Harvey Wiltshire

Harvey Wiltshire

Dr Harvey Wiltshire is Teaching Fellow in Early Modern Literature, Shakespeare, and Inclusive Pedagogy, in the Department of English at Royal Holloway, University of London, having been awarded his PhD in English Literature by University College London. His research focuses on the significance of blood in Shakespeare’s poetry and drama, and explores the discovery of cardiovascular circulation by William Harvey. He's published on trauma theory and Shakespeare’s narrative poems, Kingship in 'Richard III', tear imagery in the poetry of John Donne, and has recently co-edited a collection of essays exploring the impact of the Coronavirus pandemic on the humanities, 'Lockdown Cultures: The Arts and Humanities in the Year of the Pandemic, 2020-21' (UCL Press, 2022).

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