Margaret Kean

Academic Position:
CUF Lecturer and Tutorial Fellow
College:
St Hilda's
Research Interests:
Early Modern

Margaret Kean is the Helen Gardner Fellow in English at St Hilda's College. She has been a University Lecturer and College Fellow at St Hilda's since 1999. She previously held the Margot Heinnemann post-doctoral Fellowship at Goldsmiths College in London and before that a Junior Research Fellowship at Mansfield College in Oxford. Margaret teaches Renaissance Literature including Shakespeare, Restoration and Eighteenth-Century Literature. Her current research interests are in 17thc literature, particularly the works of John Milton; the epic tradition in English; Philip Pullman's trilogy *His Dark Materials*; and literary journeys to Hell. She was invited by the City of London to give a lecture in 2008 to mark the quarter-centenary of the birth of the English poet, John Milton.

# Title Description Contributor
1 What is a Great Writer? An academic panel discussion.

In this panel discussion from the Great Writers Inspire Engage Event workshop, Dr Seamus Perry,...

Seamus Perry, Margaret Kean, Peter McDonald, Ankhi Mukherjee, Rebecca Beasley
2 Philip Pullman: Lyra's Oxford, Bodleian Library Masterclass

Acclaimed author of His Dark Materials Philip Pullman is interviewed by Margaret Kean on his new...

Phillp Pullman, Margaret Kean
# Title Description Contributor
1 What is a Great Writer? An academic panel discusses the question.

In this panel discussion from the Great Writers Inspire Engage Event workshop, Dr Seamus Perry,...

Seamus Perry, Margaret Kean, Peter McDonald, Ankhi Mukherjee, Rebecca Beasley