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Sam Solnick

William Noble Research Fellow
University of Liverpool

I am a research fellow at the University of Liverpool, mostly working on contemporary poetry and the relationships between literature and science. I am currently working on a new project that explores representations of climate change across literature, performance and visual culture.

Subjects: Literature

Biography

I mostly work on contemporary poetry and the relationships between literature and science. I have published work on JH Prynne, Ted Hughes, irony, the short story and site-specific performance. After teaching at Queen Mary and UCL I joined the department as the William Noble Research Fellow in 2015 and I am involved with the University of Liverpool’s Poetry and Science Hub and the Centre for New and International Writing. My first monograph, Poetry and the Anthropocene, explores questions of ecology, biology and technology in contemporary British and Irish poetry. I am currently working on a new project that explores representations of climate change across literature, performance and visual culture. I have written about literature and science in the TLS and the Independent and I am a contributing editor for the quarterly arts journal The White Review.

Areas of Research / Professional Expertise

    Poetry; Modern and Contemporary British and American Literature; Ecocriticism; Environmental Humanities; Literature and Science

Books