I am a Chancellor’s International Scholar in French Studies at the University of Warwick. My doctoral project, supervised by Dr. Mary Harrod, Dr. Douglas Morrey, and Dr. Oliver Davis adopts a multi-faceted theoretical approach to examine the burgeoning cinematic representations of lone-parent families in the French cinema of the current decade. At Warwick, I am actively involved in University’s Student Staff Liaison Committee and was elected Chair of the PG SSLC in my second year of doctoral study. Before coming to Warwick, I completed a Master 2 in History and Social Sciences at the Institut National des Langues et Civilisations Orientales, Paris. My M2 research in Paris was funded by the Charpak Scholarship of Excellence and the Université Sorbonne Paris Cité Scholarship. I was the topper for the MA in French Translation degree at the University of Pune. I have previously worked as a French language trainer and conference interpreter.
I am currently the Postgraduate Representative for the Association for the Study of Modern and Contemporary France.
Join us for our first ever ASMCF Coffee Morning!
Calling all postgrads: would you like to meet and have a good old chat with your fellow French and Francophone scholars? Put 20th November in your diaries, grab your coffee and join us for a catch up! Sign up using this link: https://forms.gle/m3dzwJtkFsFyoLxQ9…
Attention fellow French and Francophone Scholars!
We really enjoyed meeting everyone and chatting at our November meeting, and we're delighted to be able to run another PG coffee morning! Put 11th December, 11.30am GMT in your diaries, sign up and come join us for a catch up! https://forms.gle/s7oud9wotEjyCLSw6…