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British and Irish Literature

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As a key part of Western literary and cultural history, British and Irish literature encompasses a massive range of periods, authors, and works that make it one of the most active fields in academia today. As such, this area of study invites trans-disciplinary collaboration with fields as varied as history, cultural studies, political science, and philosophy making it challenging for students and scholars to stay informed about every applicable area. In addition, a great deal of this work has moved online with the most recent scholarship, research, and statistics appearing in online databases. With advances in online searching and database technologies, researchers and practitioners can easily access library catalogs, bibliographic indexes, and other lists that show thousands of resources that might also be useful to them. In this situation what is most needed is expert guidance. Researchers and practitioners at all levels need tools that help them filter through the proliferation of information sources to material that is reliable and directly relevant to their inquiries. Oxford Bibliographies in British and Irish Literature will offer a trustworthy pathway through the thicket of information overload.

 

Editor in Chief

Andrew Hadfield is a professor of English at the University of Sussex. He is the author of Shakespeare and Republicanism (Cambridge University Press, 2005; 2008), co-editor of Early Modern English Poetry (Oxford University Press, 2006), and editor of The Cambridge Companion to Spenser (Cambridge University Press, 2001), among other publications. He is the author of the recently published biography by Edmund Spenser: A Life (Oxford University Press, 2012). He is also editing The Oxford Handbook of English Prose, 1500-1640.

 


STANDING EDITORIAL BOARD

Norwegian University of Science and Technology
Trinity College Dublin
Stanford University
Aberystwyth University

FOUNDING EDITORIAL BOARD

Pennsylvania State University
Aberystwyth University
University College, Dublin
Swansea University
Norwegian University of Science and Technology
University of Victoria
University of Glasgow
University of Surrey
Queen Mary, University of London

ARTICLES AND CONTRIBUTORS

* = recently published

Clair Wills
Queen Mary University of London
Tom Jones
University of St. Andrews
Rhona Brown
University of Glasgow
Andrew Carpenter
University College Dublin
Stephen Knight
University of Melbourne
Margaretta Jolly
University of Sussex
Cyndia Susan Clegg
Pepperdine University
Felicity James
University of Leicester
Melisa Klimaszewski
Drake University
Bridget Keegan
Creighton University
M. L. Stapleton
Indiana University
Markman Ellis
Queen Mary University of London
Thomas R. Dilworth
University of Windsor
John Goodby
Swansea University
Andrew Hadfield
University of Sussex
Andrew Hadfield
University of Sussex
Margery Palmer McCulloch
Glasgow University
Margaret Kelleher
University College Dublin
Peter Sabor
McGill University
Hilary Havens
McGill University
Chauncey Wood
McMaster University
Michael Hattaway
University of Sheffield
Thomas Keymer
University of Toronto
Margery Palmer McCulloch
Glasgow University
Peter Childs
Newman University Birmingham
Lauren Arrington
University of Liverpool
Gillian Hughes
University of Edinburgh
Dafydd Moore
Plymouth University
Katherine Halsey
University of Stirling
Hugh Adlington
University of Birmingham
Emrys Jones
University of Greenwich
Siân Echard
University of British Columbia
Rachel Falconer
Université de Lausanne
Philip Lindholm
Université de Lausanne
Luke Wilson
The Ohio State University
Christopher Tilmouth
University of Cambridge
Mark Larabee
U.S. Naval Academy
Paul Goring
Norwegian University of Science and Technology
Mary-Ann Constantine
University of Wales
Tom Mole
McGill University
Catherine McKenna
Harvard University
Diane Watt
University of Surrey
Margaret P. Hannay
Sienna College
Aisling Byrne
Merton College, University of Oxford
Sara Trevisan
Brunel University
Suzanne Hobson
Queen Mary University of London
Denis Renevey
University of Lausanne
Eva Urban
University of Cambridge
Elaine Treharne
Florida State University
José María Pérez Fernández
Universidad de Granada
Tim Woods
Aberystwyth University
Eva Urban
University of Cambridge
David Punter
University of Bristol
Damian Walford Davies
Aberystwyth University
Stephen Knight
University of Melbourne
Tim Fulford
De Montfort University
Luke Thurston
Aberystwyth University
Jack Lynch
Rutgers University
Thomas Keymer
University of Toronto
Eugene O’Brien
University of Limerick, Mary Immaculate College
Thomas Hahn
University of Rochester
Leah Haught
University of Rochester
Carlo Bajetta
Università della Valle d'Aosta
John Roe
York University
Ainsley McIntosh
University of Aberdeen
Kevin Killeen
York University
Siv Gøril Brandtzæg
Robert Appelbaum
Murray Pittock
University of Glasgow
Daniel Cook
University of Dundee
Julian North
University of Leicester
Adam Rounce
Manchester Metropolitan University
Aileen Douglas
Trinity College Dublin
Cathy Shrank
The University of Sheffield
Steve Mentz
St John's University
Erin M. Gallagher
St. John's University
Dale Townshend
University of Stirling
Lauren Arrington
University of Liverpool
Ainsley McIntosh
University of Aberdeen
Jason Whittaker
University College Falmouth
Paul Baines
University of Liverpool
David Latham
York University
Andrew Hadfield
University of Sussex
Amy Kenny
University of Sussex
Simon Bainbridge
Lancaster University
Marguérite Corporaal
Radboud Universiteit Nijmegen

FORTHCOMING ARTICLES

Angela Carter
Nicoletta Caputo
University of Pisa
Anne Brontë
Christine Alexander
The University of New South Wales
B. S. Johnson
Julia Jordan
University College London
Ben Jonson
Martin Butler
University of Leeds
Beowulf
Andy Orchard
University of Toronto
Censorship and English and Irish Literature
Cyndia Clegg
Pepperdine Unversity
Contemporary British Novel
Julia Jordan
University College London
Contemporary Irish Novel
Liam Harte
University of Manchester
Dictionaries
Jack Lynch
Rutgers University
Dracula
Jarlath Killeen
Trinity College Dublin
Dunbar, Henryson and Douglas
Antony Hasler
Saint Louis University
E.M. Forster
Vybarr Cregan-Reid
University of Kent
Eco-Criticism
Richard Pickard
University of Victoria
Eighteenth-Century Novel
Richard Terry
Northumbria University
Elizabeth Bowen
Eibhear Walshe
UCC
Ford Madox Ford
Mark D. Larabee
U.S. Naval Academy
George Bernard Shaw
Brad Kent
George Eliot
Fionnuala Dillane
George Gascoigne
Gillian Austen
University of Bristol
Gothic Literature
Robert Miles
University of Victoria
Harold Pinter
Fernando Cioni
Imagism
Andrew Thacker
Irish Short Story
Heather Ingman
Jacobean Literature
Duncan Salkeld
University of Chichester
James Joyce
Anne Fogarty
University College Dublin
James Thomson
Sandro Jung
Universiteit Gent
John Fletcher
Lucy Munro
King's College London
John Lyly
Chloe Porter
John Milton
Edward Jones
Lewis Carroll
Selwyn H. Goodacre
retired
Louis MacNeice
Tim Woods
Aberystwyth University
Marxist Criticism
Drew Milne
University of Cambridge
Mary Wollstonecraft
Catherine Packham
University of Sussex
Medieval Law
Andrew Rabin
University of Louisville
Medieval Literature
Michelle Sauer
University of North Dakota
Medieval Manuscripts
Peter Stokes
Medieval Scottish Poetry
Nicola Royan
Medieval Welsh Poetry
Helen Fulton
University of York
Nonsense Literature
Anna Barton
University of Sheffield
Parody and Satire
Robert Mack
University of Exeter
Piers Plowman
Andrew Galloway
Cornell University
R.S. Thomas
Damian Walford Davies
Cardiff University
Robert Burns
Pauline Mackay
University of Glasgow
Romance
Helen Moore
Samuel Taylor Coleridge
Elinor Shaffer
Seán Ó Faoláin
Paul Delaney
Trinity College Dublin
Sean O'Casey
James Moran
Sherlock Holmes
Camilla Hoel
Norwegian University of Science and Technology
T. S. Eliot
Jeremy Noel-Tod
University of East Anglia
Thomas Browne
Kevin Killeen
University of York
Thomas More
Tom Betteridge
Brunel University
William Collins
Sandro Jung
Universiteit Gent
 

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