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My doctoral research focuses on how the Fascist regime attempted to use radio broadcasting as a means of promoting its cultural and political ideology internationally. 




History and Society in 20th-century Italy (Unification, WWI, Fascism, WWII)


Italian Translation 


Paper VIII Seminars and Tutorials (Verga, Pirandello)


- 'New Perspectives on Italian Fascism' in Modern Language Review, forthcoming 2024.

- 'John Foot, Blood and Power: The Rise and Fall of Italian Fascism' in Modern Language Review, 118.3 (2023), pp. 394-5. 

Conference Papers

- 'Fascist Radio: Where Nationalism and Populism Meet', Hybridity, AHRC International Conference , Cambridge (2022)

- 'In Search of Lost Thyme: The Limitations in and of seeking authenticity' (with Ailsa Maxwell), Reading Early Modern Recipes in a Digital Age, Queen Mary University of London (2022)

Invitations to Chair

- 'A Misconceived Competition: Fascism, Romanità and the British Empire', Prof. Laura Cerasi (Italian Studies at Oxford Seminar, 2022)

- 'Border Crossings' panel, Hybridity, AHRC International Conference, Cambridge (2022)

Access Work

- Springboard mini-lecture (Recorded) - 'Exporting Italian Fascism', 2022 (

- Springboard live lecture - 'The Anatomy of Fascism', 2022

- Oxplore Classroom Ambassador, 2022

- OxNet Postgraduate Tutor (Seminar, Tutorials and Essay Marking), 2021 

Other Activities

Italian Studies at Oxford (ISO) - Events Co-ordinator, 2021-2023

Modern Language Review (MLR) - Assistant Editor (Italian Section), 2021-2023


Italian (Fluent), French (Fluent), Spanish (Intermediate), Welsh (Beginner)