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Note on the Author

Laura Clancy is a Lecturer in Media and Cultural Studies at Lancaster University. Her PhD research explores the cultural politics of the contemporary British monarchy, considering how media representations of the royal family produce consent for the monarchical institution. It argues that the monarchy has a central role in exacerbating widening inequalities, and hence must be placed at the centre of debates about culture and the economy. Laura is Co-chair of the Feminist and Women’s Studies Association, UK and Ireland.

Irralie Doel is Senior Lecturer in English Literature at the University of Brighton where she also leads the Literature subject area at Brighton’s Hastings Campus. She researches twentieth and twenty-first century women’s writing and feminist theory, poetry, poetics and politics, and creative writing. She works on art history and practice, how visual texts intersect with literary texts, and on practitioners who work in both verbal and visual forms. Irralie is currently leading a research project in medical humanities, using performance archive materials and museum and gallery spaces and collections for well-being and reminiscence. She is an Executive member of the Feminist and Women’s Studies Association, UK and Ireland.

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