Lillian Hingley is a sessional tutor at Warwick's English Department, where she convenes and teaches the modules Modernist Cultures and Transatlantic Modernist Poetry for the 2021/22 academic year. She also teaches at the University of Oxford's English Faculty and various Oxford colleges.
Her PhD thesis is entitled 'Theodor Adorno and Anglophone Modernist Literature' and explores Theodor Adorno's interest in and interpretations of the writers Dickens, Beckett, Joyce and Huxley in his critical theory. She is especially interested in literature from the 18th century to the present day, the intersection between literature and theory, modernist literature (especially British, Irish, US, French, German and Japanese modernism), Irish Studies, philosophy and Jewish literature and thought. She has had articles published in Telos and Journal of Modern Literature, as well as reviews published in James Joyce Quarterly, Notes and Queries and The Beckett Circle.
Some of her favourite writers, artists and thinkers include Jane Austen, John Keats, Charles Dickens, James Joyce, Gertrude Stein, Walter Benjamin, Theodor Adorno, Samuel Beckett, Hélène Cixous, Angela Davis, Tove Jansson, bell hooks, Anna Burns, Sally Rooney and Charli XCX.
DPhil English, University of Oxford (Hertford College).
MA English, University of Warwick.
BA English, University of Warwick.
For more information on her research and teaching, please visit her website here.
Office hours (Term 1 2021/22):
Tuesdays (in person) 1pm-2pm
Fridays (online) 2pm-3pm
Email: Lillian.Hingley [AT] warwick.ac.uk