Dr Andrew Rudd

Publications

Books

Sympathy and India in British Literature, 1770-1830, Palgrave Macmillan, 2011.

Articles

Romantic Period Writing and India', Literature Compass, Blackwell

The Other Robert Bloomfield: To Immagination (1800) and the Quest for an Authentic Poetic Voice, Studies in Romanticism, Graduate School Boston University

'Oriental' and 'Orientalist' Poetry: the Debate in Literary Criticism in the Romantic Period, Romanticism: the journal of romantic culture and criticism, vol. 1, no. 31, 53-62

Chapters

Shakespeare, Rule-Breaking and Artistic Genius: the Case of Sir John Soane, in Halsey K, Vine A (eds) , , 2017

Space, Sympathy, and Empire: Edmund Burke and the Trial of Warren Hastings, in Stock P (eds) The Uses of Space in Early Modern History, Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, 2015

India as Gothic Horror: Maturin's Melmoth the Wanderer and Images of Juggernaut in Early Nineteenth-Century Missionary Writing., in Towheed S (eds) New Readings in the Literature of British India, c.1780-1947. Studies in English Literatures, Stuttgart: Ibidem Verlag, 2007

Conferences

Robert Bloomfield's 'To Immagination' and Romantic Survey Poetry, Robert Bloomfield Society

Geographical morality at the trial of Warren Hastings, London School of Economics

Lord Teignmouth and the Evangelisation of Sir William Jones, British Society for Eighteenth Century Studies (BSECS) conference, University of Oxford

Reading Robert Southey in Colonial India, Open University History of the Book seminar, University of London

The Spirit of the Lake School in India: Bishop Heber's recycling of Robert Southey, British Association for Romantic Studies (BARS) conference, Roehampton University

Relocating Antiquity: Italy and British India, BSECS/ISECS conference, Federico II University of Naples

Missionaries, Myths and Monsters, Restoration to Reform seminar, University of Cambridge

Sensibility in a Hot Climate: European Bodies and Minds in Eighteenth-Century India, Faculty of English, Romantic period seminar graduate conference, University of Cambridge