Dr Grace Moore

Grace Moore holds an MA from the College of William and Mary, Virginia, USA and a BA (Hons) and a PhD from the University of Exeter, UK. Prior to joining the University of Melbourne in 2004, Grace taught at the University of Bristol, UK (2001-2002) and the University of Idaho, USA (2002-2004). She is a Dickens scholar with additional research interests in crime fiction, piracy, neo-Victorianism and children's literature. Her monograph, Dickens and Empire, was shortlisted for the NSW Premier's Award for literary scholarship in 2006 and her most recent book is The Victorian Novel in Context (Continuum, 2012). Grace will be a Senior Research Fellow with the ARC's Centre of Excellence for the History of Emotions until the end of 2017. Her project, 'Arcady in Flames' is a study of the representation of bushfires in nineteenth-century Australian settler literature, reflecting her emerging research interest in ecocriticism.

Qualifications

  • Doctor of Philosophy (University of Exeter, 2000)
  • Master of Arts (College of William & Mary, 1996)
  • Bachelor of Arts (honours) (University of Exeter, 1995)

2015

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2014

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2013

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Major Reference works
  • Grace Moore 2013, ''Empire'', in Oxford Bibliographies in Victorian Literature, Oxford University Press, ed 1.

2012

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2011

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  • Grace Moore 2011, ''Introduction'', in Pirates and Mutineers of the Nineteenth Century: Swashbucklers and Swindlers, Ashgate.
Journal Articles Unrefereed Letters or Notes

2010

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2009

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2008

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2007

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2006

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2005

Journal Articles Unrefereed Letters or Notes
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2004

Authored Research Books
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Book Chapters Other
  • Grace Moore, MAUNDER A 2004, 'Introduction', in MOORE G, MAUNDER A ed(s), Victorian Crime, Madness and Sensation, Ashgate.
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2003

Journal Articles Unrefereed

2002

Research Book Chapters
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2001

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Grant information

Other

Additional grant information

Distinguished Junior Scholar in Residence, the University of British Columbia, Canada (July-August 2001). Visiting Fellow, Yale Center for British Art, Yale University (March/April 2003). University of Melbourne Early Career Researcher Grant (2005). University of Melbourne Early Career Researcher Grant (2006). University of Melbourne Career Enhancement Fellowship (2008).

Supervision

Available for supervision.

Supervision Statement

Grace is happy to hear from prospective graduate students working in Victorian studies, the environmental humanities, crime fiction, children's literature, and neo-Victorianism.