Regenia Gagnier#


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Email:R.Gagnier 'at' exeter.ac.uk
Membership Number:3877
Membership type:ORDINARY
Main Country of Residence:UNITED KINGDOM
Section:LITERARY & THEATRICAL STUDIES
Username:rgagnier
Elected:2014
Homepage: http://humanities.exeter.ac.uk/english/staff/gagnier/ AND http://humanities.exeter.ac.uk/includes/documents/staff_cvs/gagnier.pdf





Present and Previous Positions
  • 1996 - present Professor of English, University Exeter
  • 1982 - 1996 Professor of English, Stanford University

Fields of Scholarship
  • Literary and social theory
  • Victorian Britain, esp. the fin de siecle
  • Gender and feminist studies
  • Interdisciplinary studies, especially with the sciences and engineering
  • Migration studies and the global circulation of literatures and cultures
  • Digital humanities

Honours and Awards
  • 1982 Fellow, William Andrews Clark Memorial Library, Los Angeles
  • 1985 Pew Memorial Trust for Research in Britain
  • 1985-86 Fellow Stanford Humanities Center
  • 1986 Pew Memorial Trust
  • 1989 Fellow St. Catherine’s College Oxford
  • 1990-91 Fellow Center for Critical Analysis of Contemporary Culture, Rutgers, New Jersey
  • 1990-91 Doris McNamara Scholar (Stanford)
  • 1991-Guggenheim Fellow
  • 1992-95 Marta Sutton Weeks Faculty Scholar in the Humanities (endowed term chair), Stanford
  • 1993-94 Office of Technology Licensing Research Incentive Fund Award (with John Dupre)
  • 1996 Noted Visiting Scholar University of British Columbia, Canada
  • 1998 British Council, Brandenburg Symposium
  • 1999 AHRB Research Leave
  • 2006 Honorary Centenary Fellow, English Association
  • 2006-present Senior Research Fellow, ESRC Centre for Genomics in Society (Egenis)
  • 2009 Robert and Lillian Drake Distinguished Professor, Vanderbilt University
  • 2009 British Academy Research Development Award for the Global Circulation Project £89,963
  • 2010 Leverhulme Visiting Professorship (with Professor Laura Doyle, U Mass Amherst) £33,350
  • 2010-2013 EPSRC Bridging the Gap: The Exeter Science Exchange: Trading Ideas to promote multidisciplinary collaboration. £612,095 (CoI; PI Prof. David Butler, Engineering)
  • 2011- present, Academic Advisor to Paul Druwe Fund, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, Belgium €850,000
  • 2012 Macgeorge Fellowship, University of Melbourne
  • 2012 Received by the Queen at Buckingham Palace on Dickens’s Bicentenary for heritage and scholarship in literature and theatre
  • 2012-Visiting Faculty, University of Massachusetts-Amherst, World Studies Interdisciplinary Project (WSIP)
  • 2013-Vanderbilt/Exeter Programme in Literature, Genomics, Public Policy ($25,000 + £6000)
  • 2013 Ian Fletcher Lecture, Arizona State University, Tempe
  • 2014 Visiting Professor, University of Delhi
  • 2014 Visiting Professor, Leeds Centre for Victorian Studies

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