Dr Bryony Randall is Lecturer in English Literature. Her primary research interests lie in modernist literature, particularly the early modernist period; and literature and the everyday. She has related interests in literary theory (particularly feminist and materialist approaches); women’s writing; literature and work; literature and time; and the relationships between literature and psychology, philosophy and sociology.
Her first book, Modernism, Daily Time and Everyday Life is published by Cambridge University Press (2007). She has published on a range of authors and topics in modernist and protomodernist literature including Gertrude Stein, H.D., Dorothy Richardson, Virginia Woolf, and New Woman short stories.
She is the treasurer of the Scottish Network of Modernist Studies, and is on the steering group of the British Association of Modernist Studies and the editorial board of the journal Pilgrimages: the journal of Dorothy Richardson studies.
She is co-editor with Jane Goldman of Virginia Woolf in Context (CUP, 2013), and is co-editor with Laura Marcus of the forthcoming CUP edition of Virginia Woolf's short fiction.