School Of English, Drama & Film
Lucy Cogan joined the School of English, Drama and Film in 2016. Previously, she lectured at Queen's University Belfast and De Montfort University, Leicester. She completed her undergraduate and master's degree at UCD and her PhD at Cambridge University.
Lucy works on issues surrounding politics in the long-eighteenth century, including gender, radicalism and religion.
| Year 2010 Institution: University of Cambridge
Qualification: PhD Subject:
|Lucy Cogan (2014) 'Subjectivity, Mutuality and Masochism: Ahania in The Book of Ahania and The Four Zoas' In: Tristanne Connolly and Helen Bruder (eds). Sexy Blake. Basingstoke: Palgrave. , pp.21-34 [DOI] [Details]|
|Lucy Cogan (2017) 'William Blake's Monstrous Progeny: Anatomy and the Birth of Horror in The Book of Urizen' In: Christ Bundock and Elizabeth Effinger (eds). Blake's Gothic Imagination: Bodies of Horror. Manchester, UK: Manchester University Press. [Details]|
|Lucy Cogan (Ed.). (2016) Confessions of the Nun of St. Omer by Charlotte Dacre. London: Routledge. [Details]|
Peer Reviewed Journals
|Lucy Cogan (2015) 'William Blake's The Book of Los and the Female Prophetic Tradition'. Romanticism, 21 (1):48-58. [DOI] [Details]|
|Lucy Cogan (2016) 'Sarah Butler's Irish Tales, a Jacobite Romance'. Eighteenth-Century Fiction, . [Details]|