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Dr Clare Elliott

Senior Lecturer

Department: Humanities

Clare Elliott

Having taught at the universities of Glasgow, Edinburgh and Teesside, I joined Northumbria University in 2011 as Lecturer in Nineteenth-Century Literature. My publishing and research activity lie in the nineteenth century with particular interests in Transatlantic Literary Studies, American Romanticism, slavery and the long nineteenth century.

 

 

Campus Address

Office: Lipman 015



Qualifications

Literature PhD September 01 2003

Key Publications

  • Please visit the Pure Research Information Portal for further information
  • An Enemy Abroad: The Transnational Politics of Francis Jeffrey in the War of 1812, Elliott, C. 26 Sep 2017, In: Open Library of Humanities
  • William Blake’s American Afterlives, Elliott, C. 27 Apr 2017, Transatlantic Literature and Transitivity, 1780-1850: Subjects, Texts, and Print Culture, London, Taylor & Francis
  • Early Feminism and the Circulation of Self-Reliance in the Atlantic World, Elliott, C. Oct 2016, The Edinburgh Companion to Atlantic Literary Studies, Edinburgh, Edinburgh University Press
  • The Edinburgh Companion to Atlantic Literary Studies, Eckel, L., Elliott, C. Oct 2016
  • The Lost Child, Elliott, C. Apr 2016, In: Symbiosis: A Journal of Transatlantic Literary and Cultural Relations
  • American Literature to 1900, Elliott, C., Ford, A., Goodwyn, H., Saxon, T. 1 Jan 2014, In: The Year's Work in English Studies
  • A Poetic Presidency: Abraham Lincoln, Walt Whitman and the Second American Revolution, Elliott, C. Apr 2014, Perspectives on Presidential Leadership: An International View of the White House, London, Taylor & Francis
  • Characters of blood: black heroism in the transatlantic imagination, Elliott, C. 2014, In: Journal of Transatlantic Studies
  • Perspectives on Presidential Leadership: An International View of the White House, Cullinane, M., Elliott, C. Apr 2014
  • American Literature to 1900, Collins, M., Elliott, C., Ford, A., Goodwyn, H., Saxon, T. 1 Jan 2013, In: The Year's Work in English Studies


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