Dr Maureen McCue
Lecturer in 19th Century Literature
Position: Lecturer in Nineteenth-century Literature
Location: Room 208
Phone: 01248 382107
I joined the School of English in 2013, having previously taught at the University of Glasgow. My first monograph, British Romanticism and the Reception of Italian Old Master Art, 1793-1840 (Ashgate, 2014), was short-listed for the 2015 British Association of Romantic Studies First Book Prize. My current project, Social Media: Women, Pictures and Print, 1750-1830, examines the ways in which women’s visual lives informed eighteenth-century and Romantic literature and print culture.
I am particularly interested in supervising postgraduate research on Romantic-period visual culture and any aspect of the cultural relationship between Britain and Italy in the long nineteenth century.
Postgraduate Taught Modules
- QXE4015 Introduction to Literary Theory, Scholarship and Research
- QXE 4042 Revolution and Modernity
- QXE1015 Landmarks in Literature
- QXE1014 The Gothic in Literature and Film
- QXE1013 Reading, Thinking, Writing
- QXE1005 Travellers' Tales
- QXE1006 Exploring America
- QXE2020 The Romantic Period in Britain
- QXE2005 Victorian Period
- QXE2003 Jonson to Johnson
- QXE3051 Nineteenth-century British Writers in Italy
- QXE3102 Print Explosion: The 1820s
- QXE3099 Dissertation
I am willing to supervise a PhD
- Anglo-Italian relationships in the long nineteenth century
- Romantic-period print and visual culture
- Reception studies
- William Hazlitt’s art criticism and aesthetic philosophy
- Construction of nation and identity
- Intimate Distance: Thomas Stothard’s and J.M.W Turner’s illustrations of Samuel Rogers’s ItalyMcCue, M 2019, Intimate Distance: Thomas Stothard’s and J.M.W Turner’s illustrations of Samuel Rogers’s Italy. in I Haywood, S Matthews & ML Shannon (eds), Romanticism and Illustration . Cambridge University Press.
- Authorising Ariosto: The construction of Ariosto in Early Nineteenth-Century British PeriodicalsMcCue, M 2019, Authorising Ariosto: The construction of Ariosto in Early Nineteenth-Century British Periodicals. in JE Everson, A Hiscock & S Jossa (eds), Ariosto, the Orlando Furioso and English Culture. Proceedings of the British Academy, vol. 221, Oxford University Press.
- Guiding the Nation's Taste: Nineteenth-Century Periodicals and the Construction of the National Gallery in London, 1824-1842McCue, M 2018, Guiding the Nation's Taste: Nineteenth-Century Periodicals and the Construction of the National Gallery in London, 1824-1842. in Writing in the afe of William IV. Yearbook of English Studies, vol. 48, MHRA, pp. 13-30.
- Romantic Readers and Transatlantic TravelMcCue, M 2015, 'Romantic Readers and Transatlantic Travel: Expeditions and Tours in North America 1760-1840', Modern Language Review, vol. 10, no. 3, pp. 837-839. https://doi.org/10.5699/modelangrevi.110.3.0837
- British Romanticism and the Reception of Italian Old Master Art, 1793-1840McCue, M 2014, British Romanticism and the Reception of Italian Old Master Art, 1793-1840. Ashgate.
- Reverse Pygmalionism Art and Samuel Rogers’s ItalyMcCue, M 2013, 'Reverse Pygmalionism Art and Samuel Rogers’s Italy', Romantic Textualities: Literature and Print Culture, 1780–1840, vol. 21.
- “A Gallery in the Mind”: Hazlitt, the Louvre, and the Meritocracy of TasteMcCue, M 2008, '“A Gallery in the Mind”: Hazlitt, the Louvre, and the Meritocracy of Taste', Hazlitt Review, vol. 1.
- Yearbook of English Studies (Journal)
co-edited with Anne-Marie Millim and Rebecca Butler, Yearbook of English Studies: Literature during the Reign of William IV, vol. 48 (Modern Humanities Research Association).
Activity: Editorial activity (Editorial board member)
- Travel and the Marketplace
17 Sep 2014 – 18 Sep 2014
Activity: Participation in conference (Organiser)