Collaborative Research Projects
- Glasgow is a centre of excellence for Woolf studies, with two of the research cluster members (Goldman, Randall) in charge of The Cambridge Edition of the Works of Virginia Woolf.
- Our members currently lead and collaborate in a number of UK-based and international research networks and projects, including: the New Modernist Editing Network (led by Randall); the Decadence and Translation Network (led by Creasy); the Middlebrow Network (led by Hammill); the ‘Twenty Years’ Hence: Irish and Scottish Studies and the State of the Nation’ research network (co-investigator Maria-Daniella Dick); Hotels and the Modern Subject: 1890-1940 (co-investigator Kolocotroni); the Canadian Writing Research Collaboratory and ModNets (Board member Hammill). Recent projects include Popular Occulture in Britain 1875-1947 (co-investigator Radford).
- Our members are involved in interdisciplinary cross-University research activities, such as the Textual Editing Lab (co-director Randall); the Energy and Ecology Lab (director Williams); the Migrations and Displacement Lab (co-directors Kolocotroni, Spiro); the Medical Humanities Network (Miller); the Socialist Theory and Movements Research Network (co-director Kolocotroni).