I am a scholar of twentieth-century literature and culture based at the University of Cambridge. After submitting my PhD dissertation in 2017, I will become a Research Fellow at Peterhouse (JRF). My research focusses on modern and contemporary literature, especially Irish writers, although I have published essays and academic journal articles on a range of topics (philosophy, religion, cinema) in forums such as Modernism/modernity, the Journal of Modern Literature, the Los Angeles Review of Books, and The Brooklyn Rail. At Cambridge, I teach and lecture on modernism & the short story, contemporary literature, the history of literary theory, and practical criticism. I am available to supervise dissertations on any of these topics, as well as the writing of James Joyce, Samuel Beckett, Seamus Heaney, and Don DeLillo.

Hunter Dukes


Trumpington St

Cambridge CB2 1RD

hbd23 (at) cam.ac.uk

+44 7982 664306