James Underwood is Research Fellow in Modern & Contemporary Literature at the University of Huddersfield, where he works on the Ted Hughes Network. He has previously taught at the University of Hull and Bishop Grosseteste University.
James’s research focuses on modern and contemporary poetry, particularly the work of Philip Larkin and Ted Hughes, as well as ideas relating to literature, biography, and letter-writing. He is currently working on a monograph entitled Early Larkin.
Research Fellow in Modern & Contemporary Literature, University of Huddersfield
Visiting Lecturer in English Literature, University of Hull
Visiting Lecturer in English Literature, Bishop Grosseteste University
University of Hull, PhD English Literature
University of Hull, MA Modern & Contemporary Literature
University of Durham, BA (Hons) English Literature
'A Kind of Homosexual Relation, Disguised': Larkin's Letters to Monica Jones, English
Larkin's 'Church Going': A Source, Notes & Queries