Katherine Wakely-Mulroney is an Assistant Professor in the Division of English, where she specialises in children’s literature of the long eighteenth century and the histories of reading, memory, and recitation. Katherine received her PhD from the University of Cambridge, and completed her postdoctoral research at NTU’s Centre for Liberal Arts and Social Sciences. She is currently working on a monograph provisionally titled Much in Little: Children’s Literature in the Long Eighteenth Century, which explores the relationship between theories of child development, the materiality of children’s books, and the form and typography of children’s literature.
Katherine is the co-editor of The Aesthetics of Children’s Poetry: A Study of Children’s Verse in English (Routledge, 2017). Her work has appeared in The Review of English Studies, Book History, Texas Studies in Literature and Language, and the Journal for Eighteenth-Century Studies, and is forthcoming in The Cambridge Guide to the Eighteenth-Century Novel, 1660-1820 (ed. April London) and The Cambridge History of Children’s Literature in English (eds. Eugene Giddens, Zoe Jaques, and Louise Joy).
British literature of the long eighteenth century
Children’s literature of the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries
The history of reading
Devotional and pedagogical literature
HL2004 Sensibility and Romanticism
HL2042 Children’s Literature
HL4018 Advanced Studies in Romanticism
HL4039 Advanced Children’s Literature