Gillian (Jill) Rudd has teaching and research interests in Medieval English literature and ecocriticism, on which she has published several books, chapters and articles and also children's literature, on which she has published less. She also teaches on the women's writing module (mainly C19th and C20th) and close reading module. She is currently on the advisory board for two environmentally oriented journals, Green Letters (the journal of the Association for the Study of Literature and the Environment in UK and Ireland) and Medieval Ecocriticisms and also for Boydell and Brewer's Medieval and Environment series.
During second semester of 2019-20 her main consultation and feedback hour will be Thursdays 1.00-2.00, when she is likely to be found in room 2.04 as her usual attic is being re-roofed. People wishing to drop in for consultation or chat are best advised to email first, just to be sure.
Prizes or Honours
- Sir Alastair Pilkington Teaching Award (University of Liverpool, 2005)