Prof CHRISTINE GERRARD

Prof CHRISTINE GERRARD

Prof CHRISTINE GERRARD

Professor of English Literature, Barbara Scott Fellow, Tutor in English, Tutor for Visiting Students - Lady Margaret Hall, University of Oxford

Professor Gerrard attended a large comprehensive school in north London before coming to Oxford as an undergraduate. After graduating she spent time in Philadelphia as a Thouron scholar, completing an MA in American literature, before returning to Oxford for her doctorate. She has been a tutor at LMH for fifteen years: before that she was a Junior Research Fellow at Exeter College in Oxford.

She is also a founder editor of The English Review, a magazine designed for students studying English at AS and A2 levels.

Research interests:

Professor Gerrard teaches and lectures on English literature in the period 1500-1780 and also has a special interest in the joint degree of Classics and English. Her main fields of research are political writing of the period 1660-1760, and eighteenth century poetry, particularly women’s poetry. She is currently researching and writing a book on literature in the reign of George I (1714-1727).

Selected publications:

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