Dr Zlatina Nikolova
Lecturer in English and Film
Early 20th-century literary and visual cultures. Research interests include women-authored texts, autobiographical prose, and the British percpetion of Russian culture in the early 20th century. Other interests include the child protagonist and literature of the 20th century in translation.
Currently teaching on EAF1506 Interrogating Screens and EAS1032 Approaches to Criticism
My research interest include the visual and literary cultures of the early 20th century, writings about early film and early film technology, women-authored texts across the 20th century, autobiographical fiction, the representation of women across literary and visual culture, the child in fiction, literature in translations, and British percpetions of Russian culture in the early 20th century.
EAF1506 Interrogating Screens
EAS1032 Approaches to Criticism
I hold degrees from Royal Holloway University of London and Goldsmiths College. Completed in 2019, my PhD focussed on the early works of Winifred Bryher, more specifically her autobiographical prose and her involvement with the POOL Group and their endeavours at filmmaking, and the journal Close Up.
I have published work on Dorothy Richardson's film criticism for Close Up and another publication on the POOL Group's film Borderline is upcoming. I am currently working on my first monograph.