Terri  Mullholland Author of Evaluating Organization Development

Terri Mullholland

Terri Mullholland holds a doctorate in English from the University of Oxford. Her teaching and research interests are in early twentieth-century women’s writing, modernism, and critical and cultural theory. She has published on Jean Rhys, Dorothy Richardson and May Sinclair.

Subjects: Literature


Terri Mullholland received her MA from Birkbeck, University of London and her DPhil from the University of Oxford. Her research interests explore the intersections of literature with spatial and architectural theory and she is particularly interested in the representations of domesticity and alternative domestic spaces. She is co-editor of Spatial Perspectives: Essays on Literature and Architecture (Oxford: Peter Lang, 2015)

Areas of Research / Professional Expertise

    Terri Mullholland has taught Critical Theory for the Department of Continuing Education at the University of Oxford and lectures on women’s writing and modernism.


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