Stuart McWilliams

Senior Lecturer - English Language Literature
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Visiting address Niels Henrik Abels vei 36 Niels Treschows hus 0316 OSLO
Postal address Postboks 1003 Blindern 0316 OSLO

Academic interests

  • Literary and cultural theory
  • Medieval Studies
  • Medievalism
  • The Gothic
  • Decadence and aestheticism
  • Horror and the supernatural
  • Magic and occultism
  • Irish literature
  • Modernism
  • Historicity
  • Theory and philosophy of history
  • Literature and continental philosophy
  • Literature and technology
  • Literature, science and religion

Courses taught

Tags: English literature, English, British Literature, British Studies, American Studies, Irish Literature, Irish Studies, Aesthetics, Literature, Literary Theory

Publications

  • McWilliams, Stuart (2018). Move Fast and Break Frames: The Question Concerning Luddism, In Bram Lambrecht & Matthias Somers (ed.),  Writing Literary History, 1900-1950.  Peeters Publishers.  ISBN 978-90-429-3629-4.  Chapter 12.  s 169 - 184
  • McWilliams, Stuart (2017). Magic, In Sian Echard & Robert Rouse (ed.),  The Encyclopedia of Medieval Literature in Britain.  Wiley-Blackwell.  ISBN 1118396987.  Magic.
  • McWilliams, Stuart (2017). The Guilt of the Past: Medievalist Closures and Disclosures. Rethinking history.  ISSN 1364-2529.  21(2), s 235- 254
  • McWilliams, Stuart (2016). After Dis/enchantment: The Profanity of the Human Sciences, In Peik Ingman; Terhi Utriainen; Tuija Hovi & Måns Broo (ed.),  The Relational Dynamics of Enchantment and Sacralization: Changing the Terms of the Religion Versus Secularity Debate.  Equinox Publishing.  ISBN 9781781794746.  Chapter 13.  s 251 - 266
  • McWilliams, Stuart (2016). Aleister Crowley's Graphomania and the Transformations of Magical Inscriptivity. Preternature: Critical and Historical Studies on the Preternatural.  ISSN 2161-2196.  5(1), s 59- 85
  • McWilliams, Stuart (2013). Magical Thinking: History, Possibility, and the Idea of the Occult. Bloomsbury Academic.  ISBN 1472508580.  200 s.
  • McWilliams, Stuart (ed.) (2012). Saints and Scholars: New Perspectives on Anglo-Saxon Literature and Culture. Boydell & Brewer.  ISBN 9781843843030.  288 s.
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