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Carol Chillington Rutter, MA, PhD (Michigan) – Professor (on Study Leave 2011-12)
Renaissance theatre and performance, cultural representation, the social, political and economic location of theatre in culture, and the dialogue between performance and culture, both in a play’s original and its subsequent performance. She writes about Shakespeare and his contemporaries on his stage and on ours, and specifically about the representation of women’s roles - as in Clamorous Voices: Shakespeare’s Women Today (1988),and Enter the Body: Women and Representation on Shakespeare’s Stage and Documents of the Rose Playhouse (MUP, 1999), where her work is grounded in the intersecting critical discourses of feminism, cultural materialism, and performance studies. She also writes about film and poetry. Her selection of the poems of Tony Harrison, Tony Harrison: Permanently Bard (Bloodaxe 1995) won the Heinemann Award, 1996.
Stephen Shapiro, MA, PhD (Yale), - Professor
Writing and the culture of the United States, particularly pre-twentieth century; urban and spatial studies; British cultural studies; formations of gender and sexuality; literary theory; world-systems analyses. More broadly, late Enlightenment, 19th, and 20th century narrative. He is currently working on a monograph about the relation of Charles Brockden Brown’s novels to the trans-Atlantic economy of goods, people, and ideas and co-editing a collection of essays on critical approaches to Brown. He has also written on issues of gentrification, moral panics, and drag. Future plans include a survey of Antonio Gramsci’s Prison Notebooks.
Jeremy Treglown, FRSL, MA, BLitt (Oxon), PhD (London) – Professor
(on Study Leave terms 1 and 2)
Current and recent work is linked by a concern with the relations between social history and high culture in the twentieth century, especially the practicalities of authorship and the nature of the ‘literary establishment’, and the impact of the Second World War on fiction. Next book will be an authorized biography of the novelist and critic V.S. Pritchett. Recent projects include Romancing: The Life and Work of Henry Green (Faber, 2000), introductions to all of Green’s novels (Harvill 1991-98), and, with Deborah McVea, Contributors to ‘The Times Literary Supplement’, 1902-74: A Biographical Index, published online as part of the ‘TLS’ Centenary Archive (wwp.tls.psmedia.com, 2000)
Jeremy Treglown was Editor of the TLS from 1981 to 1990. His other books include Roald Dahl: A Biography (Faber & Faber/Farrar, Straus & Giroux, 1994), an edited selection of the essays of Robert Louis Stevenson (Chatto & Windus/Farrar, Straus & Giroux, 1988) and an edition of the letters of John Wilmot, Earl of Rochester (Basil Blackwell/Chicago University Press, 1980).
Rashmi Varma, BA, MA (Delhi), PhD (University of Illinois, Chicago) – Associate Professor (on Study Leave 2011-12)
Dr Rashmi Varma joined the Department of English and Comparative Literary Studies at Warwick in January 2004. She is revising her book manuscript Unhomely Women: the Postcolonial City and it Subjects and co-editing the McGraw Hill Anthology of Women Writing Globally in English. Her most recent publications include: “Provincializing the Global City: from Bombay to Mumbai” (Social Text, winter 2004); “Untimely Letters: Edward Said and the Politics of the Present” (Politics and Culture, January 2004) and “Fictions of Development” (essay in Amitava Kumar ed. World Bank Literature, University of Minnesota Press, 2002). Her essay “On Common Ground?: Critical Race Studies and Feminist Theory” is in The Cambridge Companion to Feminist Theory, ed. Ellen Rooney (2005). Her current research projects include a book on the idea of the primitive in contemporary Indian culture and politics, an essay on the representation of the state in postcolonial literatures, and a co-edited book with Subir Sinha entitled After Subaltern Studies. She teaches courses in postcolonial literatures and theory, and feminist theory.
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