Dr Andrew Hammond

Andrew Hammond

arts research University of Brighton

A.N.Hammond@brighton.ac.uk

Dr Andrew Hammond is a Senior Lecturer in English Literature. He completed his BA and MA degrees at the University of Leicester, and achieved British Academy funding for his doctoral research at the Centre for Translation and Comparative Cultural Studies, University of Warwick, gaining the award of PhD in 2002. In 1998, he also gained a Postgraduate Certificate in Education (in Further and Higher Education) at Cardiff University.

Before his appointment at the University of Brighton in September 2008, Dr Hammond taught at the University of Glamorgan and the Swansea Metropolitan University. In both research and teaching, he has pursued interests in cross-cultural representation, twentieth-century British literature and postcolonial writing and theory. He has published some twenty articles and four books on such subjects, including The Debated Lands: British and American Representations of the Balkans (University of Wales Press, 2007) and Cold War Literature: Writing the Global Conflict (Routledge, edited 2006).