Corvey Project Team

Professor Stephen C. Behrendt (visiting professor from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln)

Publications include: Royal Mourning and Regency culture: Elegies and Memorials to Princess Charlotte (1997); Approches to Teaching Romantic Women Writers eds Stephen Behrendt and Harriet Linkin,, MLA. 1997).

Dr. Emma Clery, British Academy Research Fellow

Publications include: The Rise of Supernatural Fiction, 1762 - 1800 (Cambridge Studies in Romanticism, 12; Cambridge University Press, 1995); rev. ed. The Castle of Otranto by Horace Walpole (Oxford University Press, 1996) and The Italian by Ann Radcliffe (Oxford University Press, 1998)

Dr. Philip Cox

Publications include:Gender, Genre and the Romantic Poets (1996).

Dr. Glenn Dibert-Himes, British Academy Research Fellow -- expertise in CD-ROM and hypertext technology

Publications include:Comprehensive Index to the Collected Works of Laetitia Elizabeth Landon in "Letitia Elizabeth Landon: Selected Writings" (eds Jerome McGann & Dan Reese, Broadview Press, 1998); L.E.L's Multimedia Productions in "Teaching Approaches to Romantic Women Writers" (eds Stephen Behrendt and Harriet Larkin, MLA, 1998)

Dr. Lisa Hopkins

Publications include: John Ford (Manchester University Press, 1994; The Shakespearean Marriage: Merry Wives and Heavy Husbands (Macmillan, 1998.

Professor Robert Miles

Publications include:Gothic Writing 1750-1820: A Genealogy (1993); Ann Radcliffe: The Great Enchantress (1995).

Professor Sara Mills

Publications include: Discourses of Difference: Women's Travel Writing and Colonialism (1991).

Dr. Mary Peace

Publications include: "Luxurious Sexualities and the Body Politic in Eighteenth-Century Britian in At the Borders of the Human" and "The Economy of Nymphomania: Luxury, Virtue, Sentiment and Desire in Mid-Eighteenth Century Medical Discourse." eds. S Wiseman et al (Macmillan, 1998).

Professor Judy Simons

Publications include:Fanny Burney (1987); Diaries and Journals of Literary Women: From Fanny Burney to Virginia Woolf (1990); What Katy Read: Feminist Re-readings of Classic Stories for Girls 1850-1920 (1995; with Shirley Foster)

Dr. Noel Williams

Member of CIRG with expertise in CD-ROM and hypertext technology.

Dr. Michael Worboys, Project Director



For further information about the Corvey project or opportunities for further postgraduate and postdoctoral research in the Cultural Research Institute, please contact:

Dr. Robert Miles
School of Cultural Studies, Collegiate Campus
Sheffield Hallam University
S10 2BP, United Kingdom.

Tel: 0114 225-2256
Fax: 0114 225-4403

If you have any comments or suggestions you wish to make, please email the project team.