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Daniel Wall, MA, M.Litt, PhD



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    My teaching and research interests are concentrated primarily in the fields of eighteenth and nineteenth-century British and Irish literature. Specific areas of interest include Romantic and Victorian fiction, the political and literary climate of the 1790s, Robert Burns, Romantic poetry and biography, nineteenth-century periodical culture. I have published a number of articles on Romantic literature, and along with Shane Alcobia-Murphy and Lindsay Milligan have co-edited a collection of essays on Scottish and Irish Literature and Culture. I have also worked as a research assistant on The New Penguin Anthology of Irish Verse, edited by Professor Patrick Crotty. 

    Education/Academic qualification

    Arts & Social Sciences, PhD, Countering Cultural Maladies: National Identity in the Writing of John Gibson Lockhart, 1817-1853.

    1 Sept 200330 Jan 2008

    Award Date: 7 Jul 2008

    Arts & Social Sciences, Masters Degree, M.Litt in English Literary Studies

    1 Sept 20021 Sept 2003

    Award Date: 1 Nov 2003

    Masters Degree, MA (Hons)

    1 Sept 19981 Jun 2002

    Award Date: 1 Jul 2002

    External positions

    External Examiner for University of Edinburgh Summer School, University of Edinburgh

    1 Aug 20181 Aug 2022

    Area of Expertise

    • English Language and Literature
    • Romantic Literature
    • Victorian Literature


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