Dr Bryony Randall

  • Senior Lecturer (English Literature)

telephone: 01413306823
email: Bryony.Randall@glasgow.ac.uk

Research interests

Biography

Dr Bryony Randall is Senior Lecturer in English Literature. Her primary research interests are in modernist literature, particularly the early modernist period; editing modernism; and literature and the everyday. She has related interests in literary theory (particularly feminist and materialist approaches); women’s writing; literature and work; and literature and time.

She is co-General editor with Jane Goldman and Susan Sellers of the Cambridge University Press edition of the Works of Virginia Woolf, and is also co-editing with Laura Marcus the CUP edition of Virginia Woolf's short fiction. She is editing The Trap for the forthcoming Oxford University Press edition of Dorothy Richardson's PilgrimageShe was PI on the AHRC funded network on the New Modernist Editing, 2016-17: https://newmodernistediting.wordpress.com/. Her first book, Modernism, Daily Time and Everyday Life is published by Cambridge University Press (2007); she is co-editor with Jane Goldman of Virginia Woolf in Context (CUP, 2013); and she has published on a range of authors and topics in modernist and protomodernist literature including Virginia Woolf, Dorothy Richardson, Gertrude Stein, H.D., and fin de siècle short fiction. She is co-founder and treasurer of the Scottish Network of Modernist Studies, and is on the editorial board of the journal Pilgrimages: the journal of Dorothy Richardson studies. Ongoing research interests include the working woman writer 1880-1920, exploring the relationships between work, writing and gender in the early modernist period; and the one-day novel in twentieth and twenty-first century literature.


Selected publications

Randall, B. (2007) Modernism, Daily Time and Everyday Life. Cambridge University Press: Cambridge, UK. ISBN 9780521879842

Randall, B. (2009) Work, writing, vocation and quakers in Dorothy Richardson’s Pilgrimage. Pilgrimages: The Journal of Dorothy Richardson Studies(2),

Randall, B. (2010) Modernist literature and the everyday. Literature Compass, 7(9), pp. 824-835. (doi:10.1111/j.1741-4113.2010.00742.x)

Randall, B. (2010) 'Telling the day' in Beatrice Potter Webb and Dorothy Richardson: the temporality of the working woman. Modernist Cultures, 5(2), pp. 243-266. (doi:10.3366/mod.2010.0105)

Randall, B. (2013) Writing parties: Virginia Woolf's texts as guests. In: The Modernist Party. Edinburgh University Press: Edinburgh, UK, pp. 95-111. ISBN 9780748647316

Randall, B. (2013) Woolf and modernist studies. In: Randall, B. and Goldman, J. (eds.) Virginia Woolf in Context. Cambridge University Press: Cambridge, UK. ISBN 9781107003613


Supervision

Dr Randall welcomes postgraduate research proposals in any of her areas of interest. She his currently co-supervising a range of projects including Dorothy Richardson's Pilgrimage as double autobiography, the femninist politics of the work of Mina Loy, and the novels of Nan Shepherd; she has also recently co-supervised projects on the politics of aesthetics in modernist fiction, World War One poetry, H.D. and mysticism, and contemporary literature and work. She particularly welcomes any students interested in working on modernism and editing, or literature and the everyday.


All publications

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2018

Randall, B. (2018) The day of Orlando. In: Högberg, E. and Bromley, A. (eds.) Sentencing Orlando: Virginia Woolf and the Morphology of the Modernist Sentence. Edinburgh University Press: Edinburgh. ISBN 9781474414609 (In Press)

2016

Randall, B. (2016) A day’s time: the one-day novel and the temporality of the everyday. New Literary History, 47(4), pp. 591-610. (doi:10.1353/nlh.2016.0031)

2015

Randall, B. (2015) ‘[T]hey would have been the first to correct that sentence’: correcting Virginia Woolf’s short fiction. Textus: English Studies in Italy, 3, pp. 75-94.

Randall, B. (2015) Virginia Woolf’s The Waves and the everyday. LIT: Literature, Interpretation, Theory, 26(3), pp. 173-193. (doi:10.1080/10436928.2015.1061903)

Randall, B. (2015) What time is 'the next time'? Writing, gender and temporality in some short stories by Henry James. Journal of the Short Story in English, 64, pp. 191-206.

2013

Creasy, M. and Randall, B. (2013) Alternative 1910s [Special Issue]. Literature and History, 22(1),

Randall, B. and Goldman, J. (Eds.) (2013) Virginia Woolf in Context. Cambridge University Press: Cambridge, UK. ISBN 9781107003613

Randall, B. (2013) Woolf and modernist studies. In: Randall, B. and Goldman, J. (eds.) Virginia Woolf in Context. Cambridge University Press: Cambridge, UK. ISBN 9781107003613

Randall, B. (2013) Writing parties: Virginia Woolf's texts as guests. In: The Modernist Party. Edinburgh University Press: Edinburgh, UK, pp. 95-111. ISBN 9780748647316

2012

Randall, B. (2012) 'Everything depend[s] on the fashion of narration': women writing women writers in short stories of the fin-de-siecle. In: Kim, R. and Westall, C. (eds.) Cross-Gendered Literary Voices. Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 36-53. ISBN 9780230299870

Randall, B. and Margree, V. (2012) Fin de Siècle Gothic. In: Smith, A. and Hughes, W. (eds.) Victorian Gothic: An Edinburgh Companion. Edinburgh University Press: Edinburgh, UK. ISBN 9780748642496

2010

Randall, B. (2010) 'Telling the day' in Beatrice Potter Webb and Dorothy Richardson: the temporality of the working woman. Modernist Cultures, 5(2), pp. 243-266. (doi:10.3366/mod.2010.0105)

Jaffe, A. et al. (2010) Modern literature. Year's Work in English Studies, 89(1), pp. 790-901. (doi:10.1093/ywes/maq015)

Randall, B. (2010) Modernist literature and the everyday. Literature Compass, 7(9), pp. 824-835. (doi:10.1111/j.1741-4113.2010.00742.x)

2009

Bentley, N., Creasy, M., Grover, M., D'Monte, R., Harrison, A., Jaffe, A., Quinn, J., Radford, A., Randall, B. and Saunders, G. (2009) Modern literature. Year's Work in English Studies, 88(1), pp. 867-989. (doi:10.1093/ywes/map006)

Randall, B. (2009) Case studies in reading: key theoretical and critical texts. In: Tew, P. and Murray, A. (eds.) The Modernism Handbook. Series: Literature and culture handbooks. Continuum, pp. 90-111. ISBN 9780826488428

Randall, B. (2009) 'Funny, but no hybrid'; H.D., tea and expatriate identity. Symbiosis: A Journal of Anglo-American Literary Relations, 13(2), pp. 189-210.

Randall, B. (2009) George Egerton's 'A Lost Masterpiece': inspiration, gender, and cultural authority at the fin de siècle. In: Purdue, M. and Floyd, S. (eds.) New Woman Writers, Authority and the Body. Cambridge Scholars Publishing, pp. 1-20. ISBN 9781443806138

Randall, B. (2009) "Give him your word": legal and literary interpretation in Stevie Smith's "The Story of a Story". Law and Literature, 21(2), pp. 234-256. (doi:10.1525/lal.2009.21.2.234)

Randall, B. (2009) Work, writing, vocation and quakers in Dorothy Richardson’s Pilgrimage. Pilgrimages: The Journal of Dorothy Richardson Studies(2),

2007

Randall, B. (2007) Modernism, Daily Time and Everyday Life. Cambridge University Press: Cambridge, UK. ISBN 9780521879842

2006

Randall, B. (2006) John Gould Fletcher’s city aesthetic: London excursion. Literary London: Interdisciplinary Studies in the Representation of London, 4(1),

2001

Randall, B. (2001) Britain: twentieth-century diaries. In: Jolly, M. (ed.) Encyclopedia of Life Writing: Autobiographical and Biographical Forms. Fitzroy Dearborn: London, UK. ISBN 9781579582326

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Number of items: 23.

Articles

Randall, B. (2016) A day’s time: the one-day novel and the temporality of the everyday. New Literary History, 47(4), pp. 591-610. (doi:10.1353/nlh.2016.0031)

Randall, B. (2015) ‘[T]hey would have been the first to correct that sentence’: correcting Virginia Woolf’s short fiction. Textus: English Studies in Italy, 3, pp. 75-94.

Randall, B. (2015) Virginia Woolf’s The Waves and the everyday. LIT: Literature, Interpretation, Theory, 26(3), pp. 173-193. (doi:10.1080/10436928.2015.1061903)

Randall, B. (2015) What time is 'the next time'? Writing, gender and temporality in some short stories by Henry James. Journal of the Short Story in English, 64, pp. 191-206.

Creasy, M. and Randall, B. (2013) Alternative 1910s [Special Issue]. Literature and History, 22(1),

Randall, B. (2010) 'Telling the day' in Beatrice Potter Webb and Dorothy Richardson: the temporality of the working woman. Modernist Cultures, 5(2), pp. 243-266. (doi:10.3366/mod.2010.0105)

Jaffe, A. et al. (2010) Modern literature. Year's Work in English Studies, 89(1), pp. 790-901. (doi:10.1093/ywes/maq015)

Randall, B. (2010) Modernist literature and the everyday. Literature Compass, 7(9), pp. 824-835. (doi:10.1111/j.1741-4113.2010.00742.x)

Bentley, N., Creasy, M., Grover, M., D'Monte, R., Harrison, A., Jaffe, A., Quinn, J., Radford, A., Randall, B. and Saunders, G. (2009) Modern literature. Year's Work in English Studies, 88(1), pp. 867-989. (doi:10.1093/ywes/map006)

Randall, B. (2009) 'Funny, but no hybrid'; H.D., tea and expatriate identity. Symbiosis: A Journal of Anglo-American Literary Relations, 13(2), pp. 189-210.

Randall, B. (2009) "Give him your word": legal and literary interpretation in Stevie Smith's "The Story of a Story". Law and Literature, 21(2), pp. 234-256. (doi:10.1525/lal.2009.21.2.234)

Randall, B. (2009) Work, writing, vocation and quakers in Dorothy Richardson’s Pilgrimage. Pilgrimages: The Journal of Dorothy Richardson Studies(2),

Randall, B. (2006) John Gould Fletcher’s city aesthetic: London excursion. Literary London: Interdisciplinary Studies in the Representation of London, 4(1),

Books

Randall, B. (2007) Modernism, Daily Time and Everyday Life. Cambridge University Press: Cambridge, UK. ISBN 9780521879842

Book Sections

Randall, B. (2018) The day of Orlando. In: Högberg, E. and Bromley, A. (eds.) Sentencing Orlando: Virginia Woolf and the Morphology of the Modernist Sentence. Edinburgh University Press: Edinburgh. ISBN 9781474414609 (In Press)

Randall, B. (2013) Woolf and modernist studies. In: Randall, B. and Goldman, J. (eds.) Virginia Woolf in Context. Cambridge University Press: Cambridge, UK. ISBN 9781107003613

Randall, B. (2013) Writing parties: Virginia Woolf's texts as guests. In: The Modernist Party. Edinburgh University Press: Edinburgh, UK, pp. 95-111. ISBN 9780748647316

Randall, B. (2012) 'Everything depend[s] on the fashion of narration': women writing women writers in short stories of the fin-de-siecle. In: Kim, R. and Westall, C. (eds.) Cross-Gendered Literary Voices. Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 36-53. ISBN 9780230299870

Randall, B. and Margree, V. (2012) Fin de Siècle Gothic. In: Smith, A. and Hughes, W. (eds.) Victorian Gothic: An Edinburgh Companion. Edinburgh University Press: Edinburgh, UK. ISBN 9780748642496

Randall, B. (2009) Case studies in reading: key theoretical and critical texts. In: Tew, P. and Murray, A. (eds.) The Modernism Handbook. Series: Literature and culture handbooks. Continuum, pp. 90-111. ISBN 9780826488428

Randall, B. (2009) George Egerton's 'A Lost Masterpiece': inspiration, gender, and cultural authority at the fin de siècle. In: Purdue, M. and Floyd, S. (eds.) New Woman Writers, Authority and the Body. Cambridge Scholars Publishing, pp. 1-20. ISBN 9781443806138

Randall, B. (2001) Britain: twentieth-century diaries. In: Jolly, M. (ed.) Encyclopedia of Life Writing: Autobiographical and Biographical Forms. Fitzroy Dearborn: London, UK. ISBN 9781579582326

Edited Books

Randall, B. and Goldman, J. (Eds.) (2013) Virginia Woolf in Context. Cambridge University Press: Cambridge, UK. ISBN 9781107003613

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