- Lead Curator of South East European Collections
- History of South East Europe
I am a curator of the British Library South East European collections which comprises collections from Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Macedonia, Montenegro, Moldova, Romania, Serbia and Slovenia.
I have a research background in history and experience in curatorship.
My main research interests are the social and cultural history of the Balkans; Anglo-Serbian relations and contacts in the twentieth century; medical history of Serbia in the First World War; and the history of the British Library Slavonic and East European.
- 'A History of the British Library Slavonic and East European Collections: 1952-2004', Electronic British Library Journal (2014)
- 'The British Library Slavonic and East European Collections Oral History Interviews', Solanus: International Journal for the Study of the Printed Word in Russia and East-Central Europe, 23 (2013), 194-195 [with C. Thomas and S. de Winter]
- 'The British Museum Library and Romania: the beginnings of a Romanian collection', Actes du Symposium international: Le livre. La Roumanie. L'Europe, 2 vols (Bucarest: Bibliothèque de Bucarest, 2012), II, pp. 277-297.
- Revised and contributed the British Library entries in Cândea, Virgil, Mărturii românes̡ti peste hotare :mică enciclopedie de creat̡ii românes̡ti s̡i de izvoare despre Români în colect̡ii din străinătate (Romanian sources in foreign collections), 3 vols (Bucharest: Biblioteca Bucurestilor, 2011), III, pp. 255-288
- ‘History and Development of the British Library Serbian Collections’, Solanus: International Journal for the Study of the Printed Word in Russia and East-Central Europe, 22 (2011), 171-184
- 'Marko Marulic and the British Library', Colloquia Maruliana, 20 (2011), 197-226
- 'Britanska biblioteka i Srbija: nastanak i razvoj srpske zbirke' ['Foundation and Development of the British Library Serbian Collection'], Glas biblioteke: časopis za bibliotekarstvo, 17 (2010), 27-48
- 'A recently identified seventeenth century Romanian catechism in the British Library', The Valahian Journal of Historical Studies, 13 (2010), 7-10 [with P. Shore].
- Breaking the rules: the printed face of the European avant garde, 1900-1937 (2007-2008; sections on Belgrade and Bucharest).