My postdoctoral research focuses on the transnational and digital social memories of contemporary European antifascism. It relies on a case-study approach, which draws together analyses of social media use by grassroots antifascists groups in the UK, Germany and Sweden.

My doctoral research investigated the production of social memory in the infrastructural urban landscapes of the London Underground and Berlin U- and S-Bahn. My PhD thesis received first prize in the 2014 Peter Lang Young Scholars in Memory Studies. The manuscript is currently under preparation for publication as part of Peter Lang’s peer-reviewed Cultural Memory Series. I have also published and presented papers related to my doctoral research at international conferences and in peer-review journals.

Besides this I have published and presented papers on other research interests including on graffiti, street art and heritage.