Dr Rosie Langridge

Dr Rosie Langridge

Assistant Administrator

Faculty of Arts, Humanities and Business

Associate Lecturer in English

Research Assistant for Impact (English and Creative Writing)


BA (York), MA (York), PhD (London) 

Teaching interests

This year, I will be teaching on the following undergraduate modules:

- Rewritings: Contemporary Literature and its Histories
- Modernism 
- Victorian Literature and Culture 
- American Crime Writing

Research interests

Nineteenth- and Twentieth-Century Literature

Literary Modernism
Media History
Theories of Communication
Postal Technologies and the GPO
E.M. Forster
Virginia Woolf
James Joyce
W.H. Auden
The GPO Film Unit 


Langridge R (2011) 'The tearful gaze in Elizabeth Gaskell's Ruth : Crying, watching and nursing' Journal of International Women's Studies 12, (2) 47-60


Book Reviews:

Rosie Langridge, ‘SEAN PRYOR. Modernism, Poetry, and an Imperfect World’, The Modern Language Review, (2019) 114 (2), pp. 366–367

Rosie Langridge, ‘JAMES PURDON. Modernist Informatics: Literature, Information and the State’, Review of English Studies, (2017) 68 (285), pp. 619-620

Rosie Langridge, ‘LAURA ROTUNNO. Postal Plots in British Fiction, 1840–1898: Readdressing Correspondence in Victorian Culture’, Review of English Studies, (2014) 65 (270), pp 566-568