Search results for 'Literature' (5)
Dr Emily Zobel Marshall
Dr. Emily Zobel Marshall specialises in Postcolonial literature, particularly African-American, Caribbean, African and Black British writing.
Professor Susan Watkins
Susan Watkins is Reader in Twentieth-Century Women's Fiction in the School of Cultural Studies and Humanities. She is an expert in twentieth-century and contemporary women's fiction and feminist theory.
Professor Ruth Robbins
Ruth Robbins is Professor of English Literature and head of the School of Cultural Studies and Humanities. Her work has focused on the late-nineteenth and early-twentieth century, on autobiography, on literary theory and on particular writers such as Oscar Wilde and Arnold Bennett.
Dr Rachel Connor
Rachel is a novelist, short story writer and a dramatist for stage and radio. More recently, she has begun to work in the areas of site-specific performance and digital storytelling. She also has an interest in the intersections between fields: between the creative and the critical, and between the disciplines of science, technology and creative writing.
Dr Robert Burroughs
Robert’s research is in nineteenth-century literature and culture. His main specialisms are representations of colonialism, slavery and the slave trade. He also studies writing about travel and writing about the sea.