History Department at Richmond American International University in London.
Women’s travel writing and lexicography in the eighteenth century; the history of education in Britain between 1700 and 1850; schoolboy culture and family history in the early modern period.
Department of English, University of Lleida (Catalonia)
Ageing studies; narratives of disease; contemporary detective fiction; Victorian and Gothic fiction under a feminist perspective.
Department of English and North American studies, University of Greifswald
Contemporary literature; literary criticism (theory, practice, history); eighteenth century; culture, narration, and authority; romanticism; computer game narratology; graphic novels
CNRS (TGIR Huma-Num).
Social sciences and humanities; French literature; blockchain technologies and usages; cultural and societal practices; Open Science; digital environment; epistemology of Digital Humanities; outreach and advocacy; citizen science.
Université Paris Cité, laboratoire LARCA
English romanticism; poetry; William Wordsworth
Université Bordeaux-Montaigne, Langues, Littératures et Civilisations.
Discours politique dans la Grande-Bretagne du long XVIIIe siècle; identité nationale; sociabilité.
Stanford University, California
Seventeenth- and Eighteenth-Century French Literature; Cultural History; Epistolary Practices; Digital Humanities; Media History
Queen Mary, University of London.
Eighteenth-century literature and culture; eighteenth-century London and literature; science; criticism and intellectual culture in the eighteenth century; sensibility and women's writing in the eighteenth century; slavery and empire in eighteenth-century culture.
University of Caen
Poetry of the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries; John Keats and British romanticism; British novel; letter-writing
Kent State University
Ballet, choreography and performance in the nineteenth century; questions of ownership, memory, and transference within and through the body.
Bishop Grosseteste University, Lincoln, UK.
Blake, death, physiognomy and monsters; Blake’s significance for other cultures; fairy Spaces; Fuseli, Lavater, Tennyson and Ludwig Meidner.
Université Sorbonne Paris Nord
Shakespeare and early modern theatre.