Dr. Sam Wiseman

sam.wiseman@uni-erfurt.de

Lecturer of the Professor of English Literature

Besucheranschrift

University of Erfurt
Nordhäuser Str. 63
99089 Erfurt
GERMANY

Postanschrift

Universität Erfurt
School of Linguistics
Postfach 90 02 21
99105 Erfurt
GERMANY

Postdoc-Stipendiat und Lehrbeauftragter der Professur für Neuere englische Literaturwissenschaft

Besucheranschrift

Campus
Nordhäuser Str. 63
99089 Erfurt

Postanschrift

Universität Erfurt
Philosophische Fakultät
Anglistik/Amerikanistik
Postfach 90 02 21
99105 Erfurt

Dr. Sam Wiseman

Lebenslauf

Lebenslauf

  • Ph.D in English Literature, University of Glasgow (2013)
  • M.Litt in Modernities (Distinction), University of Glasgow (2008)
  • Graduate Teaching Assistant Training, University of Glasgow (2007)
  • M.A. Philosophy, University of Liverpool (2006)
  • M.A. (Hons.) Philosophy (First Class), University of Glasgow (2004)
  • A-Level: English (A), Sociology (A), Psychology (A), North Devon College (1998)

Publikationen

Publikationen

  • ‘Murmuring Seas, Broken Ground: the Liminal Landscape of M.R. James’ “Oh, Whistle, and I’ll Come to You, My Lad”’, Readings (January 2016)
  • The Reimagining of Place in English Modernism, Clemson University Press (USA)/Liverpool University Press (UK) (December 2015)
  • ‘“In Two Worlds at Once”: Mary Butts’ Dorset’, Twentieth-Century Literature 61.3 (September 2015)
  • ‘John Cowper Powys: Modernist Peripheries and the Reimagining of Place’, Powys Review (August 2015)
  • ‘Searching for New States of Being: The Cultural Energies and Contested Spaces of Colin MacInnes’s London’, The Literary London Journal 12: 1-2 (Spring/Autumn 2015)
  • Assembling Identities (ed. and introduction), Cambridge Scholars Press (2014)
  • ‘Ecology, Identity, and Eschatology: Crossing the Country and the City in Woolf’, in Contradictory Woolf: Selected Papers from the Twenty-First Annual International Conference on Virginia Woolf (Clemson University Press, 2012), pp. 166-72; accessible at tinyurl.com/aebmhc5
  • ‘The Country and the City in D.H. Lawrence and Virginia Woolf’, Esharp 17 (Summer 2011)