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Dr Julie Taylor

Senior Lecturer

Department: Humanities

I joined Northumbria in 2012 from a lectureship at Lady Margaret Hall, Oxford, where I held the Randall MacIver Junior Research Fellowship 2010-2012. I completed my PhD in the Department of English and Related Literature at the University of York in 2010 after a Master’s degree at York and a BA in English at Somerville College, Oxford.

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Office: Lipman 416E

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  • Making Contact: Affect, Queer Historiography, and "Our Djuna", Taylor, J. 2019, Shattered Objects, The Pennsylvania State University Press
  • Mechanical Reproduction: The Photograph and the Child in the Crisis and The Brownies’ Book, Taylor, J. 20 Feb 2019, In: Journal of American Studies
  • Cultivating Childishness: The Gertrude Stein First Reader and the Reparative Turn in Criticism, Taylor, J. 29 Nov 2018, In: Tulsa Studies in Womens Literature
  • Modernism and Affect, Taylor, J. May 2015
  • On Holding and Being Held: Hart Crane's Queer Intimacy, Taylor, J. Dec 2014, In: Twentieth-Century Literature
  • Djuna Barnes and affective modernism, Taylor, J. Feb 2012
  • Revising The Antiphon, Restaging Trauma; or, where sexual politics meet textual history, Taylor, J. Jan 2011, In: Modernism/Modernity
  • "The Voice of the Prophet": From astrological quackery to sexological authority in Djuna Barnes's 'Ladies Almanack', Taylor, J. 2009, In: MFS Modern Fiction Studies

  • Kieron Fairweather Remapping the Metropolis: Writing the City in Djuna Barnes and Jean Rhys Start Date: 01/10/2016 End Date: 04/03/2020
  • Eret Talviste Strange Intimacy: Affect, Embodiment, Materiality, and the Non-Human in Virginia Woolf and Jean Rhys Start Date: 01/10/2016 End Date: 18/03/2020

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