I'm a researcher in Cognitive Poetics and Dystopian literature. My main interests are in reader-response based studies, in which the literary text is considered as a discourse.



I hope to instill in my students a sense of integrity, responsibility, honesty and curiosity for the world around them. 

​There is always a lesson to be found in every corner of the world.
The course is mainly designed for BA, graduating seniors but also caters to the needs of literature, language, and writing students. It will focus on diverse realizations of linguistics in...
This is mainly a writing course designed for students at their beginning level to be able to write various types of sentences correctly and in different verb tenses. It is a pre-requisite...
This course is designed mainly to help first-year students of English language and literature with the ability to establish, and later improve, good study habits and skills, such as reading...
This thesis is an exploration of reading styles and stylistic patterning in relation to dystopian fiction. Situated within an empirical cognitive poetics, the study draws upon naturalistic...
Text World Theory (TWT) considers the mental aspects of the reader as a participant in written discourse, where the knowledge, beliefs, memories, hopes and dreams, etc. of the reader are...
Text-World Theory (TWT) emerged as part of the ‘cognitive turn’ (Steen 1994) in the arts and humanities. A cognitive stylistic framework first created by Werth (1999), and then expanded...