Miss Cleo O'Callaghan Yeoman
Literature and Languages - Division Stirling
Cleo O'Callaghan Yeoman is a SGSAH AHRC-funded PhD researcher, supervised by Professor Katie Halsey (University of Stirling), Dr Gerard McKeever (University of Edinburgh), and Professor Matthew Sangster (University of Glasgow). Her research focuses on analysing the relationships between novel reading and ideas of 'improvement' in Scotland between the years 1800 and 1837, with specific reference to the novels of Scottish authors Mary Brunton, Susan Ferrier, John Galt, Elizabeth Hamilton, James Hogg, and Walter Scott. Her work has appeared in The Eighteenth Century: Theory and Interpretation and The Burney Journal. Cleo is also Newsletter Editor for the Romance, Revolution and Reform journal and Postgraduate Representative for the British Association for Romantic Studies (BARS).
SGSAH AHRC Doctoral Training Partnership Scholarship