Rosa Campbell

Rosa Campbell

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  • KY16 9AL

    United Kingdom

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Rosa (she/her) is a poetry scholar specialising in the work of twentieth and twenty-first century American women and queer writers. Her primary research and teaching interests include ideas of marginalisation and the “canon,” the relationship between poetry and visual art, contemporary poetics, and feminist/queer theory. Alongside her continued work on the New York School, her current research focus is the American poet and playwright V.R. “Bunny” Lang.

Rosa completed her PhD in 2020 at St Andrews, with a thesis titled 'The So-Called New York School: A Feminist (Re)Vision in Six Poets,' which was awarded the 2021 Samuel Rutherford Prize for most distinguished thesis in English Literature, Scottish History, Church History or Theology. She is currently revising this for publication as a monograph. She received an MPhil in Literatures of the Americas from Trinity College Dublin in 2015, and prior to that an MA (Hons) in English from St Andrews in 2014.

She is also a poet, and the author of Pothos (Broken Sleep Books, 2021), a book-length lyric essay on grief and houseplants.

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  • SDG 5 - Gender Equality


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