Christina Brennan is an AHRC-funded PhD researcher in English Literature and American Studies at the University of Manchester. Christina’s thesis is on American post-apocalyptic literature and television and her research interests include genre, dystopia, and contemporary Anglo-American fiction and memoir. She tweets at @cmbrennan92_

Review: ‘Collaboration in America and Collaborative Work in American Studies’

Co-organised by postgraduates at the Universities of Glasgow and Strathclyde, the conference charted the range of collaborative practices that are emerging in American Studies, whilst also recognising the wider responsibilities of researchers to work beyond traditional academic spaces and foster partnerships with educational, cultural and public bodies. Continue reading