Professor Keith Hanley

Professor

Profile

Keith Hanley studied English at Lincoln College, Oxford (MA, B.Litt). At Lancaster (Ph.D) he founded the Wordsworth Centre, which he directed from 1988-2000, and initiated the transfer of the John Howard Whitehouse Ruskin Collections from Bembridge school, directing the Ruskin Centre at Lancaster from 2000-2008. From 1994 he has co-edited the quarterly Nineteenth Century Contexts: An Interdisciplinary Journal (published by Routledge since 2002), currently with Alex Wettlaufer, University of Texas at Austin. He has held posts at a number of European universities and at Notre Dame, Indiana.

Since 1991 he has been a permanent member of the executive board of the American organisation, Interdisciplinary Nineteenth-Century Studies (INCS), which holds annual conferences throughout the United States and occasionally in Europe. He serves on the advisory board of Anglica: An International Journal of English Studies, Warsaw. His interest in nineteenth-century interdisciplinary studies is reflected in many edited collections of essays, for example, (with Ray Selden) Revolution and English Romanticism: Politics and Rhetoric, Prentice Hall/Harvester Wheatsheaf, 1990, (with Tony Pinkney and Fred Botting) Romanticism Theory Gender, Ryburn Publishing/Keele University Press, 1995, (with Alison Milbank) From Lancaster to the Lakes: The Region in LIterature, NWRS, 1992, and three collections on Ruskin, Art and Society. With Greg Kucich he co-edited the collection Nineteenth Century Worlds: Global Formations Past and Present (Routledge, 2008).

Memberships

Professor Hanley is a Fellow of the English Association and of The Royal Society of Arts. He is appointed as a trustee and director of the Shakespeare North Trust.

Becoming Ruskin: travel writing and self-representation in Praeterita
Hanley, K. 2011 In: Literature and Authenticity, 1790-1900. Ashgate
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Constructing cultural tourism : John Ruskin and the tourist gaze.
Hanley, K., Walton, J.K. 15/11/2010 Bristol : Channel View. 224 p. ISBN: 9781845411558.
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Introduction : Nineteenth-century cultural travel.
Hanley, K., Dickinson, R. 08/2009 In: Prose Studies : History, Theory, Criticism. 31, 2, p. 89-92. 4 p.
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Newman's path to Rome : the cultural geography of liberal assent.
Hanley, K. 2008 In: Newman and Truth. Louvain : Peeters p. 111-146. 36 p. ISBN: 9789042921405.
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Nineteenth-century worlds : global formations past and present.
Hanley, K., Kucich, G., Hanley, K., Kucich, G. 2008 London : Routledge. 293 p. ISBN: 9780415448291 (hbk.).
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John Ruskin's Romantic Tours, 1837-1838:Travelling North.
Hanley, K.A. 2007 The Edwin Mellen Press Ltd.
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Special Issue : Global formations past and present.
Hanley, K., Kucich, G. 2007
Other contribution

Ruskin's Struggle for Coherence: Self-Representation through Art, Place and Society.
Hanley, K.A., Dickinson, R. 2006 Cambidge Scholars Press. 205 p. ISBN: 1847180671.
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Ruskin's holy land.
Hanley, K. 2006 In: Ruskin’s struggle for coherence : self-representation through art, place and society. Newcastle : Cambridge Scholars Press p. 52-76. 25 p. ISBN: 9781847180674.
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"Things of which I need not speak": between the domestic and public in Wordsworth's poetry
Hanley, K.A. 1/12/2003 In: The Wordsworth Circle. XXXIV, 1, p. 39-43. 5 p.
Journal article

Textual issues and a guide to further reading.
Hanley, K.A. 2003 In: The Cambridge Companion to Wordsworth. Cambridge : Cambridge University Press p. 246-264. 19 p. ISBN: 0521646812.
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Joanna Baillie : A Selection of Plays and Poems.
Hanley, K.A., Gilroy, A. 2002
Other contribution

Wordsworth's : a poet's history.
Hanley, K. 2001 London : Palgrave. 264 p. ISBN: 0333918835.
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'Wordsworth's grand tour'
Hanley, K.A. 2000 In: Romantic geographies : discourses of travel, 1775-1844. Manchester : Manchester University Press p. 71-92. 22 p. ISBN: 071905785X.
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Walter Savage Landor.
Hanley, K.A. 1999 In: The Cambridge bibliography of English literature (1800-1900). Cambridge, [England] : Cambridge University Press p. 2183-2189. 7 p. ISBN: 0521391008.
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William Wordsworth.
Hanley, K.A. 1999 In: The Cambridge bibliography of English literature (1800-1900). Cambridge [England] : Cambridge University Press p. 492-510. 19 p. ISBN: 0521391008.
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The Shock of the Old : Wordsworth's Private Path to Rome.
Hanley, K. 1996 In: Mortal pages, literary lives : studies in nineteenth-century autobiography. Aldershot : Scolar Press p. 31-61. 31 p. ISBN: 1859282067.
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An annotated critical bibliography of Wordsworth.
Hanley, K. 1995 Prentice-Hall. 329 p. ISBN: 0133553485.
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Keeping mum : Wordsworth's Mother in White.
Hanley, K. 1995 In: News from nowhere. Keele : Keele University Press p. 80-104. 25 p. ISBN: 1853310891.
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Ruskin and the discourse of natural beauty.
Hanley, K. 1995 In: Ruskin and environment : the storm-cloud of the nineteenth century. Manchester : Manchester University Press p. 10-38. 29 p. ISBN: 0719043778.
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In Wordsworth's shadow : Ruskin and neo-romantic ecologies.
Hanley, K. 1993 In: Influence and Resistance in Nineteenth-Century Poetry. London : Macmillan p. 203-233. 31 p. ISBN: 0333563816.
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Wordsworth and the marginal construction of a national discourse.
Hanley, K. 1993 In: New Comparison. 16, p. 43-65. 23 p.
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'Crossings out : the problem of textual passage in The Prelude'.
Hanley, K. 1992 In: Romantic Revisions. Cambridge : Cambridge University Press p. 103-135. 33 p. ISBN: 052138074X.
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'Wordsworth and Revolutionary Discourse'.
Hanley, K. 1992 In: Wordsworth in Context. Cranbury, N.J. : Bucknell University Press p. 35-66. 32 p. ISBN: 0838752241.
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Romantic revisions.
Brinkley, R., Hanley, K. 1992 Cambridge : Cambridge University Press. 368 p. ISBN: 052138074X.
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Ruskin's views : gloom and glory at Kirkby Lonsdale.
Hanley, K. 1992 In: From Lancaster to the Lakes : a region in literature. Lancaster : North West Regional Publications p. 80-112. 33 p.
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The Stains of Time.
Hanley, K. 1992 In: The Lamp of memory: Ruskin, Tradition, and Architecture. Manchester : Manchester University Press p. 98-122. 25 p. ISBN: 0719037107.
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Wordsworth's "Region of the peaceful self".
Hanley, K. 1992 In: From Lancaster to the Lakes: the Region in Literature. Lancaster : North West Regional Studies p. 1-26. 26 p.
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George Meredith : selected poems.
Meredith, G., Hanley, K. 1983 Manchester : Carcanet. 121 p. ISBN: 0856354163.
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Walter Savage Landor : selected poetry and prose.
Landor, W.S., Hanley, K. 1981 Manchester : Carcanet. 275 p. ISBN: 0856352721.
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