Dr Daniel Finch-Race (University of Bristol)
Environmental Humanities Visiting Research Fellow, September - October 2018
Project: Nineteenth‐Century French culture and the Environmental Humanities
Daniel Finch-Race FHEA worked at the Universities of Cambridge, Southampton, and Durham before joining the University of Edinburgh’s Institute for Advanced Studies in the Humanities. His primary research blends the environmental humanities with nineteenth-century French culture. He is the author of articles in French Studies Bulletin, Green Letters, Interdisciplinary Studies in Literature and Environment, Modern Language Review, and Romance Studies. In 2018, he co-authored an article in L'Esprit créateur with Valentina Gosetti. He co-edited Textures (Peter Lang, 2015) with Jeff Barda, French Ecocriticism (Peter Lang, 2017) with Stephanie Posthumus, and issues of Dix-Neuf ('Ecopoetics', 2015) and L'Esprit créateur ('French Ecocriticism', 2017) with Julien Weber.