I am currently in the very early stages of planning and completing research for the monograph for the Making Civilisations project. The initial work on this project consists of my research into the literary salon in the twentieth century and I hope to publish this as a paper by the end of 2015.
My monograph, War, Nation and Europe in the Novels of Storm Jameson is currently with publishers.
I have already published some of this research on Storm Jameson, some of which is available online.
My article the “Something Must Be Done to Stop the Rot”: The City, Civilisation and the Threat to Europe in Storm Jameson’s Europe to Let’ was published in May 2014 in the Journal of War and Culture Studies – you can read it here in JWACS 7.2 (May 2014).
I also wrote a chapter about Jameson, refugees and gender in France in 1940 entitled ‘“His Dearest Property”: Women, Nation and Displacement in Storm Jameson’s Cloudless May’. It appears in Angela K. Smith and Sandra Barkof’s collection, War and Displacement in the Twentieth Century (Routledge, 2014).
In 2012 I published, with Dr Emma Short, an edited collection about women and contemporary historical fiction, based on my ongoing interest in gender and representation. The collection entitled The Female Figure in Contemporary Historical Fiction was published by Palgrave Macmillan and includes my chapter on the female gothic in Kate Mosse’s Sepulchre (2007).