Academic staff

Our research in the Department of English Literature spans the full range of the subject, from Anglo-Saxon and Middle English to the Contemporary and the Post-Colonial.

To enhance individual research and foster collaboration, we organise our work across five broad periods, with many colleagues contributing to the work of several of these groups. Each group has its own particular interests and specialisms within its period. 

Full list of Academic Staff in English Literature

Dr Hugh Adlington

Senior Lecturer

My research interests are primarily in the area of early modern literature (1500-1800), particularly religious poetry and prose, the works of John Donne, John Milton and Thomas Browne, the history of the book, and textual editing. Selected works-in-progress include a monograph on John Donne's library and reading, and a scholarly edition of John Donne's sermons. I enjoy teaching widely across our ...

Telephone
+44 (0)121 414 5672
Email
h.c.adlington@bham.ac.uk

Dr Peter Auger

Dr Peter Auger

Lecturer in Early Modern Literature

My research concerns early modern and comparative literature, especially poetry. I study sixteenth- and seventeenth-century English literature in relation to its Scottish and French counterparts, emphasizing regional and transnational dynamics in literary activities across all three nations. As founder of the Early Modern Boundaries project, I am an advocate for international ...

Email
p.auger@bham.ac.uk

Dr Maureen Bell

Dr Maureen Bell

Honorary Reader in English Literature

Now retired from the University, I continue to contribute to the University’s research profile as Director of the British Book Trade Index and through my continuing research and publications.

Email
m.bell@bham.ac.uk

Dr Hannah Boast

Dr Hannah Boast

Teaching Fellow in Contemporary and Postcolonial Literature

I teach and research contemporary and postcolonial literature. I am particularly interested in literary and cultural engagements with water, environment and resource politics. My research focuses on Israel, Palestine and the Arab world.

Telephone
+44 (0)121 414 4220
Email
h.boast@bham.ac.uk

Dr Angus Connell Brown

Dr Angus Connell Brown

Leverhulme Early Career Research Fellow

My research explores the history of reading in the long twentieth century. I am primarily interested in the intersections between critical, material, and literary culture.

Email
a.c.brown@bham.ac.uk

Dr Emily Buffey

Teaching Fellow in Early Modern Literature

I teach across all periods of English Literature, from the medieval to the modern, though my research focuses primarily on literature of the sixteenth and early-seventeenth centuries. I am particularly interested in ‘non-canonical’ texts and their authors, as well as genre, reception, translation, print culture and literary practices, and in tracing early modern literary networks and ...

Email
e.buffey@bham.ac.uk

Dr Dorothy Butchard

Dr Dorothy Butchard

Lecturer in Contemporary Literature & Digital Cultures

I teach and research contemporary and twentieth century literature, with particular interest in digital cultures and creative representations of technological change in the modern age.

Email
d.butchard@bham.ac.uk

Dr Megan Cavell

Dr Megan Cavell

Birmingham Fellow

I work on a wide range of topics in medieval studies, from Old and early Middle English and Latin languages and literature to gender, material culture, monstrosity, and animal studies/ecocriticism. My current research project focuses on predators and inter-species conflict in pre- and post-Conquest England.

Email
m.c.cavell@bham.ac.uk

Dr Jennie Challinor

Dr Jennie Challinor

Teaching Associate

My research and teaching focuses on the early modern period. I recently completed my PhD and will be teaching on a range of undergraduate courses this year.

Email
j.r.challinor@bham.ac.uk

Dr Rona Cran

Dr Rona Cran

Lecturer in Twentieth-Century American Literature
Co-Director of American and Canadian Studies Centre

My teaching and research focusses on the literature and culture of twentieth-century North America, with a particular emphasis on collage, networks of influence, and the poetry and art of New York City.

Telephone
+44 (0)121 414 8424
Email
r.cran@bham.ac.uk

Dr Louise Curran

Dr Louise Curran

Lecturer in Romanticism and Eighteenth-Century English Literature

I research eighteenth- and nineteenth-century English literature, especially letter-writing and literary celebrity, the novel, and the links between material forms and textual meanings.

Telephone
+44 (0)121 414 8697
Email
l.curran@bham.ac.uk

Dr Diletta De Cristofaro

Dr Diletta De Cristofaro

Teaching Fellow in English Literature

I teach and research twenty-first and twentieth-century North American and British fiction. My main research interest is the nexus of narrative and time, with a particular focus on the contemporary post-apocalyptic novel.

Email
d.decristofaro@bham.ac.uk

Dr Eleanor Dobson

Dr Eleanor Dobson

Lecturer in Nineteenth Century Literature

My current work focuses on the reception of ancient Egypt in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries. More broadly, I am interested in the materiality and history of the book, as well as notions of the supernatural and the occult, particularly as these ideas operate at the edges of a range of scientific discourses. I teach literature from the late eighteenth century to the present, with particular ...

Email
e.c.dobson@bham.ac.uk

Professor Steve Ellis

Professor Steve Ellis

Professor of English Literature

I have published many volumes of literary criticism on a wide range of authors, including Dante, Chaucer, T. S. Eliot and Virginia Woolf, plus three collections of poetry and a verse translation of Dante’s Inferno, as part of an ongoing translation of the complete Divine Comedy. My latest monograph is British Writers and the Approach of World War II (Cambridge University ...

Telephone
+44 (0)121 414 5689
Email
s.p.ellis@bham.ac.uk

Dr John Fagg

Lecturer

I took my BA in English and Philosophy at the University of Leeds, and my MA and PhD in American Studies at the University of Nottingham, where I then held a Leverhulme Postdoctoral Research Fellowship followed by a Lectureship in American Literature.

My research focuses on American literature and visual art in the decades around 1900 and explores the ways in which cultural forms adapted to the ...

Telephone
+44 (0)121 4147812
Email
j.m.fagg@bham.ac.uk

Dr Rex Ferguson

Dr Rex Ferguson

Senior Lecturer in Modern Literature

I joined the University of Birmingham in 2011 as a lecturer in Modern Literature, having previously taught and studied at the Universities of Glasgow and Edinburgh. My research focuses on the intersection between literature, law and philosophy from the early twentieth century onwards.

Telephone
+44 (0)121 414 4996
Email
r.ferguson@bham.ac.uk

Dr Victoria Flood

Lecturer in Medieval and Early Modern Literature

I am a lecturer in Medieval and Early Modern Literature. My work focuses on the relationship between text, territory, and regional and national political identities, and I am currently working on a project on the transmission of fairy narratives between England and Wales from the high to late Middle Ages.

Email
v.flood@bham.ac.uk

Dr Danielle Fuller

Dr Danielle Fuller

Reader in Canadian Studies and Cultures of Reading
PI, Death Before Birth project (ESRC, 2016-2018)

My main research areas are: contemporary Canadian writing, particularly Atlantic Canadian literary culture; the politics of cultural production in Canada, and reading communities in present-day North America and the UK. I am also committed to interdisciplinary research methods that combine empirical and textual strategies.

Telephone
+44 (0)121 414 6611
Email
d.fuller@bham.ac.uk

Professor Andrzej Gasiorek

Professor Andrzej Gasiorek

Professor of Twentieth Century Literature
Head of School of English, Drama and American & Canadian Studies

I have been teaching at the University of Birmingham since 1993. Prior to that I worked for three years at the University of East Anglia. I did my doctoral work in Canada at McGill University, where I held a Commonwealth Scholarship for five years and wrote a PhD on post-1945 British fiction. I took a BA in English (in the School of Cultural and Community Studies) at Sussex University, where I ...

Telephone
+44 (0)121 414 5693
Email
a.b.p.gasiorek@bham.ac.uk

Dr Matthew Geary

Dr Matthew Geary

Teaching Fellow in Twentieth-Century Literature

I teach across periods and genres of literature with specialism in Twentieth-Century literature (esp. Modernism, T. S. Eliot). My research interests focus on modernist literature and culture, psychoanalysis (across all schools), feminist philosophy, maternal studies, masculinities, and critical theory.

Email
gearymky@bham.ac.uk

Dr David Griffith

Dr David Griffith

Senior Lecturer in English Medieval Studies

My primary area of research is the later medieval period into the early sixteenth century.  I work on medieval epigraphy, vernacularity, memorialisation, antiquarianism, and relations between textual and visual cultures, with a particular focus upon in the parish church.  I also have interests in writings of and about the First World War, especially prose writers of the 1910s and 20s ...

Telephone
+44 (0)121 414 3251
Email
d.m.griffith@bham.ac.uk

Dr Nicholas Hardy

Dr Nicholas Hardy

Birmingham Fellow

My primary interests are in sixteenth and seventeenth century literary and intellectual history, especially Renaissance humanism, the reception of classical antiquity, neo-Latin literature, and religious writing. I recently published a monograph about the relationship between classical humanism, biblical criticism and confessional identity in seventeenth-century Europe, and am now preparing a ...

Email
n.j.s.hardy@bham.ac.uk

Professor Alexandra Harris

Professor Alexandra Harris

Birmingham Professorial Fellow

I enjoy thinking and writing about British art and literature of all periods, especially in relation to landscape, locality and the presence of the past. I am the author of ‘Romantic Moderns’ and ‘Weatherland: Writers and Artists under English Skies’, and my current projects include work on Virginia Woolf; seasonal ceremony and the marking of time; antiquarianism and local ...

Email
a.harris.2@bham.ac.uk

Dr Matt Hayler

Dr Matt Hayler

Lecturer in Post-1945 Literature

I’m a lecturer in post-1945 Literature in the Department of English Literature. My research interests focus on e-reading, materially experimental writing, digital humanities, critical theory, technology, and embodiment. I’m particularly interested in how the materiality of our artefacts impacts upon our culture, daily practice, and cognition. My most recent research has been into the ...

Telephone
(+44) 7875426196
Email
m.s.hayler@bham.ac.uk

Dr Oliver Herford

Dr Oliver Herford

Birmingham Fellow

I work on British and American literature of the long nineteenth century, with a special focus on the late writings of Henry James. I am interested in the place of style in literary non-fiction, the practice of editing, and the relations between personal correspondence and other types of life-writing (autobiography, biography, and memoir). I teach widely across eighteenth-, nineteenth- and ...

Telephone
+44 (0)121 414 5584
Email
o.herford@bham.ac.uk

Dr Andrew Hodgson

Dr Andrew Hodgson

Lecturer in Romanticism

I am interested in questions of voice, influence, and achievement in English poetry and in particular the poetry of the Romantic period. I teach across the spectrum of English literature - especially from the eighteenth-century onward.

Telephone
+44 (0)121 414 8264
Email
a.hodgson@bham.ac.uk

Professor John Holmes

Professor John Holmes

Professor of Victorian Literature and Culture

I joined the department in 2015 as Professor of Victorian Literature and Culture. My research focuses on the relationship between scientific ideas and cultural forms in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries, including poetry, architecture and the visual arts. More widely, I work on and teach a wide range of nineteenth-century literature, with interests in poetry and poetic form, especially the ...

Telephone
+44 (0)121 414 5989
Email
j.holmes.1@bham.ac.uk

Professor David James

Professor David James

Professorial Research Fellow

My research and teaching areas span modernist literature and contemporary writing, with a particular focus on the history and theory of the novel. Recently I’ve been working on the political, ethical, and affective work of form in postmillennial fiction and life-writing. I also have ongoing interests in the development of reading methods and in the social efficacy of criticism. 

Email
d.james.1@bham.ac.uk

Dr Holly James-Maddocks

Dr Holly James-Maddocks

Leverhulme Early Career Fellow

I am a book historian with a special interest in the illuminated manuscripts of works by Geoffrey Chaucer, Thomas Hoccleve, John Gower and John Lydgate. I analyse the production and dissemination of major Middle English poetic texts in order to better understand their place within the rich variety of late medieval and early Tudor textual culture.

Email
h.james-maddocks@bham.ac.uk

Dr Toria Johnson

Dr Toria Johnson

Teaching Fellow in Early Modern Literature and Romanticism

I teach across the late medieval, early modern, Restoration and Romantic periods. My specific research interests are in Elizabethan and Jacobean drama and the history of emotions.

Telephone
+44 (0)121 415 8689
Email
t.johnson@bham.ac.uk

Dr Tom Lockwood

Dr Tom Lockwood

Reader in English Literature
Director of Education, College of Arts and Law

My teaching and my research interests move across the early modern and into the Romantic periods, with a particular focus on the way in which later writers respond to, adapt and receive earlier writers. My current projects include research on Charles Lamb's reading of early modern drama for a new OUP edition of his Complete Works, responses to Ben Jonson in the Restoration and Romantic periods, ...

Telephone
0121 414 5679
Email
t.e.lockwood@bham.ac.uk

Dr Deborah Longworth

Dr Deborah Longworth

Senior Lecturer
Head of English Literature

I joined the University of Birmingham in 1998, having received my Ph.D. from Birkbeck College, University of London, with a thesis on women, the city and the concept of the flâneusein nineteenth and twentieth-century English and American literature. Previously I studied at the University of Reading, where I took a BA in English Literature & Philosophy, and the MA Literature and the ...

Telephone
+44 (0)121 414 7248
Email
d.l.longworth@bham.ac.uk

Dr Sarah Macmillan

Dr Sarah Macmillan

Teaching Fellow in Medieval Literature

My research interests are in the religious literature and culture of late-medieval England and deal in particular with issues of gender and identity. I also teach widely in medieval and early modern literature.

Telephone
+44 (0)121 414 4028
Email
s.m.macmillan@bham.ac.uk

Dr Anne McDermott

Dr Anne McDermott

Reader in English Literature

I teach across all periods of literature, especially the early modern period and eighteenth century. As a researcher, I work on language and lexicography in the eighteenth century, particularly Johnson’s Dictionary. I also work on eighteenth-century women’s writing and offer a final-year option on this. I am currently working on Pope’s Rape of the Lock.

Telephone
+44 (0)121 414 3936

Dr Rebecca N Mitchell

Dr Rebecca N Mitchell

Senior Lecturer in Victorian Literature and Culture

My scholarship focuses on Victorian literature and culture broadly defined, and I’m especially intrigued by the study and depiction of the creative process, the self/other relationship, and the textual/visual interface; these interests also drive my work in textual editing. I teach across the long nineteenth century.

Telephone
+44 (0)121 414 2635
Email
r.n.mitchell@bham.ac.uk

Dr Sebastian Mitchell

Dr Sebastian Mitchell

Senior Lecturer in English Literature

I’m a Senior Lecturer in English Literature in EDACS. I teach modules across a range of periods; and my main research interests are literature and painting in the Eighteenth Century and the Romantic Period, and utopian writing.

Telephone
+44 (0)121 414 4943
Email
j.h.s.mitchell@bham.ac.uk

Dr Daniel Moore

Dr Daniel Moore

Lecturer in Modern and Contemporary Literature

I lecture and research on 19th and 20th century British and American literature and visual culture. I am the director of the Centre for the Study of Cultural Modernity, and I am also the Admissions Tutor for English Literature.

Telephone
+44 (0)121 414 5660
Email
d.t.moore@bham.ac.uk

Professor Peter Morey

Professor Peter Morey

Chair in 20th Century English Literature

I work on 20th century, contemporary and postcolonial literary studies, with particular reference to issues of cultural difference, narrative and power. I am the author and/or editor of numerous books,  including Fictions of India: Narrative and Power (2000); Rohinton Mistry (2004); Framing Muslims: Stereotyping and Representation after 9/11 (2011), and Islamophobia and the Novel ...

Telephone
+44 (0)121 414 5689
Email
p.morey@bham.ac.uk

Dr Chris Mourant

Dr Chris Mourant

Teaching Fellow in Twentieth-Century English Literature
Director of the Centre for Modernist Cultures

I work on late nineteenth and early twentieth-century literature, with particular focus on the textual histories of British modernism. My research traces networks of influence across magazines, periodicals, and publishing coteries, and I am especially interested in the history of women’s writing, travel/colonial writing, and the development of the modern short story.

Telephone
+44 (0)121 415 8682
Email
c.mourant@bham.ac.uk

Dr Jimmy Packham

Dr Jimmy Packham

Lecturer in North American Literature

I work on the representation of voice and the failure of language in nineteenth-century American Gothic literature, and on the literature of the sea and the presentation of subjectivity and oceanic depths in a variety of textual forms: novels, poetry, shipboard diaries, and logbooks. I teach widely across the discipline, primarily nineteenth- and twentieth-century literature.

Email
j.packham@bham.ac.uk

Dr Elizabeth Parker

Dr Elizabeth Parker

Teaching Fellow in Contemporary and Popular Literature

I teach across contemporary and popular literature and popular culture. My main area of research is the ecoGothic and my particular interest is in the forest as an archetypal Gothic space in the Western cultural imagination.

Email
e.parker@bham.ac.uk

Dr Vidyan Ravinthiran

Dr Vidyan Ravinthiran

Lecturer in North American Literature

Ranging from the Long Eighteenth Century to the present day, I have a strong interest in the formal qualities of both verse and prose, and how they relate to history and thought. My next project is transatlantic and concerns ‘spontaneity and form’ in nineteenth and twentieth-century English and American prose. I am also interested in the Indian poet Arun Kolatkar, and am co-editor of ...

Email
v.ravinthiran@bham.ac.uk

Dr Asha Rogers

Dr Asha Rogers

Lecturer in Contemporary Postcolonial Literature

I arrived at Birmingham in 2016 and teach postcolonial literatures in English. I have research interests in postcolonial studies, the modern state and its interfaces with literary culture, the Cold War and decolonisation, the study of cultural institutions, and book history/print culture studies.

Telephone
+44 (0)121 414 7946
Email
a.rogers.1@bham.ac.uk

Dr Kate Rumbold

Dr Kate Rumbold

Senior Lecturer

I’m a Senior Lecturer in English Literature, and I teach across all periods of literature, especially the early modern period and eighteenth century. As a researcher, I’m interested the way Shakespeare is quoted and valued in literature and culture, from his own lifetime to the twenty-first century.  

Telephone
+44 (0)121 414 8054
Email
k.l.rumbold@bham.ac.uk

Professor Valerie Rumbold

Professor Valerie Rumbold

Chair in English Literature

My main enthusiasm is for eighteenth-century poetry and satire, particularly the work of Alexander Pope and Jonathan Swift, and I have a special interest in textual editing, having produced, over the last few years, editions of Pope’s Dunciad and of hoaxes and parodies by Swift.

Telephone
+44 (0)121 414 5692
Email
v.rumbold@bham.ac.uk

Professor Wendy Scase

Professor Wendy Scase

Geoffrey Shepherd Professor of Medieval English Literature

I am a specialist in medieval English language and literature with strong manuscripts, archival, and interdisciplinary experience. My work addresses questions that trouble the conventional boundaries between literary and other discourses, and is informed by the belief that medieval textual research can contribute to cultural history and enrich theory and practice in English studies.

Telephone
+44 (0)121 414 6207
Email
w.l.scase@bham.ac.uk

Dr Philippa Semper

Dr Philippa Semper

Lecturer in English

My work centres on Old English language and literature and the interaction between text and image in Anglo-Saxon manuscripts; I also write about and teach modern fantasy literature and its relationships with medieval texts.

Telephone
+44 (0)121 414 5684
Email
p.semper@bham.ac.uk

Dr Fariha Shaikh

Dr Fariha Shaikh

Lecturer in Victorian Literature

I joined the department in September 2017 as Lecturer of Victorian Literature. My research focusses on the relationships in the nineteenth century between genre, form and globalisation. In particular, I’m interested in the mobility and materiality of literature in the context of nineteenth-century settler colonialism. I work and teach across the breadth of the nineteenth and twentieth ...

Telephone
0121 414 6038
Email
f.n.shaikh@bham.ac.uk

Dr Will Sharpe

Dr Will Sharpe

Teaching Fellow in Shakespeare

My teaching and research interests focus on the early modern period, and Shakespeare in particular, chiefly, in my research, on the textual editing and collaborative authorship of Shakespeare’s plays.

Telephone
+44 (0)121 414 3731
Email
w.sharpe@bham.ac.uk

Dr Will Smith

Dr Will Smith

Visiting Lecturer in Canadian Studies

I took my BA in English and American Studies at the University of Nottingham with a year spent at the University of Toronto. I then completed an MRes and a PhD in Canadian Literature at the University of Nottingham. I have since held teaching positions at the University of Nottingham, Lancaster University and the University of Birmingham.

Email
w.smith.1@bham.ac.uk

Dr Rachel Sykes

Dr Rachel Sykes

Lecturer in Contemporary American Literature

I joined the University of Birmingham in 2016 as a lecturer in Contemporary American Literature. My research focuses on the American novel, quietness, memoir, gender, and digital cultures. I am currently writing a cultural and literary history of quiet in the American tradition.

Telephone
+44 (0)1214 158612
Email
r.sykes@bham.ac.uk

Dr Will Tattersdill

Dr Will Tattersdill

Lecturer in Victorian Literature

I’m interested in the relationship between literature and science, especially as it is figured in popular culture from the nineteenth-century to the present. My current work is on the social history of dinosaurs over this period.

Telephone
+44 (0)121 414 3219
Email
w.j.tattersdill@bham.ac.uk

Dr Nathan Waddell

Dr Nathan Waddell

Senior Lecturer in Early Twentieth-Century and Modernist Literature

I’m a Senior Lecturer in Birmingham’s Department of English Literature, where I've worked since October 2017. Between 2012 and 2017 I worked in the School of English at the University of Nottingham. My research focuses on literary modernism (especially the life, work, and controversies of the painter and writer Wyndham Lewis, 1882-1957) and on musico-literary relations.

Email
n.j.waddell@bham.ac.uk

Dr Joseph Wallace

Dr Joseph Wallace

Birmingham Fellow

I work on the literature and culture of sixteenth and seventeenth century England. My critical interests include the reception of classical culture, early modern religious conflict, the history of ideas, and early modern political theory.

Telephone
+44 (0)121 414 5699
Email
j.wallace@bham.ac.uk

Dr Matthew Ward

Dr Matthew Ward

Lecturer in Nineteenth-Century Literature

My work focuses on British Romanticism, and the literature and intellectual history of the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries. Within these parameters I’m especially interested in William Wordsworth, Lord Byron, and Percy Shelley, poetry and poetics, periodization, literary inheritance, theories of humour, the history of emotions, sounds in literature and modes of listening, and ecology ...

Email
m.ward.1@bham.ac.uk

Dr Emma West

Dr Emma West

British Academy Postdoctoral Fellow

My research examines the relationship between high modernism and popular culture in early- and mid-twentieth century Britain. My postdoctoral project, Revolutionary Red Tape: How state bureaucracy shaped British modernism examines how public servants and official committees helped to commission, disseminate and popularise British modernist art, design, architecture and literature.

Email
e.west@bham.ac.uk

Dr Hazel Wilkinson

Dr Hazel Wilkinson

Birmingham Fellow

I research the literary culture of the long eighteenth century, and my specialisms include eighteenth-century publications of renaissance poetry and drama, digital humanities, and the poetry of Alexander Pope. 

Email
h.j.wilkinson@bham.ac.uk

Dr Emily Wingfield

Dr Emily Wingfield

Lecturer

I’m a Lecturer in English Literature. I teach pre-1800 literature, with a particular focus on the Medieval and Renaissance periods. As a researcher, I work on medieval Scottish literature. I am particularly interested in romance, manuscript study, and book history.

Telephone
+44 (0)121 4144028
Email
e.l.wingfield@bham.ac.uk

Dr Sara K Wood

Lecturer in American Literature and Culture

I am a lecturer in American Literature and Culture. My research focuses on twentieth-century African American literature and visual art, with a particular emphasis on the relationship between political and aesthetic ideas of freedom.

Telephone
+44 (0)121 414 5681
Email
s.k.wood@bham.ac.uk

Dr Gillian Wright

Dr Gillian Wright

Reader in English and Irish Literature

I am a Reader in English and Irish Literature. My research and teaching focus on literature from the early modern period, and in particular on poetry, women’s writing, and book history and editing. I am a General Editor on the new AHRC-funded Cambridge edition of The Works of Aphra Behn, for which I am editing Behn’s poetry. I also teach contemporary Irish fiction. 

Telephone
+44 (0)121 414 5671
Email
g.wright@bham.ac.uk

Dr Jarad Zimbler

Lecturer in Modern English Literature

I am a Lecturer in Modern English literature. I teach across the 19th, 20th and 21st centuries, with a focus on colonial and postcolonial literatures and an interest in critical theory, linguistics and narratology.

Telephone
+44 (0)121 414 6206
Email
j.j.zimbler@bham.ac.uk

Dr Emma Zimmerman

Dr Emma Zimmerman

Teaching Fellow in Twentieth Century and Contemporary Literature

I teach and research twentieth-century and contemporary literature. I have longstanding interests in literary representations of space and place, with particular emphasis on the connections between the built environment and modernist literary forms. My current research project is concerned with the literary and cultural history of bathroom and toilet spaces from the late nineteenth century to the ...

Email
e.zimmerman@bham.ac.uk