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PhD Researcher in Film Studies, Queen Mary University of London

I am currently working on a PhD in Film Studies at Queen Mary University of London. My research focuses on how Holocaust memory is represented in contemporary transnational cinemas. I examine a variety of films in different (trans)national contexts to show how the Holocaust today is understood in both dialogue and competition with other genocides and historical events, ranging from the Armenian genocide, the Roma genocide, as well as the ongoing Russian-Ukrainian war. I have an upcoming book chapter, about the online viral phenomenon of the "dybbuk box", to be published in a edited volume by De Gruyter on digital Holocaust memory. I have a BA in Film Studies for which I achieved a first, and an MA in Film and Philosophy, both from King's College London.


  • –present
    PhD Researcher, Queen Mary University of London


  • 2018 
    King's College London, Film Studies