My doctoral research focuses on the history of knowledge, Central Asia and the nineteenth century. My research interests also include material history and history of art. I began studying Central Asian history in 2018, building on some of my earlier work done while studying at King’s College London.
Conferences, presentations and workshops
Central Eurasian Studies Society Annual Conference, Indiana University Bloomington, October 2022
The conquest of Turkestan in European visual history, Histoire visuelle de la conquête du Turkestan par l’Empire russe, Sorbonne Université / Centre national de la recherche scientifique, Paris, October 2022
N. S. Lykoshin and his Letters from Native Tashkent series (1894-1896), British Association for Slavonic and East European Studies Conference, Robinson College, Cambridge, April 2022
Art History and Archaeology of Central Asia: National, Regional and Global, Oxford Nizami Ganjavi Centre, University of Oxford, October-November 2020
In Michaelmas term 2022, I assisted my supervisor teaching the 3rd year History course for undergraduate students, Empire and Nation in Russia and the USSR, as a non-stipendiary lecturer at New College.
I was also a Junior Teaching Fellow at the Krasis programme at the Ashmolean Museum. Read my blog for the Museum based on my introductory class on the history of Central Asia here.