Christopher Mulvey is Emeritus Professor of English at the University of Winchester. He was a schoolboy at Ealing Abbey and an undergraduate at Magdalen College, Oxford; he received his PhD from Columbia University. He taught in the United States from 1963 to 1978. He is the recipient of awards from the Arts and Humanities Council, the British Academy, and the University of Virginia. He was President of the Collegium for African American Research from 2003 to 2007, and he was appointed a Fellow of the Royal Society for the Arts in 2008. His articles are numerous, and his books include Anglo-American Landscapes (1983), Transatlantic Manners (1990), New York: City as Text (1990), Black Liberation in the Americas (2001), Dominic St John Mulvey: London Irishman (2005), and William Wells Brown’s Clotel (2006). He is presently working on a history of American transportation and culture. He is Managing Editor of the Winchester University Press, and he is a trustee of the English Project, a registered charity that aims to open a permanent English Language Exhibition in Winchester in 2012.

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