Patricia Pulham - Curriculum Vitae#

Educational Qualifications:
  • 2007 PGCert: University of Portsmouth
  • 2001 PhD Grown-Up Toys: Aesthetic Forms and Transitional Objects in Vernon Lee’s Supernatural Tales: School of English and Drama, Queen Mary, University of London
  • 1996 M.A. (Hons.) Modern English Studies: Writing and Society (1700-1820); Distinction: School of English and Drama, Queen Mary, University of London
  • 1995 B.A. (Hons.) in English; First Class: School of English and Drama, Queen Mary, University of London
  • PhD Supervision: 9 completions; 3 under supervision
  • PhD External Examining: 14 PhDs (Universities UK: Canterbury Christchurch, Exeter, Edge Hill University, Kent, Liverpool, Birkbeck, Glasgow, Goldsmith’s College, Hull, Birmingham, Queen Mary, University of London; Universities Overseas: Valencia, Sorbonne Nouvelle Paris 3, Australian National University, Málaga)

Keynote Lectures
  • Dis/Orientations and Dis/Entanglements in Contemporary Literature and Culture, University of Málaga, 21-23 September, 2022
  • Associazione Italiana di Anglistica, University of Catania, 15-17 September 2022
  • British Association of Decadence conference, 1-2 September 2021
  • Neo-Victorian Orientations, University of Málaga (16 May 2019)
  • VINS annual conference (Victorian and Neo-Victorian Network in Spain; 10 May 2017)
  • Victorian Popular Fiction’s Study Day on Victorian Collaborations at Manchester Metropolitan University (22 April 2017)

Conference Organisation:
  • Co-organiser and speaker, ESSE Conference 2021 panel (online, 30 Aug-3 Sept), Reorientations: Reading Neo-Victorianism in Contemporary Culture’ Lead Organiser and speaker, ‘Vernon Lee 2019’, British Institute Florence & Villa Il Palmerino, 30 May-1 June 2019
  • London Victorian Studies Colloquium (Royal Holloway, University of London, April, 2017)
  • Co-organiser and speaker, ESSE 2016 panel: ‘Tracing the Victorians: Material Uses of the Past in Neo-Victorianism’, University of Galway, July 2016

Membership of Funded Projects:
  • Member of the ORION project (led by Prof. Rosario Arias, University of Málaga)
  • Member of AHRC-funded ‘Popular Occulture’ network (led by Prof. Christine Ferguson, University of Stirling).

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