Dr Rebecca Kosick
Co-DirectorBA (Mich), MA (Chic), MA (C'nell), PhD (C'nell)
Lecturer in Translation Studies
21, Woodland Road
+44 (0)117 928 7948
Rebecca Kosick joined the School of Modern Languages at Bristol in 2016. Her research focuses on 20th century and contemporary poetry and art in hemispheric America, with interests in word and image studies, experimental approaches to the practice and theory of translation, and materialisms old and new. She is currently at work on a book project entitled Word, Image, Object: On the Matter of Poetics in Hemispheric America.
Dr William Wootten
Co-DirectorBA (Cantab), MA (Edin), PhD (Dunelm)
Lecturer in Poetry and Creative Writing
3-5, Woodland Road
+44 (0)117 928 9124
William Wootten is the author of You Have a Visitor (Worple Press, 2016) and The Alvarez Generation: Thom Gunn, Geoffrey Hill, Ted Hughes, Sylvia Plath and Peter Porter (Liverpool University Press, 2015). Poems of his have appeared in magazines such as Poetry Review, PN Review, the Rialto, the Spectator and the Times Literary Supplement. His poem 'The Harvest' is included in Best British Poetry 2014, edited by Mark Ford (Salt). His essays and reviews have appeared in the Guardian, the London Review of Books and the Times Literary Supplement.
Mr Craig Savage
BA, MA (York)
Senior Research Associate in English Literature
School of Humanities
11, Woodland Road
Craig Savage works on the lyrics of Bob Dylan. He is editor of the journal special issue, ‘Things Have Changed’: Essays for Bob Dylan at Seventy (Equinox, 2013). In 2011, he was co-convener, with Daniel Karlin, of The Seven Ages of Dylan, an international conference held to mark Bob Dylan's seventieth birthday; the conference was covered by The Guardian, The Times and The Telegraph. His latest publication, 'Bob Dylan's American Adam,' appeared in the journal American Notes and Queries in 2017.