Centre for Studies in Literature (CSL)
Twentieth-Century English literature; National Identity Construction; travel writing; trauma writing; memory cultures; Holocaust and post-memory writing.
Narrative fiction; multi-ethnic North American writing; contemporary postcolonial writing; magical realism.
Modern and contemporary British and American literature, philosophy, literary theory and narratology.
Early modern drama, revenge tragedy and contemporary women’s writing.
Nineteenth-century scientific contexts and the interplay in Ruskin's work of materiality, creativity and culture.
Blake - commercial fine art tension - empire concerns; Milton - translation and translatability - theosophy.
Victorian literature and periodical culture; Dickens; detective fiction; literary geographies; conjuring.
Seventeenth-Century Literature and Culture, Early Modern Women's Writing, poetry of the Civil War and Republican periods.
Nineteenth century literature; art and culture; gender, sexuality, and neo-Victorian fiction.
Postcolonialism; women's writing; contemporary historical fiction; the neo-Victorian novel.
Twentieth and twenty-first century women’s writing; women's modernist literature and its influences on recent fiction; early twentieth-century landscape symbolism.
Modernism and British interwar literature and culture; Woolf; modernism and the literary marketplace.