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Dr James Peacock

Humanities (American Studies)

Tel: 01782 733140

Mobile: 07504 230310

Research Institute: Humanities

Homepage: https://www.keele.ac.uk/english/people/jamespeacock/

Specialist Areas: Contemporary American fiction (particularly Paul Auster and Jonathan Lethem, but including many others); the relationship between Quakerism and eighteenth and nineteenth-century American literature; New York in contemporary literature; ethics and literature; detective fiction; the representation of diseases and neurological disorders in fiction, Philip K. Dick.

Dr Nick Bentley

Humanities (English)

Tel: 01782 733304

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Research Institute: Humanities

Homepage: https://www.keele.ac.uk/english/people/nickbentley/

Specialist Areas: Contemporary British fiction, literature and culture of the 1950s, the fiction of Martin Amis, Postmodernism and Postcolonialism, youth subcultures in British fiction and film, 1950-present.

Dr Tim Lustig

Humanities (American Studies)

Tel: Through press office

Mobile: Held by press office

Research Institute: Humanities

Homepage: https://www.keele.ac.uk/english/people/timothylustig/

Specialist Areas: Nineteenth and twentieth century American literature, contemporary American literature, Henry James, Mark Twain, twentieth century children\\\'s literature, the cultural history of readers and reading, representations of physical and psychological disorders in contemporary British and American fiction.

Professor David Amigoni

Tel: 01782 734925

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Homepage: https://www.keele.ac.uk/vco/provice-chancellors/researchandenterprise/

Specialist Areas: English, history, Victorian literature, language, culture, arts, Victorian period, Stoke, theatre, ageing, creativity, literary, research, Darwin, science, author, City of Culture, humanities, Keele University, community, research, enterprise, sociology.

Dr James Peacock

Humanities (American Studies)

Tel: 01782 733140

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Homepage: https://www.keele.ac.uk/english/people/jamespeacock/

Specialist Areas: Contemporary American fiction (particularly Paul Auster and Jonathan Lethem, but including many others); fiction, place and gentrification (especially New York, Brooklyn); the relationship between Quakerism and eighteenth and nineteenth-century American literature; detective fiction; the representation of diseases and neurological disorders in fiction; punk music (particularly The Clash).

Dr Nicholas Seager

Humanities (English)

Tel: 01782 733142

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Homepage: https://www.keele.ac.uk/english/people/nicholasseager/

Specialist Areas: Eighteenth-century literature, the novel, British history 1660-1830, religious history, political history, nonconformity/dissent, correspondence, satire, poetry, manuscripts, history of the book, Daniel Defoe, Robinson Crusoe, Jonathan Swift, Samuel Johnson, Jane Austen.

Dr Rebecca Bowler

Humanities (English)

Tel: 01782 733017

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Homepage: https://www.keele.ac.uk/english/people/rebeccabowler/

Specialist Areas: Twentieth century British fiction, modernism, modernist aesthetics, textual editing, women writers, Literary Impressionism, twentieth century food, food in literature, Dorothy Richardson, May Sinclair, Ford Madox Ford, H.D.

Dr Rachel Adcock

Humanities (English)

Tel: 01782 733144

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Homepage: https://www.keele.ac.uk/english/people/racheladcock/

Specialist Areas: Seventeenth-century literature, women\'s writing, dissent and activism, religion, English Revolution, memory, John Bunyan, Aphra Behn, textual editing.