James Bainbridge is the deputy director of Go Higher the University of Liverpool's access diploma in the Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences. In the Department of English he 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.
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