BAVS Membership Directory

NameInstitutionAcademic StatusMain DisciplineResearch Interests
Dr Peter Bryden Independent scholar Art History Social Realism and Victorian Art The Graphic Magazine and associated artists - Luke Fildes, Hubert Herkomer and Frank Holl. The serialised illustrated novel, especially the works of Thomas Hardy,...
Mr Fernando Bufalari University of São Paulo (USP) Student Literary Studies
Dr Lois Burke Edinburgh Napier University University/college academic Literary Studies
Dr Rebecca Butler Nottingham Trent University University/college academic Literary Studies nineteenth-century women's travel writing The Victorians in Italy Victorian periodicals nineteenth-century subscription libraries
Mr Eoin Carter University of Cambridge Student History Radical Politics Popular Science Courts and the Law
Ms Kahrie Carter University of Liverpool Student Literary Studies
Professor Margaret Cassidy Adelphi University University/college academic media history media and children media history history of public education history of new media; the introduction of new media into society
Dr Anne Chapman Glasgow Caledonian University University/college academic Literary Studies
Dr. Catherine Charlwood University of Oxford University/college academic Literary Studies poetry poetic form memory place environmental studies psychology
Dr Rachel Christofides University of Plymouth University/college academic Literary Studies
Miss Mollie Clarke University of Roehampton University/college academic Literary Studies Neo-Victorian Fiction, 19th Century Fiction, Popular Victorian Fiction, Victorian Theatre, Gender Studies, Turn of the Century Representations of Sexuality, Gothic Literature
Rachel Cleaver University of Liverpool Student Literary Studies
Professor Katharine Cockin University of Essex University/college academic Literary Studies My research focuses on the lives and work of Ellen Terry (1847-1928), the nineteenth-century actor and her daughter, Edith Craig (1869-1947) who was an influential theatre director and activist in...
Sara Cole Lancaster University Student Literary Studies The relationship between science, satire and Romantic period literature.
revd canon dr joanna collicutt mcgrath university of oxford University/college academic Psychology of religion My research interests are very broad across the disciplines of neuroscience, psychology, religion, and spirituality. However, I have a longstanding side-interest in Victorian art, specifically...
Rev Peter Conley MARYVALE INSTITUTE Independent scholar Literary Studies I mainly focus on the life and letters of the Victorian Clergyman John Henry Newman. In particular, his letters and other writings which explore the theme of bereavement. His...
Mr Daryl Cox Leeds Beckett University in starting in October 2017 Student in October 2017 Literary Studies Victorian Studies Neo-Victorian Studies Disability Studies Freakery Comedy
Dr Tom Crook Oxford Brookes University University/college academic Art History The history of Victorian governance, especially public health. More recently, I have become interested in the history of public life and public service, and the question of the ethics of public...
Dr Alice Crossley University of Lincoln University/college academic Literary Studies Ageing / Age Studies; masculinity; childhood and adolescence; Victorian fiction; midlife and old age; material culture; queer sexualities; serialisation; printed ephemera;...
Miss Lauren Cullen University of Oxford Student Literary Studies - Victorian fiction - Sensation fiction - Nineteenth century literature and culture - Animal Studies - Critical theory - Ecocriticism - Gender studies - Archival research
Mrs Alyson Cunningham University of Lincoln Student Literary Studies Mail and Stage Coach era of English Transport System My Masters Dissertation in 2017 focus on a study of Spectacle and Cacophony with regard to the coaching era. I am currently enrolled...
Dr Maria Damkjær University of Copenhagen University/college academic Literary Studies Periodicals and print culture Time in literature Genre studies Material culture Advertising The realist novel
Ms Mila Daskalova University of Strathclyde Student Literary Studies history of science and medicine nineteenth-century periodicals book history and material culture history of reading Victorian poetry
Dr Andrew Davies University of Liverpool University/college academic History Crime and punishment Youth violence
Ms Alison Denham Independent scholar History I am a herbal practitioner and Fellow of the National Institute of Medical Herbalists and retired Senior Lecturer in Herbal Medicine and Integrated Healthcare at the University of Central Lancashire....