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Dr Nick Hubble

Dr Nick Hubble
Reader

Summary

Nick Hubble is Reader in English and Co-Director of the Brunel Centre for Contemporary Writing (BCCW).

Nick holds a BA in Philosophy and Literature (Essex), a PGCE in Secondary English (Sussex), an MA in Critical Theory (Sussex), a DPhil in English Literature (Sussex) and a PGCert in Learning and Teaching in Higher Education (Brunel).

Nick’s research interests include modern and contemporary literature; science fiction and fantasy; Mass Observation; proletarian fiction; the cultural history of suburbia; and the social humanities.

Newest selected publications

Hubble, N. (2018) 'The Making of the Working Class: Proletarian Writing in the 1930s', in Kohlmann, B. and Taunton, M. (eds.) A History of 1930s British Literature. Cambridge University Press (forthcoming).

Book chapter

Hubble, N. (2018) '‘“Once upon a time, over the gravity well and far away…”: Fairy-Tale Narratives in Banks’s Science Fiction’', in Hubble, N., MacCallum-Stewart, E. and Norman, J. (eds.) The Science Fiction of Iain M Banks. Gylphi. pp. 61 - 78.

Book chapter

Hubble, N., MacCallum-Stewart, E. and Norman, J. (2018) 'The Science Fiction of Iain M Banks'. Canterbury: Gylphi. ISSN 13: 978-1-78024-054-1

Book

Hubble, N., Tew, P. and Taylor, J. (2017) 'Ageing in the Welfare State'. Bloomsbury Academic (forthcoming).

Book

Hubble, N. (2017) 'The Proletarian Answer to the Modernist Question'. Edinburgh University Press. ISSN 13: 978 1 4744 1582 8

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