Find out more here about the Faculty or School where you will be taught and about some of the key teaching staff for this course.
English literature staff at Kingston include:
Éadaoin teaches Victorian literature, critical theory and travel writing. Her research interests include the literature of adventure and empire, with a particular focus on Irish writing and the literature of Victorian India.
Matthew is the Head of the Department of English and teaches Shakespeare and other Renaissance literature and drama. His research interests include:
Fred teaches literary and cultural theory, Gothic fiction and Romantic and contemporary writing. His research includes work on horror fiction and film, theories of spectrality, and the unconscious.
Brycchan's research interests are literature, empire and slavery in the 18th century. He teaches:
Norma teaches 18th century and Romantic literature, poetry and children's fiction. Her research interest is in cultural authority and the female writer.
Meg's research is on influence and intertextuality among British writers of the 19th and 20th centuries. She teaches:
Jane teaches 19th and 20th century British literature, especially women writers. Her research is on literature and history, especially the legal status of British women in the 19th century.
Patricia teaches 16th- and 17th-century comparative literary and cultural studies, Shakespeare, and gender studies. Her research focuses upon early-modern women writers and artists.
Anne teaches 19th and 20th century literature, academic writing and research skills. Her research centres on the relationship between literature and the visual arts.
Andrew is Head of the School of Humanities. He teaches 20th and 21st century world writing in English, Renaissance studies and folklore. He has conducted research on:
Sara's research focuses on spatiality and identity in contemporary fiction. She teaches:
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