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NAME Marie Elizabeth Mulvey-Roberts
DEPARTMENT English, Linguistics and Communications
FACULTY Creative Arts, Humanities and Education
UNIVERSITY University of the West of England, St Matthias, Fishponds,
Bristol, BS16 2JP
GRADE Reader in Literary Studies
BA (Hons) in English Literature and Language and subsidiary in American Literature, 2.1, Department of English Literature and Language, Victoria University of Manchester, l977 PGCE in TEFL (Teaching English as a Foreign Language) and TESL (Teaching English as a Second Language) and English, Manchester Metropolitan University, l981-82 M.A. (by thesis) “The influence of Freemasonry and related secret societies upon aspects of early and mid eighteenth-century English literature with particular reference to the poetry of Christopher Smart”, Department of English Literature and Language, Victoria University of Manchester, l979 External Examiner: Professor Pat Rogers Ph.D “The development of the Rosicrucian novel”, Department of English Literature and Language, Victoria University of Manchester, 1987 External Examiner: Professor Angus Ross
EMPLOYMENT HISTORYOpen University
University of Manchester
Loreto Sixth Form College, Manchester…………………………………1986-1987 De La Salle College of Higher Education, Middleton, Manchester.......... 1986-1987 Staffordshire University
University of the West of England, Bristol……………………………... 1988CURRENT TEACHING Approaches to Literature and Criticism – 1st year module Gothic Literature – 3rd year module The Dissertation – 3rd year module M.A. dissertation student
RESEARCH SUPERVISIONSPh.D (UWE) A Critical Edition of the Letters of Caroline Elizabeth Norton, 1828-57 Ph.D (UWE) Monstrosities of the Foreign: Representations of the Italian Other Ph.D (UWE) Men, Food and the Male Body in the Victorian Novel Ph.D (UWE): 2008-: “The ghostly femme fatale: Metatextuality, desire and the homoerotic in the English ghost story, 1890-1923”
CURRENT RESEARCHDangerous Bodies: Corporeality and the Gothic (Manchester University Press, under preparation) Marriage, Madness and Militancy: Rosina Bulwer Lytton and Constance Lytton (monograph).
ROLES AND RESPONSIBILITIES WITHIN THE UNIVERSITYMember of the Long Nineteenth Century Network, 2011Representative for Humanities, Languages and Social Sciences on the Faculty Research Degrees Management Committee, 2011 Postgraduate co-ordinator forresearch students, Department of English 2005Co-convenor of the Interdisciplinary Gender Seminar Series, 2009-2010 Steering committee member of the UWE Gender Studies Research Group 2010Personal academic tutor for third year BA students, 2008Personal academic tutor for second year BA students, 2008Module leader for Gothic Literature, 2008Module leader for Approaches to Literature and Criticism, 2007-8 Personal academic tutor for first year BA students, 2007Award leader for the M.A. in English and Drama, 2004-5 Member of the Research Committee, School of English and Drama, 2004Member of the Graduate School Committee, 2005 Member of the Faculty Higher Degrees Committee, 2005-2008 Co-developing an eighteenth-century module 2004-5 Mentor for new employee – 2004-5 Subject studies leader for Primary Teacher‟s Education (English), 2002-2004 Module leader for “Literature and Medicine”, M.A. in English, 2003-4 Module leader for “Gothic Literature”, 2003-5 Advisor on external funding for the School of English, 2002-2003 Module leader for ITE “Themes and Genres in Fiction 1840-1940”, 2001-2003 Member of the planning committee for the M.A.. in English, 2001-2002 Member of the Faculty Board, 2001-2002 Organiser of the internal research seminars for staff and postgraduates, 2001-2002 Module leader for “Literature and Medicine”, BA in English, 2001-2002 Module leader for "Revolution and Romanticism" (L22), 1999-2000, 2002-3 Student personal Advisor, 1999-2002 Programme leader for the M.A. in English, 1999-2000 Student personal advisor, 1999-2002 Award management Committee for English, 1999-2000 Module leader for “Women and the Body”, M.A. in Women‟s Studies, 1998-99 Year tutor for Year 3 for English students at the Faculty of Education, 1996-1998 Personal tutor, 1988-1999 Overseas recruitment for postgraduates in the Faculty of Humanities, 1995-1996 Steering committee member for M.A. in Gender Studies, 1997-1998 NATFE representative for the Campaign Against Domestic Violence, 1997-2000 Module leader for “The Female Body”, M.A.. UWE, Bristol 1999-2000 Module leader for “Reading and Response”, Education Faculty, 1995-1997 Module leader for “Literature and Medicine”, for Science, Society and the Media, BSc 1995-2000 Module leader for “Female Gothic”, M.A. in Women‟s Studies, 1994-1996 Course planning committee member for Women‟s Studies M.A., 1992-1997 Chair of the School of English committee, 1990-91 School representative for the Faculty of Humanities Board, 1990-1991 Steering committee member for Science, Society and the Media Degree, 1991-1992
PUBLICATIONS AND OTHER PUBLIC OUTPUT
EDITED BOOKS AND DATA-BASES/ELECTRONIC RESOURCESMadness: A History from 1700-1930 a listing and guide to the microfilm collection of primary texts at the Wellcome Institute for the History of Medicine, part 2, editor (Marlborough, Wiltshire: Adam Matthew Publications, in press) The Handbook to the Gothic, rvd edition (Palgrave and New York University Press,
2009) and Japanese translation Madness: Three Hundred Years of Madness. Sources from the Hunter Collection, Cambridge University Library, part 1 (Marlborough, Wiltshire: Adam Matthew Publications, 2008) Sources of British Feminism, Perspectives in the History of British Feminism and Controversies in the History of British Feminism, Ebooks for collections in the History of British Feminism series (London: Routledge, in press) The Collected Letters of Rosina Bulwer Lytton, with the assistance of Steve Carpenter, 3 vols (London: Pickering and Chatto, 2008) in the Pickering Masters Series Writing for their Lives: Death Row USA (Chicago and Urbana: Illinois University Press, 2007) Rosina Bulwer Lytton, Cheveley: A Man of Honour in Silver Fork Novels 1826-1841, General Ed. Harriet Devine Jump (London: Pickering and Chatto, 2005) Gothic Fiction, Rare Printed Works from the Sadleir-Black Collection of Gothic Fiction at the Alderman Library, University of Virginia, on Microfilm, co-edited with Alison Milbank and Peter Otto (Marlborough, Wiltshire: Adam Matthew Publications, 2001-2003) Part 1 Matthew Lewis and Gothic Horror – Beckford to Lewis Part 2 Matthew Lewis and Gothic Horror- MacKenzie to Zschokke Part 3 Gothic Terror: Radcliffe and her Imitators - Boaden to Meeke Part 4, Gothic Terror: Radcliffe and her Imitators – Pickard to Wilson Part 5 Domestic and Sentimental Gothic – Bennett to Lamb Part 6 Domestic and Sentimental Gothic – Lathom to Warner Sex and Sexuality, 1640-1940: Literary, Medical and Sociological Perspectives, a microfilm collection of primary texts, part 1: Sources from the Bodleian Library, Oxford and the Wellcome Institute for the History of Medicine, London (Marlborough: Adam Matthew Publications, 2001) The Handbook to Gothic Literature (London: Macmillan; New York: New York University Press, 1998) Pleasure in the Eighteenth Century, co-ed., Roy Porter (London: Macmillan, 1996) Secret Texts: The Literature of Secret Societies, co-ed., Hugh Ormsby-Lennon (AMS, New York, 1995) Controversies in the History of British Feminism, 6 vols, co-ed., Tamae Mizuta (London: Routledge /Thoemmes, 1995) The Educators: Female Education The Workers: Women and Labour The Suffragists: Towards the Vote The Rebels: Irish Feminism The Opponents: The Anti-Suffragists The Militant: Christabel Pankhurst General Editor, Hannah More, Coelebs in Search of a Wife, ed. Mary Waldron (Bristol: Thoemmes Press, 1995) General Editor, Female Replies to Swetnam the Woman-Hater, ed. Charles Butler (Bristol: Thoemmes Press, 1995) General Editor, The Lady's Pocket Library or Parental Monitor, ed. Vivian Jones (Bristol: Thoemmes Press, 1995) General Editor, Mary Wollstonecraft, Thoughts on the Education of Daughters, ed.
Janet Todd (Bristol: Thoemmes Press, 1995) General Editor, Jonathan Swift, Polite Conversation in Three Dialogues, ed. Michael Foot (Bristol: Thoemmes Press, 1995) Rosina Bulwer-Lytton, Shells from the Sands of Time, ed. Marie Mulvey-Roberts (Bristol: Thoemmes Press, 1995) General Editor, Ethel Arnold, Platonics, ed. Phyllis Wachter (Bristol: Thoemmes Press, 1995) General Editor, Anne Isabella Thackeray, The Story of Elizabeth and Old Kensington, ed. Esther Schwartz-McKinzie (Bristol: Thoemmes Press, 1995) General Editor, Dorothy Wordsworth, The Continental Journals, ed. Helen Boden (Bristol: Thoemmes Press, 1995)
General Editor, Alice James, Her Life in Letters, ed. Linda Anderson (Bristol:
Thoemmes Press, 1995) Perspectives on the History of British Feminism, 6 vols, co-ed, Tamae Mizuta (London and Bristol: Routledge /Thoemmes, 1994) The Radicals: Revolutionary Women The Wives: Rights of Married Women The Mothers: Controversies of Motherhood The Campaigners: Women and Sexuality The Militants: Suffragette Activism A Militant: Annie Kenney Out of the Night: Writings from Death Row assisted by Benjamin Zephaniah, preface by Michael Foot (Cheltenham and Concord, Mass: New Clarion Press, 1994) Rosina Bulwer-Lytton, A Blighted Life (Bristol: Thoemmes Press, 1994)
Sources of British Feminism, 6 vols, co-ed, Tamae Mizuta (London and Bristol:
Routledge /Thoemmes, 1993) The Pioneers: Early Feminists The Exploited: Women and Work The Reformers: Socialist Feminism The Disempowered: Women and the Law The Disenfranchised: The Fight for the Suffrage The Militants: Suffragette Activists William Thompson and Anna Wheeler, Appeal of One Half the Human Race, Women, Against the Pretensions of the Other Half, Men, to Retain Them in Political, and Thence in Civil and Domestic Slaver, ed. Michael Foot and Marie Mulvey-Roberts (Bristol, Thoemmes Press, 1994) General Editor, Jane Collier, The Art of Ingeniously Tormenting, ed. Judith Hawley (Bristol, Thoemmes Press, 1994) General Editor, Sarah Grand, The Beth Book, ed., Sally Mitchell (Bristol, Thoemmes Press, 1994) General Editor, Elsie Clews Parsons, Journal of a Feminist, ed., Margaret Jones (Bristol, Thoemmes Press 1994) Literature and Medicine During the Eighteenth Century, co-ed., Roy Porter (New York and London: Routledge, 1993) Women's Studies in Transactions of the Eighth International Congress on the Enlightenment, II (Oxford: The Voltaire Foundation, 1992) Explorations in Medicine, co-ed., David Lamb and Teifion Davies (London: Gower, 1987) SHORT WORKS (chapters in books, official reports, review articles) “Memorial for Michael Foot 1913-2010”, Women’s Writing, 18: 3 (November 2010) Forward to Sister Ruth Agnes Evans, Light Travelling: A Sequence of Poems on the Incarnation (submitted) "Michael, Byron and prisoners on Death Row" “Michael goes waterskiing in the Lake District" "Dinner jacket for donkey jacket" “The greatest pizza in Europe" "Barred from the house where Mary Shelley wrote Frankenstein" and "Van Morrison, Mick Jagger and Michael Foot" for Brian Brivati‟s edited book on Michael Foot (submitted) “Cinematic Femme Fatales and Weimar Germany in Elizabeth Hand‟s The Bride of Frankenstein: Pandora’s Bride (2007)”, Twenty-First Century Gothic, ed. Danel Olson (Metuchen, NJ: Scarecrow Press, 2011), pp.50-60 “Edward Bulwer Lytton”, “Poison” and “Secret Societies” for Encyclopaedia of the Gothic, ed William Hughes, David Punter and Andrew Smith, eds, Encyclopaedia of the Gothic, 2 vols (Oxford: Blackwell, in press) Co-authored with Joanne Goldsworthy, “Goddesses of Reason and their Daughters”, Woman to Woman: Female Negotiations during the long eighteenth century, eds.
Louise Duckling, Angela Escott and Carolyn D. Williams (Delaware: University of Delaware Press, 2010), pp.
63-78 “Mary Shelley”, Companion to Literary Romanticism, edited by Andrew Maunder (New York: Facts on File, in press) “From Bluebeard‟s Bloody Chamber to Demonic Stigmatic”, The Female Gothic:
New Directions ed. Diana Wallace and Andrew Smith (London: Palgrave, 2009), 98Preface, “Charlotte Dacre”, “John Polidori”, The Handbook to the Gothic, ed. Marie Mulvey-Roberts (Palgrave: London and New York University Press, 2009), xviii-xix, pp.21-22, 75-76. There will also be a Japanese translation.