» Dr Anna Camilleri
Dr Anna Camilleri
BA English Language and Literature (Durham, 2006); MA in English Literary Studies (Durham, 2007); D.Phil. (Oxford, 2012)
Role or Position
Fixed Term Student (Career Development Fellow) in English
2003-2007: University College, Durham; 2007-2013: Balliol College (College Lecturer in English from 2009).
Literature in English 1650 to the Present.
Romanticism (primarily Byron); poetic form; classical reception; literary theory (particularly eighteenth- and nineteenth-century aesthetics).
'Byron's Arabesque', The Charles Lamb Bulletin (2012), 73-83.
‘Byron’s Belles Sauvages’, in The Place of Lord Byron in World History: Studies in His Life, Writings, and Influence, eds. Maria Schoina and Nic Panagopoulos (Lewiston, N.Y.: Edwin Mellen Press, 2012), 247-256.
Adventuring with quadrupeds and automobiles (not necessarily simultaneously), messing around in boats, baking.
Created: Tuesday 11th February 2014