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Academic Teaching Roles

Lecturer in Theatre and Performance Studies, King's College London (2020-22)

Visiting Lecturer, Creative Writing, Leeds Arts University (2019-present)

 

Visiting Lecturer, Module: Crowds and Clouds, Digital Humanities Department, King’s College London (2018)

Graduate Teaching Assistant and Visiting Lecturer, Module: Language in Time, English Department, King’s College London (2014-17)

Graduate Teaching Assistant, Module: Forms of Shorter Narrative, Comparative Literature Department, King’s College London (2017)

Assessor, King’s Interdisciplinary Award, Graduate School, King’s College London (2015-16)

Assessor, King’s Global Award, Graduate School, King’s College London (2016-17)

Graduate Teaching Assistant, Module: Introducing Literary Theories, English Department, King’s College London (2015)

Graduate Teaching Assistant, Module: Contested Culture: Formations, Culture, Media and Creative Industries, King’s College London (2015)

Visiting Lecturer, Module: Performance Live: London, Syracuse University, London (2014-16)

Convening and Editorial Roles

Reader, Frontier Poetry, 2017–present

 

Co-Founder and Contributing Editor, King’s English Blog, English Department, King’s College London, 2016-2017. URL: https://blogs.kcl.ac.uk/english/

 

Co-Convenor, ‘Research with Reach: Valuing Ideas Beyond the Academe,’ conference and workshops to encourage impact beyond academic journals, 2014-2017

 

Committee Member, Arts and Humanities Faculty Impact and Innovation Committee, School of Arts and Humanities, King’s College London, 2016-2017

 

Co-Convenor, ‘City Centric: Interdisciplinary Urban Studies Reading Group,’ seminars and conference to support a network of urban studies scholars, 2014-2016

 

Convenor, ‘The Anomalous, Meeting,’ research seminar series exploring anomalies in the ecology, economics and art, 2015

 

Peer Reviewer, Platform: Postgraduate Journal of Theatre Arts, Vol. 9, Iss. 2, Special Issue: Performance, Place and Geography, 2015

 

Conference Organising Committee Member, ‘Union’: King’s Arts and Humanities Interdisciplinary Conference, King’s College London, 2014

 

Series Chair, ‘Papers in Progress’ workshop series, a cross-disciplinary discussion group for postgraduate writing practices, 2014

 

Contributing Co-Editor, Literature Section, London Student Newspaper, 2011-2013

Poetry Workshops

Penny has run poetry workshops for various arts spaces, organisations and charities, including during their time as Poetry Fellow of the Paris American Academy (2011). Other workshops have taken place through Creative Barking and Dagenham (2022), Soho House and Soho Farmhouse (2016-7), Littoral Arts (2014) and CoolTan Arts (2013).

Articles

'The Doctor Will Refuse to See You Now - Queer Solidarity for Adeno and Endo Pain,' Performance@King's (2022)

‘The Meta-Poetics of Creative Labour in the University,’ The Palgrave Handbook for Creativity at Work, Palgrave MacMillan (2020)

‘Walking into Beirut: An Annotation,’ with Ella Parry-Davies and Merijn Royaards, in Liminalities, Vol. 12, Iss. 5 (2016)

 

‘‘In some they become the cloud’: Annotating Room 14 of Mira Schendel,’ Performance Research, Vol. 20, Iss. 2, Special Issue: On Anthropomorphism, Routledge/Taylor and Francis (2015)

 

‘Συνίστασθαιand Performing Skies: Towards an Alternative Aristotelian Poetics,’ Performance Research, Vol. 20, Iss. 1, Special Issue: On Poetics and Performance, Routledge/Taylor and Francis (2015)

 

‘Merz Merz Merz Merz: Performing the Remains of Mr. Kurt Schwitters,’ Platform: Postgraduate Journal of Theatre Arts, Vol. 8, Iss. 1, Special Issue: Performance Legacies, Royal Holloway University (2014)

[Book Review] Jon Anderson and Kimberley Peters (eds.), Human Geographies of the Ocean, published in Excursions, Vol. 5, Iss. 1, Special Issue: Boundaries, Sussex University (2014)

Reviews

[Book Review], Putting on my Species, Sasja Janssen, trans. by Michele Hutchison (2020)

‘Coming Out: 50 years of gay literature,’ TLS (April 2017)

[Book Review] Rick Rylance, Literature and the Public Good, TLS (February 2017)

The Guardian Higher Education Network (2014)

‘10 ways to make public engagement work for you,’ co-written with Ella Parry-Davies

Opera North, Götterdämmerung/Twilight of the Gods, Felt Acts (2014)

"0", Walking into Beirut: An annotation

A creative-critical article published in Liminalities, co-authored with Ella Parry-Davies and Merijn Royaards (2016)