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2008) for Romanticism and Victorianism on the Net, 52 (2008) http://www.erudit.org/revue/ravon/2008/v/n52/index.html Bram Stoker, Dracula, ed. John Paul Riquelme (Boston and New York: Bedford/St Martin‟s, 2002) for Gothic Studies, vol 4, no 2 (November 2002), 193-5 The Haunted and the Haunters and other Gothic Tales, edited with an introduction by William Lawrence (Knebworth, Herts: The Knebworth House Education and Preservation Trust, 2000), vol 3, no 3 Gothic Studies (December 2001), 319-20 Tim Marshall, Murdering to Dissect: Grave-Robbing, Frankenstein and the Anatomy Literature (Manchester: Manchester University Press, 1995) British Association for Romantic Studies, no 14 (October, 1998), 26

Steven Bruhm, Gothic Bodies: The Politics of Pain in Romantic Fiction (Philadelphia:

University of Pennsylvania Press, 1994), British Journal of Eighteenth-Century Studies, vol 20, no 1 (Spring 1997), 107-8.

Sociability and Society in Eighteenth-Century Scotland, ed., John Dwyer and Richard B. Sher, Eighteenth-Century Life, XV, 1-2 (1991), Studies in Scottish Literature, XXVII (1992), 313-16 Liz Lochhead, Mary Queen of Scots Got her Head Chopped Off and Dracula (Harmondsworth: Penguin Books) for Speech and Drama, 40, no 2 (Autumn 1991), 45-46 The Transient Gleam: A Bouquet of Beckford’s Verse, ed. Devendra P. Varma (Aylesford: The Aylesford Press, 1991) for British Journal of Eighteenth-Century Studies, 13, no 1 (Spring 1990), 253 Harriet Guest, A Form of Sound Words: The Religious Poetry of Christopher Smart (Clarendon Press, Oxford, 1989) for Times Higher Education Supplement (15 December, 1989), 24 Sascha Talmor, The Rhetoric of Criticism, from Hobbes to Coleridge (Pergamon, London, 1984) for History of European Ideas (Winter 1984), 212-14 Sexuality in Eighteenth-Century Britain, ed. Paul-Gabriel Boucé (Manchester University Press, Manchester, 1982) for Critical Quarterly, 25, no. 4 (Winter 1983), 83-85 Tommaso Campanella, La Citta del Sole: Dialogo Poetico The City of the Sun: A Poetical Dialogue, trans. Daniel J. Donno (University of California Press, London,

1981) for Poetry Nation Review, 34 (Summer 1983), 56 Language in the USA ed. Charles A. Ferguson and Shirley Brice Heath (Cambridge University Press, London, 1981) for Sage Race Relations Abstract, 9, no. 3 (August 1983), 93 The Oxford Book of Death, ed. D.J. Enright (Oxford University Press, Oxford, 1983) for Explorations in Medicine, 1 (September 1985), 101 An Anthology of African and Caribbean Writings in English, ed. John J. Figueroa (Heinemann, London, 1982) for Sage Race Relations


(August 1984), 22 Black American Literature and Humanism, ed. R. Baxter Miller (The University Press of Kentucky, 1981) for Sage Race Relations Abstract, 8, no. 4 (November 1984), 36-7 Frances Yates, The Rosicrucian Enlightenment (London, Ark, rpt, 1986) for Explorations in Knowledge, VI, no1 (1988), 73 Medicine and Science Diane Mason. The Secret Vice: Masturbation in Victorian Fiction and Medical Culture (Manchester: Manchester University Press, 2008) for Philological Quarterly, 88, no 1 and 2 (Winter and Spring, 2009), 200-205

David E. Shuttleton, Smallpox and the Literary Imagination 1660-1820 (Cambridge:

Cambridge University Press, 2007) for Philological Quarterly, 86, no (June, 2007),

Ian Burney, Poison, Detection and the Victorian Imagination (Manchester:

Manchester University Press, 2006) for Gothic Studies Sex, Politics and Science in the Nineteenth Century, ed. Ruth Bernard Yeazell (London: The Johns Hopkins University Press, 1990) for Wavelength: The Journal of Science Society and the Media, no 8 (June 1994), 12 Adam Douglas, The Beast Within: A History of the Werewolf (London: Chapman,

1992 ) for Udolpho,15 (December 1993), 14 J. D. G. Evans, ed. Moral Philosophy and Contemporary Problems (Cambridge University Press, 1988) for Explorations in Knowledge, VI, no 2 (1989), 49 Paul Barber, Vampires, Burial and Death: Folklore and Reality (London: Yale University Press, 1988), The Journal of the Vampyre Society, VIII (Winter 1989), 16 David Lamb, Death, Brain Death and Ethics (Beckenham: Croom Helm, 1985) for Explorations in Knowledge, no 2 (1987), 85-86 James W. Pennebaker, The Psychology of Physical Symptoms (Springer-Verlag, 1982) for Explorations in Medicine, 1 (September 1985), 89-91 Michael Macdonald, Mystical Bedlam: (London: Cambridge University Press, 1981) and John McManners, Death and the Enlightenment (Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1981) for Explorations in Knowledge, 2 (Spring 1985,) 70-1 Richard Grossinger, Planet Medicine: From Stone Age Shamanism to Post-Industrial Healing (Boulder and London: Shambola, 1982, revised edition) for Explorations in Medicine, 1 (September 1985), 100-101 Nigel C.H. Stott and Llora G. Finlay, Care of the Dying (London: Churchill Livingstone, 1984) for Mediscope: Manchester Medical Gazette, 63, no. 2 (Spring 1985), 47 Denise Winn, The Manipulated Mind (London: The Octagon Press, 1983) for Explorations in Medicine, 1 (September 1985), 100

Derek Llewellyn-Jones, Everywoman: A Gynaecological Guide Mediscope:

Manchester Medical Gazette, 61, no 3 (June 1983), 95 Stephen Fulder and Robin Monro, The Status of Complimentary Medicine in the United Kingdom (London: Threshold Foundation, 1981) for Explorations in Knowledge, 1, no. 1 (Autumn 1984) 256-7 The Handbook of Medical Ethics (London: British Medical Association) for Explorations in Knowledge, 87-88 Women and Gender Studies The Medusa Reader ed. Marjorie Garber and Nancy J. Vickers (London: Routledge,

2003) for Gothic Studies, vol 6, no 1 (May 2004), 140-2 Rudolph Trumbach, Sex and the Gender Revolution, vol 1, Homosexuality and the Third Gender in Enlightenment London (London: University of Chicago Press, 1998) for the British Journal of Eighteenth-Century Studies, 24.1 (2001), 119-20 Harriet Devine Jump, Nineteenth-Century Short Stories by Women: A Routledge Anthology (London and New York: Routledge, 1998), vol 2, no 13 Gothic Studies (April 2000), 176-7 John Wiltshire, Jane Austen and the Body (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1994 rpt) for Women’s Writing, 5, no1 (1998), 154

Michelle Massé, In the Name of Love: Women, Masochism and the Gothic (Ithaca:

Cornell University Press, 1992) for Women’s Writing special issue on Female Gothic Writing, 1, no 2 (1994), 248-50

Betty T. Bennett and Charles E. Robinson, ed, The Mary Shelley Reader (Oxford:

Oxford University Press, 1990) for Women’s History Review, 12, no 1 (1993), 62-4.

Clarissa Pinkola Estés, Women Who Run with the Wolves: Contacting the Power of the Wild Woman (London: Rider, 1992) for Literary Review (October 1992), 33.

Roy Roussel, The Conversation of the Sexes: Seduction and Equality in Selected Seventeenth and Eighteenth- Century Texts (London: Oxford University Press, 1986) for British Journal of Eighteenth-Century Studies, 13, no 1 (Spring 1990), 132-34.

Ian Maclean, The Renaissance Notion of Woman (London: Cambridge University Press, 1980) for Explorations in Medicine, 1 (September 1985), 100.

Andrea Dworkin, Right-Wing Women: The Politics of the Domesticated Female (The Women's Press, London, 1983) for Explorations in Medicine, 1 (September 1985), Sexual Violence: The Reality for Women (London: The Women's Press, 1984) for Explorations in Medicine (September 1985), 101 Paula Weideger, Female Cycles (London: The Women's Press, 1982) for Explorations in Medicine, 1 (September 1985), 102 Marilyn Lawrence, The Anorexic Experience (London: The Women's Press, 1984), Explorations in Medicine, 1 (September 1985) 102 Racism and Multicultural Cannon Schmitt, Alien Nation: Nineteenth-Century Gothic Fictions and English Nationality (Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 1997) British Association for Romantic Studies, no 15 (March 1999), 23-4 James A. Banks, Multiethnic Education: Theory and Practice (London: Allyn and Bacon, 1981) for Sage Race Relations Abstract, 7, no. 4 (November 1982), 69 Pamela L. Tiedt and Iris M. Tiedt, Multicultural Teaching: A Handbook of Activities, Information, and Resources (London: Allyn and Bacon, 1979) for Sage Race Relations Abstract, 8, no. 2 (May 1983), 75 David M. Chalmers, Hooded Americanism The History of the Ku-Klux Klan (New York: New Viewpoints, 1981) for Sage Race Relations Abstract, 9, no. 1 (February 1984), 33

Robert Alan Goldberg, Hooded Empire: The Ku-Klux Klan in Colorado (London:

University of Illinois Press, 1981) for Sage Race Relations Abstract, 10, no. 4 (November 1985), 7-8 Human Rights Jane Officer, ed. If I should die…A Death Row Correspondence (Cheltenham: New Clarion Press, 1999) for The Wing of Friendship, 2000 Helen Prejean, Dead Man Walking (New York: Random House, 1993) for Journal of Prison Writing (1993)

Don Cabana, Death at Midnight: The Confession of an Executioner (Boston:

Northeastern University Press, 1996), Journal of Prison Writing, no 10 (1997), 97-98 Norval Morris and David J. Rothmam, The Oxford History of the Prison: The Practice of Punishment in Western Society (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1995), Journal of Prison Writing, no 9 (1996), 90 Wendy Lesser, Pictures at an Execution: An Inquiry into the Subject of Murder (London: Harvard University Press, 1993) and Scarlett McGwire, Women Who Love Men Who Kill (London: Virgin, 1994) for Journal of Prison Writing, no 6 (1995), 91Stephen Trombley, The Execution Protocol (London: Century, 1993) and United States of America: The Death Penalty and Juvenile Offenders (New York: Amnesty International, 1991) for Journal of Prison Writing, no 3 (1993), pp.63-64 TV AND RADIO Invited guest for a discussion on anti-menstrual medication, Women‟s Hour, Radio 4, February, 2003 A Place in Time for Channel 4, October, 2002 “Dracula and Whitby”, Open University, Radio 4, November, 2002 Blood: Kill or Cure, Discovery Channel, November 2002 "Vampires", BBC World Service for Africa, September 1999 "Bram Stoker's Dracula", RTE, Dublin, July 1999 "The dangers of mercury amalgams", BBC Radio Bristol, April 1999 T.V. Consultant for “Creatures Fantastic” for The Wild-Life Unit, BBC, Bristol, 1997 “The commercial aspects of the vampire industry” for Working Lunch, BBC 2, June “John Cabot”, BBC Radio Bristol, May 1997 "Death Row in America", Good Morning, BBC 1, June 1995 "Vampires", Cou-Cou, French Television 1, August 1995 "Anne Rice", BBC Radio Bristol, February 1995 "Gothic Attractions", S4C, January 1995 "Interview on the Death Penalty", Woman's Hour, Radio 4, December 1995 Interviews at the First World Dracula Congress, Transylvania, for US, French, German, Italian, Rumanian and Canadian television and radio, May 1995 "Death Row", BBC Radio Bristol, November 1994.

"Subversive Women", BBC Radio Bristol, July 1994 "Love on Death Row", Live Wire, Wire T.V., March 1994 "The Gothic Revival in Literature," Meridian, Radio 4, March 1992 T.V. Consultant for “Scottish Women” BBC, 1992 "Mozart and Women - The Magic Flute", Meridian, World Service, Radio 5, November 1991 Bram Stoker's Dracula, Meridian, World Service, Radio 5, January 1991 "The Paranormal", Scottish Women, Scottish Television, September 1991 "Men", Scottish Women, Scottish Television, November 1990 "Gothic Immortals", BBC Radio Manchester, February 1990 "Freemasonry", Cross-Talk, Harlech Television, November 1989 “Secret Societies”, Radio Clwyd, World Service, 1988 “Secret Societies”, World Service, 1988 “Men and Freemasonry”, Women's Hour, 1988


Co-organiser of Celebrating Women‟s Writing conference as part of the Women's Word Festival at Lucy Cavendish College, University of Cambridge, June 2010 Master-class for GCSE English school students, organised by UWE, 2010 Scripts written for performed readings and a reading, “Writing for their Lives: Death Row USA, Borders Bookshop, Bristol, February 2009 (charitable event) Scripts written for performed readings and a reading, “Writing for their Lives: Death Row USA and Guantanamo Bay,” Pierian Centre, Bristol, July 2008 (charitable event) Introductory speech and linked talks to performed readings and audio-documentary, Writing for their Lives: Death Row USA and Guantanamo Bay, Pierian Centre, Bristol, July 2008 “Celebrating a Life through Letters: Rosina Bulwer Lytton”, Knebworth House, June Readings of Byron‟s “Darkness” and Angela Carter‟s “A Company of Wolves” for “Night - A Time Between'” at the Royal West of England Academy, Bristol, April, Co-ordinator of lunchtime readings for “Night - A Time Between'” at the Royal West of England Academy, Bristol, March 26th and May 11th, 2008 “Bringing the Gothic to year 8” School visit in the Bristol area, March 2008 Talk on The Shadow of the Vampire, From Text to Screen, St Matthias UWE, March 2008.

Introduction to Library Catalogue for Women's Studies, St Deniol's Library, Hawarden, 1995 Guest Speaker at Women‟s Caucus lunch, American Society of Eighteenth-Century Studies, Minneapolis, USA, April 1990


External Examiner for Ph.D in English at Nottingham University, December 2009 External Examiner for M.A. in Representation and the Body, University of Reading, 2005-2009 Internal Examiner in English, University of the West of England, Bristol, 2002 External Examiner for Ph.D in English at McGJump ill University, Montreal, Canada, 1998 External Examiner for B.A. in English at Sheffield University, Sheffield, 1996-1999 External examiner for M.Phil at Manchester University, 1995 External Examiner for M.A. in Women's Studies, Trinity University College, Carmarthen, 1994-1997 External Examiner for Ph.D at Lund University, Sweden, 1993 Examiner for the Associated Examining Board in English as a Foreign Language, 1986-87


Assessor for the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada, 2010 Writing for their Lives: Death Row USA was nominated for the Myers Outstanding Book Award from the Gustavus Myers Center for the Study of Bigotry and Human Rights, 2007 Honouree of the Women‟s Caucus of the American Society of Eighteenth-Century Studies, 2002 LifeLines Book of the Year Award 1995 for Out of the Night: Writings from Death Row joint winner with Sister Helen Prejean for Dead Man Walking (turned into Oscar winning film) Member of the International Gothic Association, 1992Executive committee member of the International Gothic Association, 1996Member of the British Association for Victorian Studies, 2000-2003 Member of the British Association for Romantic Studies, 1989-2003 Member of the British Society for Eighteenth-Century Studies, 1984-2003 Executive committee member of the British Society for Eighteenth-Century Studies, 1988-94 Executive committee member for the Women's Studies Group 1558-1837, 1986-2001.

Member - 2010 Reader for Cambridge University Press, Illinois University Press, Routledge, Macmillan Publishers, Arnold Publishers, Broadview, Longman, Literature Compass, The Voltaire Journal, Women’s History Review, Women’s Writing, Journal of Victorian Culture, Gothic Studies: An Interdisciplinary Journal, Clio: A Journal of Literature, History, and Philosophy of History


The Wellcome Trust Institute for the History of Medicine, University of London to attend a workshop, September 2010.

British Academy small grant, 2005-2006 (£6,553) British Academy overseas conference grant, 2005 (£500) Knebworth Educational and Preservation Trust, 2004 -2006 (£2,000) Knebworth Educational and Preservation Trust, 2002-3 (£2,000) British Academy Small Grant, 2001-2002 (£2,400) Knebworth Educational and Preservation Trust, 2001-2 (£2,500) The Leverhulme Trust Research Fellowship, 2000-2001 (£11256) Travel Grant from the Leverhulme Trust to visit the Huntington Library, USA, 2000 Travel Grant from the Leverhulme for the British 18th and 19th-century Women Writers Conference, Lawrence, Kansas, 2001 British Academy Overseas Grant, “Women and Change”, Aphra Behn Society, Denver, Colorado, November 2000 The Royal Society grant to attend the Fourth Biannual Conference of the International Gothic Association, Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada, August 1999 Visiting Scholarship from La Trobe University, Deakin University and Monash University, Melbourne, Australia, 1998 British Academy Overseas Grant, Dracula Conference, Los Angeles, 1997 British Council Visiting Lecturer, Barcelona, and Tarragona, Spain, 1996 Visiting Research Fellow at the Humanities Research Centre, The Australian National University, Canberra, Australia, 1996 East-West Fellowship, International Society of Eighteenth-Century Studies, Münster, Germany, 1995 British Academy Overseas Grant, Budapest, International Society of EighteenthCentury Studies, 1995 Conference Fellow, The Annual Swift Seminar, Celbridge, Ireland, 1990 British Academy Overseas Grant, Minneapolis, American Society of EighteenthCentury Studies, 1990 British Academy Overseas Grant, San Francisco, Modern Language Association,

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