Christopher Keep (on sabbatical July 2011-June 2012)
Department of English
Education: BA, MA, York; PhD, Queen's
The relationship of technology to cultural practice; the discursive construction of gender, race, and sexual orientation, especially in the nineteenth century; hypertext, virtual reality and theories of electronic textuality.
Editor, special issue of The Victorian Review (1998). Articles on postmodern apocalypticism, theories of the body in hypertext fiction, imperialism and addiction, and the gendering of information technologies in the nineteenth century.
- Cristian Melchiorre: The Downward Path, PhD thesis, 2011
- Mary Bunch: Outlawry and the Experience of the (Im)possible: Deconstructing Biopolitics, PhD thesis, 2010
- Kathryn Simpson: Minerva's Owl, MA thesis, 2005
- Heather Egger: A Glittering Set of Things: Performing Postmodern Subjectivities, MA thesis, 2003
- Tara Mimnagh: Living Dead Girl: Death, Representation and Repetition, MA thesis, 2003
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