Henry Bartholomew


Henry Bartholomew is a lecturer in the English Department at XJTLU. He received his PhD from the University of Exeter, and has taught at both Exeter and the University of Plymouth.

His research centers on Gothic and weird fiction, the ghost story, dark ecology, Speculative Realism, and the author Algernon Blackwood. He is the editor of three short story collections, one for the British Library (2020) and two for Handheld Press (2023; 2024).

His other published work includes an essay on the uncanny for the journal Open Philosophy (2019) and a chapter on psychic vampires for The Palgrave Handbook to the Vampire (2023).

He is currently working on his first monograph - Gothic Immaterialism: Objects, Affects, and the Ghost Story, 1890-1920 - which examines how new theories about literary "objects" and "things" shine fresh light on the British ghost story tradition.
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