Dr Martin Dubois
Lecturer in Victorian Literature
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- Telephone: +44 (0)191 208 7795
I completed my PhD in 2011 and joined the School in 2012, having taught previously at Teesside University.
BA (Leeds), MA (York), PhD (Cambridge)
Victorian poetry, especially Hopkins and Barnes; Victorian literature and religion; dialect poetry; nonsense writing; modernist poetry.
I am completing a book on Hopkins, which considers versions of religious experience in his poetry. I am also working on an article on the nonsense Edward Lear wrote in India in the 1870s.
- Dubois M. Forms. In: Herapath, Jonathan; Mason, Emma, ed. Nineteenth-Century Poetry: Criticism and Debates. Routledge, 2016, pp.193-201.
- Dubois M. Diary journals, correspondence, autobiography, and private voice. In: O'Gorman, Francis, ed. The Cambridge Companion to John Ruskin. Cambridge University Press, 2015, pp.216-229.
- Dubois M. Sermon and Story in George MacDonald. Victorian Literature and Culture 2015, 43(3), 577-587.
- Dubois M. Hopkins and the Burden of Security. Essays in Criticism 2013, 63(4), 435-457.
- Dubois M. Hopkins's Beauty. In: Bevis, M, ed. The Oxford Handbook of Victorian Poetry. Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press, 2013, pp.549-562.
- Dubois M. Styles of Translation: Hopkins' Bibles. Victorian Poetry 2012, 50(3), 279-296.
- Dubois M. William Barnes's Economy. The Cambridge Quarterly 2012, 41(3), 301-317.
- Dubois M. Diverse Strains: Music and Religion in Dickens's Edwin Drood. Journal of Victorian Culture 2011, 16(3), 347-362.
- Dubois M. The Month As Hopkins Knew It. Victorian Periodicals Review 2010, 43(3), 296-308.