Danielle Sands studied in Durham and Edinburgh before moving to London to complete her PhD, entitled '"Post-writing": God and Textuality in Derrida’s Later Work', and awarded in 2012.
Danielle’s work is interdisciplinary and she is interested in the relationships between Philosophy, Literature and Theory, as well as in the so-called 'religious turn' in Continental Philosophy and in philosophical representations of non-human animal life. Her work has been published in Textual Practice, Parrhesia, The Journal of Theoretical and Philosophical Psychology, Philosophy in Review and The Encyclopedia of Literary and Cultural Theory. She has a review forthcoming in the THE and has contributed a chapter to the volume The Animal Catalyst: Towards Ahuman Theory.
Since she received her PhD, Danielle has worked at Birkbeck College and Queen Mary, where she currently teaches Critical Aesthetics and Feminism(s).