Dr Camilla Bostock
School of Humanities and Performing Arts (Faculty of Arts, Humanities and Business)
My research interests lie primarily in modernism, contemporary literature and critical theory, especially deconstruction and ecocriticism; psychoanalysis; nonhuman animals and plants; and creative-critical writing.
- ‘Garden Grammatology (Extended Metaphor)’, Oxford Literary Review, 40:1 (2018), 38–54.
- ‘Prehistoric Life Writing: Letters from the Flood’, Mosaic, 50:3 (2017), 159–174.
- ‘Conversion Tables’, Oxford Literary Review, 37:2 (2015), 243–256.
- This Thing Called Literature: Reading, Thinking, Writing [review], Textual Practice, 29:6 (2015), 1191–1194.
- ‘Of Necessity, or Thinking the Unknown: Without Mastery: Reading and Other Forces’ [review], parallax, 21:1 (2015), 122–124.
- 'Word Hoard: a Dictionary of Lost Letters', Woodpeckings: The Dalziel Archive, Victorian Print Culture, and Wood Engravings (2016). Available online.
- 'Bloom', Quick Fictions (Brighton: Myriad Editions, 2015).
- 'Dogfish', Quick Fictions (Brighton: Myriad Editions, 2014).