Three images, L to R: a turquoise, red, and black advertisement for Conversations With at the London Film School featuring a picture of my face; part of a text-based flier for my "The Ethics of Intimacy Coordination" research seminar at Queen Mary; a picture of a computer screen showing the EventBrite for the Show and Tell at which I will speak in March, featuring my face and the faces of two other presenters against a background with floating red spheres.
2024: In progress... In January I began work as a lecturer at Goldsmiths University of London, teaching the undergraduate course "Postmodern Gender, Identity, and Queer Theory" and co-teaching the postgraduate (MA) course "Corporeality, Embodiment, and Alternative Spaces" with colleague Andrea Tuijten. I continued ethnographic interviews for my dissertation research on fetish club Torture Garden, and taught "Consent in Motion," a workshop for MA students at the Royal Central School of Speech and Drama. I also spoke at the London Film School for their series Conversations With.
February has seen me busy with teaching and dissertation research and writing. I traveled to Bristol for the scintillating Bristol Light Festival, and will close out the month by offering an equity training at a London-based business followed by giving a research seminar entitled "The Ethics of Intimacy Coordination" at the Centre for Film and Ethics at Queen Mary University of London (QMUL).