Nineteenth- and Twentieth-century British Fiction, especially James Joyce and Virginia Woolf; Literary Theory: semiotics, deconstruction, psychoanalysis, phenomenology; Media studies and the history of the book; Roland Barthes; Proust
American Literatures in English; African, African-American & African Diaspora Studies; Colonial & Post-Colonial Discourse/ Race & Empire/ Black Radical Traditions; Cultural Studies; Body Politics / Gender & Sexuality Studies; Philosophy and Critical Theory
British and Irish Modernism; the Transatlantic Twentieth Century; Mid-twentieth-century American Literature; American Modernism; Visual Culture; Literary Theory; the Intersection of the Arts; Artistic Process & the Archive; the Relationship between Biography, Form, and Historical Moment.
World Literature, World Cinema, Cosmopolitanism, Human Rights and Literature, Global Migration and the Immigrant Novel, Politics of Representation, Modern and Contemporary Arts, Digital Media and Culture, Ethics and Politics of Artificial Intelligence
Feminism and Gender Studies; 20th Century Drama; Pop Culture; Young Adult Fiction; Genre Fiction; the Early Modern Stage; Rhetoric; Literary Theory; Intersections between Marxism and Psychoanalysis; Sociology; Dance and Dance History.
Nineteenth- and twentieth-century British and European writing
Art and art markets in the context of social crisis
Interrelations between fiction and non-fiction
The bearing of science on visual and verbal art