Administrator for the Centre for Modern Literature and Culture
Hannah is the administrator for the Centre for Modern Literature and Culture (CMLC) – a part of the Arts and Humanities Research Institute that brings together researchers, writers, musicians, artists and others who are interested in the experimental forms of Modernism and how they are being developed today. Hannah is also a PhD student in the German department, where her doctoral project examines books by twenty-first century authors who draw on collage techniques in their work.
Hannah has both an undergraduate and a Masters degree in Modern Languages from the University of Oxford. In 2015-16 she worked on the ‘Writing Brecht’ project at St Hugh’s College, Oxford, where she helped to organise and run the 2016 International Brecht Society Symposium. At King’s she is also a tutor for the Study Skills Centre, and she does English language teaching for Glasgow Caledonian University London.