Keith Hughes holds a BA (Joint Hons) in English & American Literature from the University of Manchester, and both a MSc and a PhD in English Literature from the University of Edinburgh. Following completion of his PhD, he did postdoctoral research at Harvard University’s W.E.B. Du Bois Institute for African American Studies, where he developed an abiding interest in African American literature.
He has taught at numerous institutions, including Napier University and the Workers Educational Association, and holds a Diploma for Teaching in Higher Education from Birkbeck College, London (2001).
Keith Hughes joined the department in 2001, and contributes to teaching across a range of American, English and Scottish literatures, including the postgraduate teaching on ‘the black Atlantic’ and also transatlantic writing.
Walter Mosley, Socratic Method, and the Black Atlantic
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