I am Lecturer in German Studies and recently completed my PhD in German Studies at the University of Liverpool. My thesis, Memory, Education, Circulation, Prestige: Form and Function of the Austrian Manuscript Cookery Book in the Long Eighteenth Century, focuses on the late eighteenth- and early nineteenth-century manuscript cookery book as object, its function, and female authorship and ownership. My publications in the history of food and cookery include ‘The Chameleon in the Kitchen: The Plural Identities of the Manuscript “Cookery Book”’, in Eve Rosenhaft, Helga Müllneritsch and Annie Mattsson (eds.), The Materiality of Writing: Manuscript Practices in the Age of Print (Uppsala 2019), ‘The ‘Who’ of Manuscript Recipe Books: Tracing Professional Scribes’, in Sjuttonhundratal: Nordic Yearbook for Eighteenth-Century Studies (2017) and ‘The Roast Charade: Travelling Recipes and their Alteration in the Long Eighteenth Century’, in Tim Berndtsson et al (eds.), Traces of Transnational Relations in the Eighteenth Century (Uppsala 2015).
Modern Languages and Cultures
School of Languages, Literatures and Linguistics
College Road, Main Arts Building
Bangor LL57 2DG
Tel: +44 (0) 1248 382135
I convene the following modules:
LZG-1001: Advanced German 1
LZG-1003: German for Beginners I
LZG-1002: Advanced German 2
LZG-1004: German for Beginners II
LZG-2020/40: Gegenwartssprache I
LXG-2008: The German Film
LZG-3020/30/40: Gegenwartssprache II
LXG-3016: East Germany and its Legacy
I also contribute to: LXE-2025: Reading Fantastic Literatures, LXE-1700: Creating National Histories, LXE-3200: Press Dossier, LXM-4001: Modes of Critical Theory.