Film International issue 10.3: A Conversation with Roland Emmerich
Film International issue 10.4-5: A Conversation with Baldvin Zophoníasson
Film International issue 11.2: Catching up with The Silver Goat: an interview with Tom Colley
Film International issue 12.1: The Online Chatroom of Andrew Douglas's
Film International issue 12.3: Behind the Scenes of Secret Sharer: An interview with Jack Laskey and Peter Fudakowski
Film International issue 13.1: Filming in Toronto: An interview with Elan Mastai on What If
Film International issue 13.2: ‘Done In’: Adam Stephen Kelly on his Cannes debut
Horror Studies issue 6.1: When Dorian meets Holmes: An interview with Scott Handcock
Journal of Adaptation in Film & Performance issue 7.1: Adapting The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time: A conversation with Simon Stephens
Journal of Adaptation in Film & Performance issue 7.3: Far from Elemen …: An interview with Andrew Shaver
Short Fiction in Theory & Practice issue 4.2: Incarceration, focalization and narration: Adapting the two selves in ‘Boys and Girls’1
Studies in Comics issue 5.1: Into the heart of Moriarty: An interview with Daniel Corey Moriarty Lives: An interview with David Liss
Tom Ue was educated at Linacre College, University of Oxford, and at University College London, where he has worked from 2011 to 2016. His PhD examined Shakespeare’s influence on the writing of George Gissing. Ue has held visiting fellowships at Indiana University, Yale University, and the University of Toronto Scarborough, and he was the 2011 Cameron Hollyer Memorial Lecturer. He has published widely on Gissing, Conan Doyle, E. W. Hornung, and their contemporaries. Ue is the Frederick Banting Postdoctoral Fellow in the Department of English at the University of Toronto Scarborough and an Honorary Research Associate at University College London.
Ue is currently writing a book on George Gissing, editing another on Conan Doyle, and preparing a number of articles for publication. He regularly writes about books, films, and theatre in Film International, Shakespeare, Shakespeare Bulletin, Theatre Journal, and the Times Literary Supplement. Ue warmly welcomes inquiries about any of his research areas.
Keywords: Nineteenth-century literature and culture, intellectual history, history of the book, film, theory
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