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Dr Victoria Bazin

Associate Professor

Department: Humanities

Victoria BazinI did my first degree in American Studies which included a year at the University of Minnesota. I then went on to study for an MA in English literature at King’s College, London followed by a brief period in publishing. I returned to academia taking up a lectureship in American literature at Middlesex University from 1990-1992.  I then taught at the University of East Anglia while studying for a PhD (1992-96).  

After this I went to York University in 1995 and joined Northumbria University in 1996. I have published journal articles on twentieth century women’s writing including editing a special issue on women and age and recently completed a monograph on the poet Marianne Moore. I also act as a peer reviewer for the AHRC.

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Office: Lipman 413

  • Please visit the Pure Research Information Portal for further information
  • Red Rag Magazine, Feminist Economics and the Domestic Labour Pains of Liberation, Bazin, V. 2 Oct 2021, In: Women: A Cultural Review
  • 'It's Capitalism, not me sweetheart': Women's Activist Magazines on the Left, Bazin, V. Oct 2020, Women's Periodicals and Print Culture in Britain, 1940s-2000, Edinburgh, Edinburgh University Press
  • Modernism Edited: Marianne Moore and the Dial Magazine, Bazin, V. Mar 2019
  • Editorial Compression: Marianne Moore at the Dial Magazine, Bazin, V. 10 Jan 2018, Twenty-first Century Marianne Moore: , U.S., Palgrave Macmillan
  • 'A New Kind of Trade': Advertising Feminism, Bazin, V. 2017, Re-Reading Spare Rib, Chippenham, Palgrave Macmillan
  • Mediated and Mediating Feminisms: Periodical Culture from Suffrage to Second Wave, Bazin, V., Waters, M. May 2017, In: Women: A Cultural Review
  • Miss-Represented? Mediating Miss World in Shrew Magazine, Bazin, V. 11 May 2017, In: Women: A Cultural Review
  • Restless subjects/careless people: Re-reading The Great Gatsby, Bazin, V. 2 Oct 2015, In: Journal of Transatlantic Studies
  • Lorine Niedecker, Henri Bergson and the Poetics of Temporal Flow, Bazin, V. Nov 2012, In: Journal of American Studies

  • Jack Weatherston How the West has Warmed: Climate Change in the Contemporary Western Start Date: 30/05/2017 End Date: 30/05/2019
  • Melissa Tyrrell Editing The New Negro: Jessie Redmon Fauset and Black Periodical Culture, 1919-1926. Start Date: 01/10/2022
  • Helen Green Middlebrow Mystics: Henri Bergson and British Culture 1899-1939 Start Date: 01/10/2010 End Date: 25/02/2016
  • Georgia Dalton Staging Activism: British Feminist Grassroots Theatre (1968-1993) Start Date: 01/10/2023

  • American Studies PhD January 01 1996
  • Other Language Studies MA (Hons) June 30 1989

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