• Associate Professor Barry Murnane

Associate Professor Barry Murnane's main areas of research are the literature and culture of the ‘threshold period’ between 1780 and 1830, modernism, and contemporary drama. Increasingly he has been working in the field of Medical Humanities and the Enlightenment Studies.

Associate Professor Murnane has published widely on Kafka, Gothic literature, and more recently in the field of Medical Humanities. Currently working on a monograph exploring the relationship between literature and pharmacy and in 2016 he is the TORCH Knowledge Exchange Research Fellow at the Science Museum London.