Campbell, Timothy

Timothy Campbell is Assistant Professor of English at the University of Chicago. His research focuses upon visual-cultural and consumer-material practices that reshaped historical representation in the literature of eighteenth-century and Romantic Britain. His wider interests extend to the history and theory of fashion, to problems of historical method in literary studies, and to forms of historiographical writing. He is completing a book manuscript entitled Historical Style: Fashion, Commerce, and History in Britain, 1740-1820 and has published essays in ELH and in a recent volume entitled Rethinking Historical Distance.

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