Research Director, Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences
Professor of Twentieth-Century Literature
Department of English
Queen Mary, University of London
Scott McCracken's research interests include literature and culture 1880-1930, modernism, gender, critical theory and popular fiction.Before taking up a Chair in English at Keele in 2005, Scott McCracken taught at the University of Salford and then Sheffield Hallam University.
He was Fulbright Scholar at Stanford University 1995-1996, and Visiting Professor at the University of British Columbia in 2005.He is PI for the Richardson Editions Project, which is funded by an AHRC major standard grant and is co-organiser with Daniela Caselli and Andrew Thacker of the Northern Modernism Seminar.
Scott is General Editor of the forthcoming volumes of Richardson’s Collected Letters and fiction (OUP, 2015-2020) and Principal Investigator of the Richardson Editions Project. He is editor of Pilgrimages: a Journal of Dorothy Richardson Studies. His publications include Masculinities, Modernist Fiction, and the Urban Public Sphere (Manchester University Press, 2007) and The Cambridge Companion to Popular Fiction co-edited with David Glover.
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