About

Danni Glover is a researcher, writer, and project developer from Glasgow. Her DEL-funded thesis, Thomas Percy: Literary Anthology and National Invention was completed in 2017. Her other research interests include measuring empathy through engagement with fiction, campness in film and literature, and urban Romanticism. She is a contributor to the Year’s Work In English Studies, reviewing all publications on eighteenth-century novels. Academic memberships include British Society of Eighteenth Century Studies, the Eighteenth Century Literature Research Network in Ireland, the Association for Scottish Literary Studies, and Women in Academia Support Network. Her professional accomplishments include associate fellowship of the Higher Education Academy and an ILM in Leadership and Management. She has supervised undergraduate dissertations on Margaret Atwood and Vladimir Nabokov. Her voluntary experience includes work with Subcity Radio, The Rainbow Project NI, and the Education Authority (Northern Ireland).

In 2012 she was the recipient of the University of Glasgow’s Ewing Prize for excellence in the study of Scottish Literature, and in 2017 her paper ‘“The most elegant and amiable of men”: A study of the literary friendship of Thomas Percy and William Shenstone’ was nominated for the BSECS President’s Prize. Her academic writing can be found in Understanding Scotland Musically (Ashgate) and Suicide and the Gothic (Manchester UP). Her creative writing has been featured on MostlyFilm.com, The Honest Ulsterman, Gutter magazine, and New Writing Scotland.

In her free time, she enjoys exploring the city by bicycle, reading fiction, and perfecting her scone recipe.

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This blog is not affiliated with any professional or academic bodies and is intended entirely as a record of my personal writing. Everything on this blog is owned by me, Danni Glover! © 2020

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