The Poetry and Practice of Thomas A. Clark
My research examines the poetry and practice of Thomas A. Clark. My doctorate is a collaborative project between the University of Dundee and the Scottish Poetry Library in Edinburgh.
In addition to critical work, I am also creating the largest archive of Clark’s work with Julie Johnstone. My research interests include: visual art, concrete poetry, site-specific installations, new nature writing.
Additionally, I am interested in forging literary links between the two organisations, and in organising events which broaden public access to literature.
Supervisors: Prof Andrew Roberts and Julie Johnstone (Scottish Poetry Library)
First Degree: BA (Hons) English Literature, Emmanuel College, University of Cambridge
Masters Degree: MPhil Medieval Literature, Emmanuel College, University of Cambridge