Tony Crowley

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Author: Tony Crowley

Tony Crowley did his undergraduate and doctoral work at Oxford and arrived at Leeds after stints at Southampton, Manchester (Chair of Language, Literature and Cultural Theory 1994-2004 and Scripps College, California (Hartley Burr Alexander Chair in the Humanities 2004-2013). His work covers a number of distinct but often over-lapping fields, including specifically: the politics of language; the interrelations between language and history in Britain and Ireland (Renaissance to the present); language and power; language and literature (any period); the use of ‘non-standard’ language in literature; the language and literature of Liverpool (1850-the present); Irish studies (Renaissance to the present); representations of Northern Ireland; the murals of Northern Ireland 1979-the present.

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