I thought I’d write this blog as I reach the end of a 18-month period working at Keats House Museum in Hampstead. Last Friday, the Principal Curator (Rob Shakespeare) and I were interviewed by a film crew for a short educational piece. I ended up writing my answers down so I thought I’d repurpose them and create a post.
I spent a year in a full-time training position at the museum after I completed my PhD, and since October 2018 I worked part-time alongside teaching at Cardiff. In September 2019 I am thrilled to say I will start a fixed-term one year role as a Lecturer in English Literature (Romanticism) at Cardiff University. I will maintain connections with Keats House and the City of London, running some academic talks in the upcoming months. It’s been a wonderful place to work. Here’s a little piece about the House and why you should visit – especially now, as we mark 200 years since John Keats lived in the building and composed some of his best loved poems under the banner of #Keats200!
What can a visitor find at Keats House?
Our visitors tell us that the House allows them to …read more