James Green, PhD
Profile photoJames Aaron Green, PhD
Department of English and American Studies
Spitalgasse 2, Hof 8 (Campus)
1090 Wien
Austria

Employment

Department of English and American Studies

Universität Wien

Austria

1 Aug 2021 → present

Education

2019PHD ENGLISH, University of Exeter and University of Reading (AHRC-funded).
Thesis Title: Sensation Fiction and Modernity: Narratives of Order and Ambivalence in Mid-Victorian Britain.
2015MA ENGLISH LITERARY STUDIES, University of Exeter. Distinction.
2014BA ENGLISH (HONS.), University of Exeter, Class I. Dissertation Graded First.

Projects

ÖAW APART-GSK-Stipendium für James Green zum Thema: "Living Forever: Fictions of Radical Life Extension, 1878-1918", 36 Monate

Green, J. & Pietrzak-Franger, M.

1/08/211/08/24

Research Interests

Nineteenth-century/Victorian literature and culture; literature and science; the Victorian sensation novel (sensation fiction); crime fiction; detective fiction; the gothic; game studies; gaming gothic.

Publications

2022[Submitted to editors] James Aaron Green, ‘Contemporary’, in William Baker and Richard Nemesvari (eds), Wilkie Collins in Context (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2024), xx-xx. [3,000 words]
2022[Submitted to editors] James Aaron Green, ‘After Death to T. S. Eliot’, in William Baker and Richard Nemesvari (eds), Wilkie Collins in Context (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2024), xx-xx. [3,000 words]
2022[Submitted to editors] James Aaron Green, ‘“Old Things Made New”: Transfusive Rejuvenescence in M. E. Braddon’s “Good Lady Ducayne” and H. G. Wells’s “The Story of the Late Mr Elvesham”’, Frontiers of Narrative Studies, eds. Heike Hartung and Sarah Falcus, XX.X (XXXX), xx-xx. [8,000 words]
2021[Submitted final revisions] James Aaron Green, ‘“Lest the Night Carry on Forever”: The Transcendent Gothic Unconscious in Bloodborne’, in Carol Margaret Davison (ed.), Gothic Dreams/Nightmares (Manchester: Manchester University Press, 2021), xx–xx. [7,000 words]
2021James Aaron Green, ‘Evolution and Sensation Fiction’, in Lesa Scholl (ed.), Palgrave Encyclopaedia of Victorian Women’s Writing. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-02721-6_368-1 [2,000 words]
2021James Aaron Green, ‘“Short-Spanned Living Creatures”: Evolutionary Perspectives in Rhoda Broughton’s Not Wisely, but Too Well (1867)’, Journal of Victorian Culture, 26.2 (April 2021), 212–226, DOI: 10.1093/jvcult/vcaa040 [8,000 words]
2021James Aaron Green, ‘“Aren’t you Maria?”: The Uncanny and the Gothic in Silent Hill 2’, Gothic Studies, 23.1 (2021), 1–20. DOI: 10.3366/gothic.2021.0075 [8,000 words]
2020James Aaron Green, ‘Seeing in the City: Modern Visuality in M. E. Braddon’s The Trail of the Serpent (1860)’, Victorian Network, 9 (2020), 80–100. DOI: 10.5283/vn.106 [7,000 words]

Department of English and American Studies

Spitalgasse 2, Hof 8 (Campus)
1090 Wien

james.green@univie.ac.at