(design, anthropology, material culture, environmental humanities)
Dr Polly Atkin (creative writing, ecopoetics, tourism, Lake District)
Dr Eleanor Bell (Scottish literature, the Scottish Sixties)
Professor Kirstie Blair (Scottish literature, Victorian literature and culture, children's literature)
Dr Jonathan Charley (political, cultural and social history of architecture and cities)
Dr Beatrice Colin (creative writing, the city, the wilderness, the garden)
Dr Sarah Edwards (architectural humanities, Edwardian and neo-Edwardian writing)
Dr Thomas Furniss (geological travel writing, Romantic-era Scotland)
Dr David Goldie (early 20th-century Scottish and British literature and popular culture)
Dr Churnjeet Mahn (travel writing and heritage, race and sexuality)
Dr Katharine Mitchell (cultural, literary and gender studies in the Italian context)
Dr Richard Niland (European and Latin American literature; Argentina in British literature)
Dr Beatriz Caballero Rodríguez (20th and 21st century History of Ideas in Spain and in exile)
Mrs Marion Sheridan (movement and space analysis in theatre, site-specific theatre).
Dr Caroline Verdier (French and Belgian literature, francophone identities)
Dr Kerri Andrews, Edge Hill University (literary networks in Romantic-era Bristol and Bath; cultural history of walking)
Professor Faye Hammill, University of Glasgow
Dr Sarah Galletly, James Cook University, Australia (Canadian and Australian literature and periodical cultures; mobility and travel)
Dr Rune Graulund, Center of American Studies, University of Southern Denmark (travel writing in desert and wilderness environments, empire, globalization and urbanisation).
Dr Anouk Lang, English, University of Edinburgh (literary modernism in the Anglophone world; digital humanities approaches, especially geospatial technologies)
Dr Angela Bartie, History, University of Edinburgh (arts in society, cultural policy, and arts festivals)
Celina Osuna, Arizona State University (20th century American literature, the desert, environmental humanities, critical theory)
We also have student members, consisting of doctoral candidates and students on the masters programme. They are invited to all events and meetings, and have access to funding and support for their own activities.
We have working relationships with a range of organisations, including: