Quentin's academic research primarily focuses on representations of mental health conditions/personality traits in cultural texts, however he has also written essays on Hitchcockian cinema, trauma comics, nineteenth century literature and even on comedy specials!
Check out some below:
Bold Colour with Detached Narration: Trauma in Riad Sattouf’s The Arab of the Future (2019 essay for "Film and Literature of the Middle East/Africa" Class)
Picture Perfect: Representations of Maladaptive Perfectionism in Children's Picture Books (2020 undergraduate thesis)
The Orphan and Social Identity Formation in Jane Austen's Emma and Emily Brontë's Wuthering Heights (2019 essay award nominee)
Medium Specific Tension in Psycho vs. Blade Runner (2018 essay for "From Page to Screen" Class)
Personality Rhetoric: The Western Bias of the Big Five Personality Model (2021 essay for "Science, Literature and Art" Class)
"All Eyes on Me": Pandemic-Induced Mental Illness and Performance in Bo Burnham's Inside (2022 academic article)