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Inaugural Lecture: Professor Katherine Baxter

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Following her first degree in English and Hebrew, Katherine was awarded her Ph.D. from the University of Glasgow in July 2003. She then worked for several years in London both as a lecturer and as a cataloguer and curator at the British Library. In 2007 she was appointed as Research Assistant Professor in Cross-Cultural Studies in English at the University of Hong Kong. She then moved, in 2010, to the United States where she was a lecturer at Stanford University before joining Northumbria University in 2011.

Katherine’s work is characterized by her longstanding interest in cross-cultural and interdisciplinary scholarship. Colonial and postcolonial literatures form the main focus of her research alongside an interest in literary multilingualism, and law and literature studies.

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