Dr Gerry Carlin teaches and researches in the field of twentieth-century literature, with a special interest in modernism, the avant-garde, and the literature and culture of the 1960s. He has published in these fields, and welcomes supervision in these and related areas.
He is currently co-module leader for the 1st year Reading Literature module, and module leader for Critical Theory/Textual Practice in year 2, and Modernisms and The 1960s: Subculture, Pop Culture, Counterculture in year 3. His other teaching includes Popular Culture in year 1 and Unpopular Texts in year 3. He is also Admissions tutor for the department.