In my doctoral research (diss. published 2013; Aesthetics, Stockholm University) I proposed a theory of mental imagery in the reading of literary narrative. Issues addressed included agency, anticipation, attention and perceptual and motor simulation/enactment as attributed to the actual reader yet prompted by distinct features of narrative and descriptive structure. My post-doctoral projects, too, focus on reading as mental process, embodied experience, and situated practice. I work at the intersections of the humanities and the cognitive and social sciences.