Iona Murphy is a final year English Literature PhD student at The University of Huddersfield. Her research explores the representation of body dysmorphia and ableism in Sylvia PlathÕs The Bell Jar, ÔJohnny Panic and the Bible of Dreams,Õ and ÔTongues of Stone.Õ Her research areas of interest are modern American female poetry, Queer Theory, and Disability Studies. She is a seminar tutor and an Associate Fellow of the Higher Education Academy.
She can be found on Twitter & Instagram at: write_with_iona
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Bringing Disability Studies into Undergraduate Seminars
This article is part of the USSO special series Resilience/Renewal: Shifting Landscapes in American Studies For decades, American Studies in the UK has had a glaring underrepresentation in terms of […]