Fiona Wilson

MA, University of Glasgow. MA, PhD, New York University. Scholar and poet. Special interests in 18th- to 21st-century British and Irish literature, ecocriticism, poetry and poetics, and studies in Scottish culture. Recipient of fellowships and awards from the Institute of the Advanced Study of the Humanities, University of Edinburgh (2012), Keats-Shelley Association of America (2009), Hawthornden International Retreat for Writers (2008), the Center for Book Arts, New York (2007), and the Scottish Poetry Library (2006). Former chair of the Scottish Literature Discussion Group of the Modern Language Association. Author of essays published in Teaching Robert Louis Stevenson (MLA, 2013), Edinburgh Companion to James Hogg (Edinburgh University Press, 2012), Romanticism’s Debatable Lands (Palgrave, 2007), Keats-Shelley Journal (2005), and elsewhere. Poetry published in Literary Imagination, Edinburgh Review, From Glasgow to Saturn, Poetry Review, Literary Review. SLC, 2008–

Undergraduate discipline: Literature

Courses taught in Literature

Courses from previous years

  • British Literature Since 1945
  • Enchanted: The European Fairy Tale and Its Influence
  • Frankenstein Unbound
  • Green Romanticisms
  • Literary London
  • The Poetry Book: Text and Design
  • Dream Books: Irrationality in British Literature, 1790-1900
  • 20th-Century British Literature

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