I am a PhD candidate and teaching associate at the University of Edinburgh, where I research queer theory and the visual culture of fashion. I lecture and publish on the politics of LGBTQ representation in fashion media, transnational fashion cultures, and fashion design activism in conflict zones. Currently, I am working on two research projects: the political meaning of crossdressing in the work of Italian philosopher and performer Mario Mieli and critical fashion practices in Israel/Palestine. I have delivered lectures across Europe, the United States and Australia, and my research has appeared or is forthcoming in Third TextCriticism, AisthesisFashion Theory, and The International Journal of Fashion Studies. I also disseminate my work through non-academic channels, contributing to international magazines and art catalogues.

Queer Worldmaking: Design and Affect (University of Technology, Sydney)
Research Seminar in Fashion Studies
(IUAV University Venice)


Lecture on Queer and Critical Race Theory
(University of Edinburgh) 
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