Dr Clare Hutton
Programme Director for English, Loughborough University

I did my first degree, a BA in English, at Royal Holloway and Bedford New College, University of London.  Thereafter I returned to Dublin where I was born, to do the MPhil in Anglo-Irish Literature at Trinity College.  Then I studied at the University of Oxford, and continued to focus on the history of Irish literature 1886-1922, and completing a DPhil in 1999.  Before coming to Loughborough in 2004, I held a post at Cambridge (Munby Fellow in Bibliography, and Fellow of Darwin College, 1998-1999), and a post at the Institute of English Studies, University of London, 2000-2004, where I was principal researcher working on volume 5 of The Oxford History of the Irish Book (Clarendon Press, 2011). 
 

My monograph, Serial Encounters: Ulysses and the Little Review, is now in press with Oxford University Press.  It is a study of the textual and contextual significance of Ulysses as it appeared serially in the US periodical, the Little Review.