I currently divide my time equally between two roles. I am a Research Fellow with COPIM
(Community-led Open Publication Infrastructures for Monographs), an international partnership of researchers, universities, librarians, open access book publishers and infrastructure providers building community-owned, open systems and infrastructures to enable open access book publishing to flourish. I also work as a curator at the National Library of Scotland
, with particular responsibility for Scottish Communities and Organisations.
I am also the founder and one of the current editors of the Journal of the Northern Renaissance
, a member of the Radical Open Access Collective
EducationPh.D. in English Literature, Strathclyde University/Scottish Institute of Northern Renaissance Studies
MLitt. in Renaissance Studies, Scottish Institute of Northern Renaissance Studies (taught jointly by the Universities of Edinburgh, Glasgow, Stirling and Strathclyde) – Distinction
One year of AHRC-funded doctoral study at King’s College London (KCL), working towards a thesis on ecological crisis and late modernist poetry in Britain/the British Poetry Revival. Left after one year for health reasons.
M.A. in Literature, Culture and Modernity, Queen Mary University of London (QMUL)
B.A. (Hons) First Class in Philosophy & English Literature, University of Manchester – Michael Polanyi prizewinner
Work Shared in CORE
‘Bracket and Voice: William Drummond of Hawthornden’s Lunular Poetics
‘, Scottish Literary Review
, 12.2; Autumn/Winter 2020: 39-59 Henrietta Liston’s Travels: The Turkish Journals 1812–1820
, ed. by Patrick Hart, Dora Petherbridge & Valerie Kennedy (Edinburgh University Press, 2020)
‘Why (Not) Theatre? Stage, Screen, and Streaming in a Pandemic’, in Why the Theatre
, ed. by Sidney Homan. Oxford and New York: Routledge, 2020.
[with Dora Petherbridge], ‘The Eye of a Stranger: Henrietta Liston’s Turkish Journals
‘, Scottish Review of Books
14, published online 5 August 2019
‘Unpicking the Turkish Tapestry: Teaching Shakespeare in Anatolia’, in How and Why We Teach Shakespeare
, ed. by Sidney Homan. Oxford and New York: Routledge, 2019: 180-191. Studies in English: Proceedings from the Sixth International IDEA Conference
, ed. Patrick Hart. İstanbul: İKÜ Press, 2012.
Elsa Morante, The Song of the H.F. and of the U.M., in three parts
, trans. by Patrick Hart and Mariangela Palladino, with critical introduction by Patrick Hart. Oxford & Novi Ligure: Transference, 2007