Dr Annalise Grice is a 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 ‘sex novel’, and literary censorship. Annalise delivers lectures and seminars on a range of undergraduate modules at NTU.
Annalise has previously taught at the University of Nottingham, and was a researcher working on projects within its D. H. Lawrence Research Centre.
D. H. Lawrence; late Victorian, Edwardian and modernist print and publishing culture; literary marketplace; literary censorship; twentieth century women's writing and reading; suffrage and feminist literature; editorial theory; Ford Madox Ford; Edward Garnett; Violet Hunt; Katherine Mansfield.
Annalise has been involved in a variety of outreach projects in local schools; she has also provided research details for local and national BBC cultural programmes (both television and radio). Annalise works with D. H. Lawrence Heritage in Eastwood, Nottingham, and has led reading groups at the annual Lawrence Festival of Culture. She has also given talks about her research to special interest groups, and she is a member of both the British and North American D. H. Lawrence Societies.
Sponsors and collaborators
Annalise’s research has been funded by the AHRC, and she has also received funding awards from the University of Nottingham, the Funds for Women Graduates charitable organisation, and the D. H. Lawrence Society of North America.
ANNALISE GRICE, 2017. 'Journals, Magazines, Newspapers'. In: ANDREW HARRISON, ed., D. H. Lawrence in Context. Cambridge University Press. (In Press.)
ANNALISE GRICE, 2016. Love and Sex in D. H. Lawrence by David Ellis [Book review] Journal of D. H. Lawrence Studies. 4:2 (2016).
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.