Dr Sophie Corser is an Associate Lecturer in the English and Comparative Literature Department. She completed her PhD at Goldsmiths in 2018, and is preparing her thesis 'Against Joyce: Ulysses, Authorship, and the Authority of the Reader' for publication as a monograph. She is a contributor to The Year's Work in English Studies, reviewing criticism on James Joyce each year. Her other current projects include articles on rewritings of Ovid and on the novels of Barbara Trapido. She has worked as an editor for several years, most recently from 2014-16 as the editor of the Modern Humanities Research Association's PG and ECR Journal Working Papers in the Humanities.
- BA (Hons) English (Goldsmiths, 2010)
- MA Comparative Literary Studies: Modern Literature (Goldsmiths, 2011)
- PhD English (Goldsmiths, 2018)
Sophie currently teaches on the first year undergraduate course Explorations in Literature. She also lectures on Joyce’s Ulysses for the second-year undergraduate course Moderns.
Sophie is also the convenor and teacher on the core MA module, Studies in Comparative Literature and Criticism
Lovers’ Discourses: Marcel Proust’s Swann in Love and E. M. Forster’s A Room with a View
Corser, Sophie. 2017. Lovers’ Discourses: Marcel Proust’s Swann in Love and E. M. Forster’s A Room with a View. In: , ed. Narrating the Passions: New Perspectives from Modern and Contemporary Literature. Oxford: Peter Lang. ISBN 978-1-78707-121-6
Against Joyce: Ulysses, Authorship, and the Authority of the Reader
Corser, Sophie. 2018. Against Joyce: Ulysses, Authorship, and the Authority of the Reader. Doctoral thesis, Goldsmiths, University of London