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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.
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|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|