Christinna currently teaches English, Media and History of Art on the Humanities Foundation Programme, and has also contributed to teaching in English, including the modules 'Waterscapes', 'Postcolonial Writing: Power, Art and Protest', 'Reading English', 'Literary and Cultural Theory', and 'World, Time and Text'.
Christinna completed her PhD at LJMU in 2020, and her doctoral research explored the form and aesthetics of semi-peripheral literature and engaged in current debates about the intersections of postcolonial, comparative and world-literature.
Christinna has also worked as a Research and Events Assistant on the British Academy and AHRC funded War Widows’ Stories project.
2012, University of Warwick, United Kingdom, MA English Literature
2011, University of Warwick, United Kingdom, BA English and German Literature
Liverpool John Moores University, United Kingdom, PhD English Literature
Associate Lecturer, English Literature, Anglia Ruskin University, 2018 - 2019
Research and Events Assistant, English, Liverpool John Moores University, 2018 - 2020
Hazzard C. 2020. Nordic Noir and the Postcolonial North Guðmundsdóttir G, Meaney G. Bloomsbury Academic
Carbajal AF, Averis K, Hobbs C. 2017. Unsettling communities: 'Minor, minority and small literatures in Europe' International conference, IMLR, February 2017 Journal of Romance Studies, 17 :109-111 DOI
Hobbs C. Review: Gohrisch, J. and Grunkemeier, E., Postcolonial Studies across the Disciplines and Shaw, J., et al., Storytelling: Critical & Creative Approaches Journal of Postcolonial Writing, 51 :242-244 DOI
Hobbs C. Review: Om, D., and Kich, M., Theory in the Global Age: Interdisciplinary Essays and David Huddart, Involuntary Associations: Postcolonial Studies and World Englishes Journal of Postcolonial Writing, 51 :365-367 DOI
Hazzard C. Semi-Peripheral Realism: Nation and Form on the Borders of Europe O Donghaile D, Menozzi F, Norquay G. Public Url