Iain Crawford, Faculty Director, Undergraduate Research Program, University of Delaware
Faculty Director, Undergraduate Research Program, University of Delaware
Past-President, Dickens Society
President-Elect, Council on Undergraduate Research
Iain Crawford holds a B.A. in English and Greek Civilization from the University of Leeds and a Ph.D from the University of Leicester. In addition to his appointment in the department, he also serves as UD's Faculty Director of Undergraduate Research. His current book project, Contested Liberalisms: Dickens, Martineau, and the Victorian Press, places Charles Dickens and Harriet Martineau in dialog to create a lens through which to examine the development of Victorian journalism in a transatlantic context. Work from this project has appeared in Nineteenth-Century Literature and the collections Charles Dickens and the Mid-Victorian Press 1850-1870, Dickens and Massachusetts: The Other America (U of Massachusetts Press) and Journalism and the Periodical Press in Nineteenth-Century Britain (Cambridge U Press). Dr. Crawford recently completed a term as President of the Dickens Society and is currently President-elect of the Council on Undergraduate Research (CUR).
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