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Daniel Read is an Hourly Paid Lecturer at Kingston University. His research focuses on the fiction and philosophy of Iris Murdoch. He is currently developing his thesis, ‘The Problem of Evil and the Fiction and Philosophy of Iris Murdoch' (2019), into a monograph. He is an Editor of the Iris Murdoch Review for which he has also contributed essays and reports.
Alongside his research on the writing of Iris Murdoch, he teaches on subjects including professional writing and communication, trauma and justice, Victorian and Modernist literature, and late-Victorian homosexual writers. He was a Research Assistant for the Kingston Research Charity Network project, run by Meg Jensen and Kate Scott, in 2023.
Hourly Paid Lecturer & Part-Time Research Assistant
2022/3 Trauma and Justice (MA): Lecturer/Module Leader
2022/3 Professional Communication (BA): Lecturer
2022/3 Sex and the City (BA): Lecturer
2022/3 Radical Writers (BA): Lecturer
2022/3 Writing that Works (BA): Lecturer
2021/2 Trauma and Justice (MA): Lecturer
2021/2 Transforming Realities (BA): Lecturer
2021/2 Writing that Works (BA): Lecturer
2017/18 Great Books (BA): Lecturer
Interests & Areas of Specialism