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Dr Catherine Charlwood

Dr Catherine Charlwood

IDEAL Research Translation and Impact Manager

 

Overview

Catherine’s literature doctorate was interdisciplinary with psychology looking at memory within poetry. She has published on a variety of literary topics including ageing in the novels of Kazuo Ishiguro.

Co-host of LitSciPod: The Literature and Science Podcast, Catherine is committed to finding new ways for research to reach a wider public. As Research Translation and Impact Manager for the IDEAL project, she seeks to share the many findings of this important study with the varied stakeholder audiences who stand to benefit. As a former teacher, Catherine is particularly interested in bringing research impact to school students and teachers.

Qualifications

  • BA in English Literature, Sidney Sussex College, University of Cambridge (2009)
  • MPhil in American Literature, Sidney Sussex College, University of Cambridge (2010)
  • PhD in English and Comparative Literary Studies, University of Warwick (2017)
  • Associate Fellow of the HEA (2019)

Research

Research interests

  • Memory and identity
  • Dementia
  • Interdisciplinarity
  • Impact and public engagement
  • Research translation

Research projects

  • Improving the experience of Dementia and Enhancing Active Life (IDEAL)

Grants/Funding:

  • 2019 British Association of Victorian Studies (BAVS) Research Funding Award for ‘Mutual Improvement Societies in Nineteenth-century Wales: The Lie of the Archival Landscape’
  • 2013 US-UK Fulbright Commission, American Studies Scholarship

Publications

Key publications | Publications by category | Publications by year

Publications by category


Books

(2016). Interpreting Primo Levi., Palgrave Macmillan US.

Journal articles

Charlwood C (In Press). 'WHAT PROFIT?': THE MORALITY OF MOURNING AND REMEMBERING IN HARDY'S VERSE. Thomas Hardy Journal, 33, 14-32.
Charlwood C (2020). National Identities, Personal Crises: Amnesia in Kazuo Ishiguro's the Buried Giant. Open Cultural Studies, 2(1), 25-38. Abstract.
Charlwood C (2018). "stop. and Remember": Memory and Ageing in Kazuo Ishiguro's Novels. American, British and Canadian Studies, 31(1), 86-113. Abstract.
Charlwood C (2018). 'Habitually Embodied' Memories: the Materiality and Physicality of Music in Hardy's Poetry. Nineteenth-Century Music Review, 17(2), 245-269. Abstract.
Charlwood C (2018). “[Dont] leave the science out”: an argument for the necessary pairing of cognition and culture. Configurations, 26(3), 303-310.

Publications by year


In Press

Charlwood C (In Press). 'WHAT PROFIT?': THE MORALITY OF MOURNING AND REMEMBERING IN HARDY'S VERSE. Thomas Hardy Journal, 33, 14-32.

2020

Charlwood C (2020). National Identities, Personal Crises: Amnesia in Kazuo Ishiguro's the Buried Giant. Open Cultural Studies, 2(1), 25-38. Abstract.

2018

Charlwood C (2018). "stop. and Remember": Memory and Ageing in Kazuo Ishiguro's Novels. American, British and Canadian Studies, 31(1), 86-113. Abstract.
Charlwood C (2018). 'Habitually Embodied' Memories: the Materiality and Physicality of Music in Hardy's Poetry. Nineteenth-Century Music Review, 17(2), 245-269. Abstract.
Charlwood C (2018). “[Dont] leave the science out”: an argument for the necessary pairing of cognition and culture. Configurations, 26(3), 303-310.

2016

(2016). Interpreting Primo Levi., Palgrave Macmillan US.

Refresh publications

External Engagement and Impact

Awards


Editorial responsibilities

  • On the Editorial Board for The Thomas Hardy Journal and The Hardy Society Journal

Invited lectures

  • ‘The Ballad’ at Johannes Gutenberg Universität Mainz on module ELC 124: Poetic Forms (2020)
  • ‘“Infanticide Made Easy: The Case of Godfrey’s Cordial’, Bangor University’s School of Languages, Literatures and Linguistics Research Seminar (2019)

Teaching

Supervision / Group

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