In January 2018 I signed the contract to publish an edited monograph of my PhD thesis with Routledge.
This book will be part of the new series: ‘Routledge New Textual Studies in Literature’:
The Routledge New Textual Studies in Literature series seeks to shift the priorities of existing scholarship within the field, producing ground-breaking studies using archives, manuscripts, papers, collections, digital and facsimile collections, and all forms of primary texts and material. It will capitalise on the opportunity represented by the unprecedented wealth of primary materials now available to scholars working across this broad period. Amongst other things, the outputs in this series might
• Reappraise canonical authors or movements in relation to new or overlooked archival evidence, asking how the canon might look different in light of this
• Re-evaluate a well-known genre, movement, or idea through attention to a wide range of texts or primary material
• Exploit and explore the rich variety of texts and primary sources now available digitally or in newly accessible physical archives