Mapping Modernism

Panel: Lauren TerryKieron Fairweather, Matilda Blackwell


Lauren Terry | Nottingham Trent

Lauren is an Arts and Humanities Research Council and Midlands3Cities funded PhD researcher at Nottingham Trent University, undertaking a critical-creative study into the connection between memory, modernist poetic language, and the material object. She currently working on her first poetry collection.

Kieron Fairweather | Northumbria University

Kieron is in his second year of PhD studies in English Literature at Northumbria University. His research focuses on the works of Jean Rhys and Djuna Barnes and looks to rework practices of flânerie and psychogeography through the scope of affect studies.

Matilda Blackwell | University of Birmingham

Matilda is in the first year of her PhD in English Literature at the University of Birmingham, funded by the Midlands3Cities doctoral training partnership. Her research focuses on the bathroom as a performative/political/hygienic space in early twentieth- century British literature, particularly as it intersects with themes of queerness and the materiality of the body.