Kate MACDONALD (Dr.)
Ph.D. (University College London, 1991)
- Book history and print culture, 1880-1950
- Readership and reception studies
- Middlebrow literary history, 1880-1950
- John Buchan, Dornford Yates, Angela Thirkell, Una L Silberrad
- Women’s writing, social history and literary cultures, 1880-1970
- The First World War and disability studies
- 20th-century British fantasy fiction
- John Wyndham, Terry Pratchett, Neil Gaiman, Susanna Clarke
- Macdonald K, ‘Women and their bodies in the popular reading of 1910’, Literature and History (forthcoming 2013).
- Macdonald, K, ‘Witchcraft and non-conformity in Sylvia Townsend Warner’s Lolly Willowes (1926) and John Buchan’s Witch Wood (1927)’, Journal of the Fantastic in the Arts (forthcoming 2013).
- Macdonald K, and Waddell N, ‘Introduction’, in Macdonald K and Waddell N (eds), John Buchan and the Idea of Modernity, Pickering & Chatto (forthcoming 2012).
- Macdonald K and Waddell N (eds), John Buchan and the Idea of Modernity, Pickering & Chatto (forthcoming 2012).
- Macdonald, K ‘Introduction: Identifying the middlebrow, the masculine, and Mr Miniver’, in Macdonald K (ed.), The Masculine Middlebrow, 1880-1950: What Mr Miniver read¸ Palgrave Macmillan (2011), 1-23.
- Macdonald K (ed.), The Masculine Middlebrow, 1880-1950: What Mr Miniver read¸ Palgrave Macmillan (2011).
- Macdonald K, ‘The war-wounded and the congenitally impaired: Competing categories of disability in John Buchan’s Huntingtower (1922)’, Journal of War and Culture Studies, 4:1 (2011), 7-20.
- Macdonald K, ‘The use of London lodgings in middlebrow fiction, 1900-1930s’, Literary London, 9: 1 (2011)
- Macdonald, K; ‘Edwardian transitions in the fiction of Una L Silberrad (1872-1955) ‘ English Literature in Transition, 54.1 (2011), 212-233.
- Macdonald, K 'Thomas Nelson & Sons and John Buchan: mutual marketing in the publisher's series', in The Culture of the Publisher’s Series, vol 1. Authors, Publishers, and the Shaping of Taste, Spiers J (ed.), Palgrave Macmillan (2011), 156-70.
- Macdonald, K ‘Dorothy’s Literature Class: late-Victorian women autodidacts and penny fiction weeklies’, in A Return to the Common Reader, Buckland A and Palmer B (eds), Ashgate Publishing (2011), 23-35.
- Macdonald, K, ‘John Buchan’s breakthrough: The conjunction of experience, markets and forms that made The Thirty-Nine Steps’, Publishing History 68 (2010), 25-106.
- Demoor M and Macdonald K, Victorian Periodicals Review ‘Finding and defining the Victorian supplement’, Victorian Periodicals Review, 43.2 (Summer 2010), 97-110.
- Macdonald K, and Demoor, M, ‘Saving, spending and serving: expressions of the use of time in the Dorothy and its supplements (1889-1899)’, Media History 16.2 (2010), 171-182.
- Macdonald K (ed.), Reassessing John Buchan: Beyond The Thirty-Nine Steps, Pickering & Chatto, 2009.
- Macdonald K, John Buchan: A Companion to the Mystery Fiction, McFarland & Co, Jefferson, NC (2009).
- Macdonald, K, and De Ridder, J, ‘Mrs Warren’s professions: Eliza Warren Francis (c. 1810-1900), editor of The Ladies’ Treasury (1857-1895) and London boarding-house keeper’, Publishing History, 66 (2009), 5-17.
- Macdonald K, ‘The diversification of Thomas Nelson: John Buchan and the Nelson archive, 1909-1911’, Publishing History 65 (2009), 71-96.
- Macdonald K, ‘Hunted men in John Buchan’s London, 1890s to 1920s’, Literary London, 7:1 (2009)
- Macdonald, K ‘Introduction’, in Reassessing John Buchan: Beyond The Thirty-Nine Steps, Macdonald K (ed.), Pickering & Chatto (2009), 1-6.
- Macdonald, K ‘Aphrodite rejected: Archetypal female characters in Buchan's fiction’, in Reassessing John Buchan: Beyond The Thirty-Nine Steps, Macdonald K (ed.), Pickering & Chatto (2009), 153-169.
- Macdonald K, ‘Ignoring the New Woman: ten years of a Victorian weekly fiction magazine’, in Antifeminism and the Victorian Novel: Rereading Nineteenth-Century Women Writers, Wagner T S (ed.), Cambria Press (2009), 297-316.
Semester 2: BA2 Geschiedenis en Cultuur van de Angelsaksische landen (titularis)
BA2 Historische overzicht: oefenenigen (titularis)
- The John Buchan Society (http://www.johnbuchansociety.co.uk/)
- The Angela Thirkell Society (http://www.angelathirkellsociety.co.uk/)
- The Space Between (http://www.spacebetweensociety.org/)
- The Social History Society (http://www.socialhistory.org.uk/)
- Society for the History of Authorship, Reading and Publishing (http://www.sharpweb.org/)