Dr Annalise Grice is Senior Lecturer in English Literature. She specialises in the work of D. H. Lawrence and the literary marketplace during the ‘long’ twentieth century; her research interests extend to the professionalisation of women’s writing, the Edwardian and early modernist ‘sex novel’, literary censorship, May Sinclair, Violet Hunt and Marie Stopes. Annalise delivers lectures and seminars on a range of undergraduate modules at NTU, including Reimagining the English Literary Canon, Culture and Anarchy, British Women Writers Between the Wars, Curating Literary Events, Reading Gender and Sexuality and Modernism and Modernity. Annalise teaches on Class and D. H. Lawrence in the 'Minds and Bodies' unit of the MRes in English Literary Research and welcomes expressions of interest in doctoral studies. Annalise's current PhD students work on projects related to print culture and radical literary networks.
Annalise is the author of D. H. Lawrence and the Literary Marketplace: The Early Writings (Edinburgh University Press, November 2021) and is under contract to edit The Bloomsbury Handbook to D. H. Lawrence (forthcoming) which features research chapters by 21 international D. H. Lawrence scholars. Annalise is a volume editor for the Edinburgh Critical Editions of the Works of May Sinclair, working on the novel Kitty Tailleur (1908). Her next project will be on Marie Stopes and early twentieth century 'sex novels'. Annalise joined Nottingham Trent University in 2017. She won the Award to a Newly Published Scholar in D. H. Lawrence Studies, 2020.
D. H. Lawrence; late Victorian, Edwardian and modernist print and publishing culture; literary marketplace; modernist magazines, literary censorship and 'sex novels'; twentieth century women's writing and reading; suffrage and feminist literature; Ford Madox Ford; Edward Garnett; Violet Hunt; May Sinclair; Katherine Mansfield; Marie Stopes.
Annalise has given talks about her research to special interest groups, such as at the National Justice Museum, Waterstones, and the D. H. Lawrence Festival of Culture. She was invited to deliver the D. H. Lawrence Birthday Memorial Lecture in 2022.
Sponsors and collaborators
Annalise’s research has been funded by the AHRC, and she has also received funding awards from the Funds for Women Graduates charitable organisation and the D. H. Lawrence Society of North America.
ANNALISE GRICE (forthcoming), ed., The Bloomsbury Handbook to D. H. Lawrence. Bloomsbury. [edited collection].
ANNALISE GRICE, 2021. The Early Writings of D. H. Lawrence and the Literary Marketplace. Edinburgh University Press. [monograph].
ANNALISE GRICE, 2021. '"It is astonishing how little literature has to show of the life of the poor". Ford’s English Review and D. H. Lawrence’s early short fiction'. In: ELKE D’HOKER and CHRIS MOURANT, eds. The Modern Short Story and Magazine Culture, 1880-1950. Edinburgh University Press. [Book Chapter]
ANNALISE GRICE, 2019. ‘The Miner at Home’ in The Nation and the 1912 National Coal Strike’. In: INDREK MANNISTE, ed., D. H. Lawrence, Technology and Modernity. Bloomsbury. [Book Chapter]
ANNALISE GRICE, 2018. 'Journals, Magazines, Newspapers'. In: ANDREW HARRISON, ed., D. H. Lawrence in Context. Cambridge University Press. [Book Chapter]
ANNALISE GRICE, 2015. "That'll help perhaps to advertise me": Lawrence's 'The Georgian Renaissance' Review in Rhythm. D. H. Lawrence Review: Special Poetry Issue. 40:2, 34-53. [Journal article]
Early twentieth-century literary history; Edwardian literature; D. H. Lawrence.
UN Sustainable Development Goals
The main UN Sustainable Development Goals which inform Annalise's work are: