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Humanities and Social Science

Dr Emily Cuming

Dr Emily Cuming

Telephone: 0151 231 3076

Publications

Book Reviews

Cuming EM. 2016. Home in British Working-Class Fiction Key Words: A Journal of Cultural Materialism, 14 :128-130

Cuming EM. Anglo-Irish Autobiography: Class, Gender and the Forms of Narrative Irish Studies Review, 14

Books

Cuming E. 2016. Housing, Class and Gender in Modern British Writing, 1880-2012 Cambridge University Press 9781107150188

Journal Articles

Cuming E. 2013. Private Lives, Social Housing: Female Coming-of-Age Stories on the British Council Estate Contemporary Women's Writing, 7 :328-345 >DOI

Cuming E. 2013. ‘Home is home be it never so homely’: Reading Mid-Victorian Slum Interiors Journal of Victorian Culture, 18 :368-386 >DOI

Cuming EM. 2006. ‘The Order of Things Past: Ciaran Carson’s Autobiographical Bricolage’ Life Writing, 1 :17-38

Chapters

Cuming EM. Leave to Remain: Bedsits, B&Bs and Borders in Contemporary Fictions of Asylum Briganti C, Mezei K. Living with Strangers Bloomsbury. London

Engagement & Impact

Conference organisation:

Conference name: Bodies, Identities & Design: A Speaker Event, Position: Organiser

Conference presentation:

Title of presentation: ‘Spaces of Co-Production: Reflections on Working with Community Organisations and Architects’ with Dr Lisa Procter and Gemma Nash (Venture Arts), Conference title: Changing the Future Research Landscape, Place/location of conference: University of East Anglia, Presentation type: Oral presentation

Title of presentation: Hospitable Research? (with Dr Alison Jeffers), Conference title: Changing the Future Research Landscape, Place/location of conference: University of East Anglia, Presentation type: Oral presentation

Title of presentation: ‘Unreliable Narration and the British Country House’, Conference title: The Country House in Britain, 1914-2013, Place/location of conference: University of Newcastle, Presentation type: Oral presentation

Title of presentation: ‘The Use of Domestic Evidence in the Production of Urban Knowledge: Henry Mayhew’s Morning Chronicle Investigation’, Conference title: Urban History Group, Place/location of conference: University of Wolverhampton, Presentation type: Oral presentation

Title of presentation: ‘Hospitality Praxis: Problematising the Power Relations of Co-Production Through the Arts of Hospitality’, Conference title: CSA: Cultural Studies Association, Place/location of conference: University of Riverside, California, Presentation type: Oral presentation

Title of presentation: ‘At Home in the World? Sailors’ Homes, Port Cities and Melville’s Redburn’, Conference title: Victorian World Literatures, Place/location of conference: University of Warwick, Presentation type: Oral presentation

Title of presentation: 'Beyond Hosts and Guests: Co-Production and Questions of Hospitality in Practice Research', Conference title: TaPRA: The Theatre and Performance Research Association, Place/location of conference: University of Bristol, Presentation type: Oral presentation

Title of presentation: ‘Looking Out for “Jack Ashore”: Ship-Shape Life in the Victorian Sailors’ Home', Conference title: Rethinking the Institution, Place/location of conference: Liverpool John Moores University, Presentation type: Oral presentation

Editorial boards:

Publication: Key Words: A Journal of Cultural Materialism, Position: Editor, URL: https://raymondwilliams.co.uk/journal/

Membership of professional bodies:

Fellow of the Higher Education Academy, Higher Education Academy

Research Grants Awarded:

AHRC Connected Communities, ‘Around the Toilet: Co-Creating Intersectional Understandings of Gender, Disability and Access’, Jenny Slater (Sheffield Hallam University); Lisa Procter (Manchester Metropolitan University), Grant value (£): 46,000, Duration of research project: 9 months

AHRC Connected Communities, ‘The Hospitality Project: Exploring Hospitality as an Arts-Based Praxis to Remake Relationships of Co-Production’, Naomi Millner (University of Bristol); Alison Jeffers (University of Manchester), Grant value (£): 55,000, Duration of research project: 11 months

AHRC Connected Communities, 'Travelling Toilet Tales', Jenny Slater (Sheffield Hallam University); Lisa Procter (Manchester Metropolitan University), Grant value (£): 20,000, Duration of research project: 4 months

AHRC Connected Communities, ''Servicing Utopia: Critical Considerations for Social Change Through Accessible Design', Lisa Procter (Manchester Metropolitan University); Jenny Slater (Sheffield Hallam University), Grant value (£): 10,000, Duration of research project: 4 months