My research for the foreseeable future will be concerned with various projects on the lives and works of Wyndham Lewis and George Orwell. As a result, I’m currently best placed to supervise MA and PhD students in these areas, though I will consider proposals for theses on twentieth-century literature more generally.
Current PhD students include:
- William Bateman, ‘Landscape, Exile, and Form in the Collected Works of D. H. Lawrence’
- Daniel Buckingham, ‘Constructing the Middlebrow Satirist’
- Emily Heathcote, ‘Postmodernist Literature and Postmodernist Editing’
- James Hirst, ‘Modernist Magazines, Editing Networks, and Short Fiction’
Completed PhD students include:
- Hollie Johnson, ‘Ecodystopia: Environmental Apocalypse and the Ecocidal Imagination’
- Emma Zimmerman, ‘Architexture: Space, Form, and the Modernist Novel’
In addition to the above-mentioned students, I’ve acted as the internal examiner for multiple PhD theses at the Universities of Birmingham and Nottingham, and as the external examiner for theses at King’s College, London; the University of Liverpool; Queen’s University, Belfast; and the University of Strathclyde.
Find out more - our PhD English Literature page has information about doctoral research at the University of Birmingham.