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Dr Sara Haslam's OpenLearn Profile

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Dr Sara Haslam

Dr Sara Haslam

About me

I joined the Open University in 2001, having taught previously at King’s College London, the University of Roehampton, and the University of Chester. A graduate of the University of Liverpool, I gained a degree in English Language and Literature and an MA in Victorian Literature from the university, and worked as a Research Assistant on editions of Percy Bysshe Shelley's and Matthew Arnold's poetry. My PhD was conferred by King's College, London in 1997. While at the University of Chester I studied for a Postgraduate Certificate in Teaching and Learning in Higher Education, awarded in 2000.

Dr Sara Haslam's research

Professor Sara Haslam, Max Saunders and Paul Skinner (2019-03) Editing Ford, Routledge

Professor Sara Haslam (2019) Reading, Trauma and Literary Caregiving 1914-1918: Helen Mary Gaskell and the War Library, In Journal of Medical Humanities

Professor Sara Haslam (2019) Ford Studies in the Twenty-first Century: Bibliography, Criticism and the Gaps on the Map, Routledge

Professor Sara Haslam and Max Saunders (2019) Ford's Letters, Routledge

Professor Sara Haslam, Laura Colombino and Seamus O'Malley (editors) (2019) The Routledge Research Companion to Ford Madox Ford, Routledge

Professor Sara Haslam (2018-06-08) No more Parades End: Ford Madox Ford’s last library and what it tells us about ‘the Tietjens saga’, In Times Literary Supplement 6010

Professor Sara Haslam (2018) Ford Madox Ford's Last Library: Details, Dedications, and Remaining Mysteries in the Berg Collection, New York, In Last Post: A literary journal from the Ford Madox Ford Society(1)

Professor Sara Haslam (2015-12-28) Ford and gender, Ashgate

Professor Sara Haslam (2015-06-11) Contested Ground: alcohol, attachment, and the hut habit at war, University College, Dublin. Humanities Institute

Professor Sara Haslam (2015) Dowell and Dopamine: Information, Pleasure and Plot, Brill

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