Sophie Corser is an Associater Lecturer and PhD candidate, working on a thesis which explores the ways in which James Joyce’s Ulysses provokes a questioning of the roles of authors and readers. She has also worked as an editor for several years, most recently from 2014 to 2016 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, ongoing)
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.