I began my PhD-studies in comparative literature in 2014. My dissertation is founded in literary historiography and aesthetics of reception, and concerns interactions between genre- and mediasystems in the 20th century. Focus lies on analyzing understandings of Graham Greene's authorship and œuvre i Great Britain, the US, France and Sweden; how and why they have been created and interact, as well as what they encompass and what they do not. In the past I have, among other things, studied ideological critique in Chuck Palahniuk's novels and the many functions of parody in the animated tv-show Futurama.
The summer of 2017 I participated in The School of Criticism and Theory at Cornell University. As a result I'm leading a book project entitled The Geschelcht Complex: New Essays on Gender, Genre and Ontology.
I've been a supervisor of the SI-program at Centre for languages and literature, and a board member at the same institution.
I am the chair of the Lundensean Literature Society,