Yvonne Reddick researches literature and the environment. Her specific research interests include:
- Poetry and the environment (ecopoetics)
- Ted Hughes’s poetry
- Anthropocene studies
- Postcolonial literature
Selected scholarly publications:
‘ “Icthyologue”: Freshwater Biology in the Poetry of Ted Hughes’. Interdisciplinary Studies in Literature and Environment (Oxford Journals) 108 (September 2014) 1-20.
‘Henry Williamson and Ted Hughes: politics, nationhood and nature-writing’. English (Oxford Journals) 62.39 (Winter 2013) 253-74.
‘ “After Lorca” ’: Ted Hughes and the Influence of Federico García Lorca’, Modern Language Review 108.13 (July 2013) 703-22.
Read these articles here on academia.edu! https://uclan.academia.edu/YvonneReddick
Ted Hughes: Environmentalist and Ecopoet (book). Palgrave Macmillan: September 2017.
September 2013 – present: Research Fellow in Modern English and World Literatures, University of Central Lancashire. Tenured.
April 2013-August 2013: Early Career Fellow, Institute of Advanced Study, University of Warwick