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Elizabeth Clarke, BA (King’s College), DPhil (Oxon) – Professor
Seventeenth-century religious poetry, spirituality and religious writing, particularly by nonconformists and women, Women’s manuscript writing. She leads the Perdita Project for early modern women’s manuscript compilations. (An anthology of verse from women’s manuscripts by the Perdita team is coming out next year with Ashgate). She is the author of Theory and Theology in George Herbert’s Poetry (Clarendon Press, 1997) and co-edited ‘This Double Voice’: gendered writing in early modern England (Macmillan, 2000), ‘Re-writing the Bride’: politics, authorship and the Song of Songs in seventeenth century England (forthcoming with Macmillan)
Thomas Docherty, MA Glasgow, DPhil (Oxon) – Professor
Thomas Docherty has published on most areas of English and comparative literature from the Renaissance to present day. He specialises in the philosophy of literary criticism, in critical theory, and in cultural history in relation primarily to European philosophy and literatures. Books include Reading (Absent) Character; John Donne Undone; On Modern Authority; Postmodernism; After Theory; Alterities; Criticism and Modernity; Aesthetic Democracy. He is currently engaged in research for a book on ‘the literate and humane university’ and a book on modern Irish writing. Docherty supervises work on all aspects of critical theory, and has a particular interest in taking on doctoral projects involving contemporary French and Italian philosophy or Enlightenment studies. Other areas of interest include: European cinema, Scottish literature and culture, Irish literature, modernism and modernity, Beckett, Proust.
Will Eaves (BA Hons, ) – Assistant Professor
Will Eaves (BA Hons) is a novelist, poet, journalist and musician. From 1995 until 2011 he was the Arts Editor of the Times Literary Supplement. His novels The Oversight (2001, shortlisted for the Whitbread First Novel Award), Nothing To Be Afraid Of (2005, shortlisted for the Society of Authors’ Encore Prize) and This Is Paradise (February, 2012) are published by Picador. His poetry (Sound Houses, 2011) is published by Carcanet. His literary interests include Macbeth, The Tempest, the works of Jane Austen, the poetry of Elizabeth Bishop, the early novels of William Golding; Shirley Jackson; the postwar comedy (from Spark to Bainbridge), shape, style and form in lyric poetry, dialogue, the development of the internal critic.
John Fletcher, BA (Melbourne), BPhil (Oxon) – Associate Professor
Three main areas: eighteenth- and nineteenth-century Gothic and related writing; the formation of modern gay and lesbian cultural identities, sub-cultures and writings; psychoanalytic theory, especially the work of Jean Laplanche.
He has edited volumes on film melodrama (Melodrama and Transgression, in Screen 1987), Julia Kristeva (Abjection, Melancholia and Love, 1990) and Jean Laplanche (Jean Laplanche: a Dossier, 1992), and a collection of Laplanche’s metapsychological papers, Essays on Otherness (1999). He is finishing a book on the psychoanalytic theory of fantasy and its implications for reading literary and film texts: Reading Fantasy: Primal Scenes in Literature, Film and Psychoanalysis. He is also incubating a book on Modernity and the Gothic, the haunting of the culture of modernity by the ineradicable hold of tradition and inheritance.
Ross G. Forman, AB (Harvard), MA, PhD (Stanford)
Anglophone nineteenth-century and contemporary literatures and cultures; Brazilian literature and culture; imperialism and sexuality in the long nineteenth century; foodways in nineteenth-century literature and culture. His monograph China and the Victorian Imagination is forthcoming with Cambridge University Press. Recent publications include “Queering Sensation” for the Blackwell Companion to Sensation Fiction (2011) and “Nineteenth-Century Beefs: British Types and the Brazilian Stage” (Nineteenth-century Contexts, 2010). He is currently working on a monograph on how the Victorians understood Asian cultures—food, art, monuments, etc.—through imperial exhibitions, cookbooks, early film, and other forms of display and representation
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