In 'Staff' StaffStaff by research and supervision areas Back to 'English Literature' Dr Andrew Hodgson BA (Hons.), MA, PhD Department of English LiteratureLecturer in Romanticism Contact details Telephone+44 (0)121 414 8264Emaila.firstname.lastname@example.org AddressArts BuildingUniversity of Birmingham Edgbaston Birmingham B15 2TT UK 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. Qualifications BA, MA, PhD (Durham) Biography I came to Birmingham in 2016, having studied and taught at the University of Durham. Teaching In the 2017/18 academic year I am teaching on first year Poetry and second year Romantics and Romanticisms modules, as well as offering a third year option on Byron and Keats. I also teach on the MA in Nineteenth Century Literature and Culture. Postgraduate supervision I welcome enquiries about research supervision related to any of my areas of interest: English Poetry Romantic-period Writing and its Legacies Individualism Lyric Voice Research I am writing a book on individualism in the poetry of the long nineteenth century. Other activities I have organised conferences on the origins and legacies of Romantic writing and thought and on rhyme in English Poetry. I am an Associate Fellow of the Higher Education Academy. Publications Edited volumes Co-editor, with Oliver Clarkson, Romanticism 23.2 [‘Romantic Rhyme’ special number] (forthcoming). Journal articles ‘Gray’s Finish’ (under review). ‘Clare on Wordsworth’, Wordsworth Circle 48.2 (2017): 102-109. ‘Romantic Rhyme and the Airs that Stray’ (co-author, with Oliver Clarkson), Romanticism [‘RomanticRhyme’ special number] 23.2 (2017): 111-122. ‘Larkin Aloud’, Literary Imagination 18.2 (2016): 168-179. ‘Clare’s Lyric Impulse’, Cambridge Quarterly 45.2 (2016): 103-118. ‘Hopkins’s Heart’, Victorian Poetry 54.1 (2016): 93-117. ‘Clare on the Wane’, English 64.247 (2015): 296-311. ‘An Allusion to Robert Southwell in John Clare’s “The Flitting”?’, Notes & Queries 62.3 (2015): 410-412. ‘Form and Feeling in John Clare’s Sonnets’, John Clare Society Journal 31 (2012): 51-66. Reviews Andrew Kötting, By Our Selves (Arts Council England), Romanticism (forthcoming). Frances Wilson, Guilty Thing: A Life of Thomas De Quincey (Bloomsbury), The London Magazine (May 2016). Grzegorz Kosc, Robert Frost’s Political Body (Camden House, 2014), Journal of American Studies 50.2 (2016): E23 (online). Stephanie Kuduk Weiner, Clare’s Lyric (Oxford UP, 2014), BARS Bulletin 46 (2015). John Goodridge, John Clare and Community (Cambridge UP, 2013), Romanticism 21.3 (2015): 317-319.