Duncan Hotchkiss

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  Division: Literature and Languages

  Email:  d.j.hotchkiss@stir.ac.uk

  Twitter: https://twitter.com/duncanhotchkiss

 

Title of research topic

James Hogg, Scottish Romanticism and the Short Story

Supervisors 

Dr Adrian Hunter

Dr Suzanne Gilbert

Background

I completed my MLitt in History at the University of Glasgow in 2014, after having completed my MA (Hons) in History, also at Glasgow, in 2011.  My MLitt dissertation title was:

 ‘On thee the poet’s pen shall dwell’: history from below and popular politics in the Gardyne Collection of Scottish Poetry, 1815-1838. 

My overall objective was to establish trends with regards to political ideology as discussed in Scottish poetry between 1815-1838.

Since then, I have completed a PGDE in Secondary History at the University of Strathclyde, and I am registered with the General Teaching Council for Scotland.

Research Interests

Scottish Literature and cultural history, The Long Eighteenth Century, Romanticism, Book History, popular politics and history from below, working-class literature, the short story

Academic Profile

Academia.edu profile

Awards and distinctions 

Best presentation at Stirling Arts & Humanities Postgraduate Conference, 2016

AHRC PhD studentship award – ‘Scottish Romanticism and the short story’

Funding awarded for study

My PhD is funded by the AHRC, and is tied to a larger project exploring James Hogg's contributions to various periodicals.  

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