(2020) ‘Let my pain shape itself into worlds’: Navigating the Geographies of Illness in Contemporary Autopathography. PJMH: The Postgraduate Journal of Medical Humanities 6: 4-22.
(2019) ‘Deep Shame’: Fallenness reconsidered in Elizabeth Gaskell’s Ruth and Elizabeth Barrett Browning’s Aurora Leigh. Oxford Research in English 9: 89-104.
(2018) Review of Medicine, Health and the Arts: Approaches to the Medical Humanities edited by Victoria Bates, Alan Bleakley and Sam Goodman. Moveable Type: The University College London English Journal 10: 124-126.
(2020) Shame, Stigma and “Unexplained” Symptoms. The Polyphony.
(2021) ‘Shame, stigma, and the shadows of contested, “unexplained” illness’. Medical Humanities: (In)Visibility. NNMHR Congress 2021, University of Durham. 21-23 April 2021.
(2020) ‘The pain of shame and the shame of pain’. Public Health, Private Illness: ECR Medical Humanities Symposium, University of Glasgow. 3-4 September 2020.
(2019) ‘”Let my pain shape itself into worlds”: Navigating the Geographies of Illness in Contemporary Autopathography’. Postgraduate Medical Humanities Conference, University of Exeter. 24-25 June 2019.
(2020) ‘The mind, the body, and the shadowlands in-between: Contemporary life writing and the case of “Medically Unexplained Symptoms”‘. Late Summer Lecture Series, Durham University. 7 October 2020. [Watch a recording of the lecture, or read the transcript, here.]