James Bainbridge teaches and researches in eighteenth and twentieth-century literature. He is particularly interested in the influence of theology and natural sciences on the literature of the long-eighteenth century, narrative poetry, the work of Ezra Pound and Martin Heidegger, and emergent sexual identities in the twentieth century. He has published on George Crabbe and is currently writing a biography of the Birkenhead-born poet A.S.J. Tessimond. He is the literature convenor for the University's Go Higher programme.
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