I’m a lecturer in post-1945 Literature in the Department of English Literature. My research interests focus on e-reading, materially experimental writing, digital humanities, critical theory, technology, and embodiment. I’m particularly interested in how the materiality of our artefacts impacts upon our culture, daily practice, and cognition. My most recent research has been into the relationship between the ethics and artistic representation of transhuman modification of the body with technology. Beyond English Studies, my research draws on cognitive science, post- and classical phenomenology, philosophy of technology, and object-oriented ontology.