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Dr Catherine Wynne


Catherine Wynne

Senior Lecturer/ Director of Postgraduate Taught (English subject group) / Ambassador for the School of Arts FACE Employee Experience

Biography Catherine specialises in 19th and post-19th century literature and visual culture, with particular focus on the Gothic, war art, Victorian theatre, travel writing, and colony and empire.

She has published monographs on Bram Stoker and Arthur Conan Doyle, and has written a biography of Lady Butler, Victorian Britain’s leading war artist.

Catherine has spoken about Stoker at the British Library and has been a guest expert on her research areas for the BBC World Service, BBC Radio 3, BBC Radio 4 (Woman’s Hour) and BBC 2 television. She also co-wrote the voice-over for a Stoker documentary for Irish Television (RTÉ).
Research Interests - Bram Stoker
- Arthur Conan Doyle
- Lady Butler
- Gothic
- Victorian literature and culture
- War art from the Victorians to the First World War
- Victorian theatre
- Empire and colony
- Travel writing
Teaching and Learning - MA in English (Creative Writing and English Literature)
- Creative Writing and English
- English
- English and American Literature and Culture

- Gothic (level 6, Convenor)
- Voyage Out: Travel, Empire and Cultural Encounters (Level 5, Convenor)
- Reading Fiction (Level 4)
- Dissertation
- Bram Stoker: Literature, Theatre and the Gothic (Level 7, Convenor)
- Guided Independent Research Essay (Level 7)
- MA Dissertation (Level 7, Convenor)
Scopus Author ID Catherine Wynne