holds a double PhD from Charles University and Université de la Sorbonne Nouvelle, Paris. Apart from lecturing at the DALC, he works as an editor, publisher and translator. His publications include Joyce Against Theory (2010), Hypermedia Joyce (co-edited, 2010), Thresholds: Essays on the International Prague Poetry Scene (edited, 2011) and, most recently, Praharfeast: James Joyce in Prague (co-edited, 2012). His forthcoming publications include Terrain: Essays on the New Poetics (co-edited, 2014) and The Avant-Postman: James Joyce and the Postwar Literary Experiment (2015). He co-edits the VLAK magazine, co-organises the annual Prague Poetry Microfestival, and manages Litteraria Pragensia Books and Equus Press. His research and teaching areas include James Joyce studies, modernism & modernity, 20th century experimental literature, historical & postwar avant-garde, contemporary fiction, and historical & modern literary theory.