lane, Literary London (March 2009)

Review of John O'Donoghue, Sectioned: A Life Interrupted, Literary London (September 2009)

Review of Tarquin Hall, Salaam Brick Lane: A Year in the New East End (September 2009)  

Review of Paula Hawkins, The Girl on the Train (November 2015)


For details of all my research outputs, visit my WestminsterResearch profile.