I graduated with a first-class undergraduate degree in English and American Literature from the University of Birmingham in 2017. On completion I received the Tibbatt’s Memorial Prize for the highest degree score in English Literature. In 2018 I completed MA Literature and Culture at the University of Birmingham, graduating with Distinction. My thesis explored the significance of the Midland landscape in a selection of Lawrence’s novels and critical writings.
In 2018, I was awarded an AHRC M3C Funded Studentship and have since begun my PhD in the Department of English Literature at the University of Birmingham. Under the co-supervision of Professor Andrzej Gasiorek (University of Birmingham), Doctor Nathan Waddell (University of Birmingham) and Doctor Andrew Harrison (University of Nottingham), my research examines Lawrence’s formal experiments with regards to travel writing.