Professor Jo Gill

Associate Dean for International and Development


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Telephone: 01392 724256

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Jo Gill is Professor of Twentieth-Century and American Literature in the Department of English. She teaches and researches in modern and contemporary English and American literature, and has particular interests and expertise in poetry, confessional and life writing, and in the cultures of the suburbs. Her most recent book, The Poetics of the American Suburbs, was published in 2013. Her article "'Quite the Opposite of a Feminist': Phyllis McGinley, Betty Friedan, and Discourses of Gender in Mid-Century American Culture" (Women's History Review, 2013) won the Arthur Miller Centre Prize for the year's best American Studies essay. She was the Principal Investigator of the Leverhulme Trust-funded "Cultures of the Suburbs International Research Network" (2011-14). Jo is now completing work on a new book entitled Modern American Poetry and the Architectural Imagination for which she was awarded a Leverhulme Research Fellowship (2015-16). She is a Senior Fellow of the Higher Education Academy. From January 2016, she has served as Associate Dean for International & Development in the College of Humanities. 

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