Rosie Miles teaches in the areas of Victorian and Fin de Siècle Literature, Art and Culture and contemporary Women’s Writing. She is currently also a student herself, and a practising poet, undertaking the MA in Creative Writing (Poetry) at Manchester Metropolitan University.
She came to Wolverhampton via Birmingham (BA), Nottingham (MA Victorian Literature) and Birkbeck College, University of London (PhD). Her PhD was on the poetry of William Morris and she has published a number of articles on Morris.
From 2001-07 she was Editor of the Journal of William Morris Studies and co-edited a collection of essays (with Pippa Bennett), William Morris in the Twenty-FIrst Century (Peter Lang, 2010)."
Rosie is also interested in e-learning within English Studies and has published on this. She has acted as an E-Learning Consultant for the HEA English Subject Centre and blogs as Ms-E-Mentor.
Rosie welcomes research proposals in the areas of Victorian Literature (particularly Morris, Victorian poetry or the Fin de Siècle) as well as in contemporary poetry and queer approaches.
Rosie is also a National Teaching Fellow (2011).