Archival: This information was last updated in 2004.
Terence Rodgers currently leads courses on Postcolonialism, Fin de Siecle Culture and media history. He is the author of a number of articles on British cultural and social history, notably Rider Haggard and British imperialism. He has recently edited a collection of essays on Grant Allen and cultural politics in the 1890′s. He is a member of the Executive Committee of the Social History Society, a member of the Association for Research in Popular Fiction, and a member of the Media Communications and Cultural Studies Association.
- William Greenslade and Terence Rodgers (eds.), Grant Allen and Cultural Politics at the Fin de Siecle (Ashgate, 2004)
Articles and Essays
- ‘Resituating Grant Allen: Writing, Radicalism and Modernity’ in Greenslade and Rodgers (2004)
- ‘Sir Allan MacGregor Smith’, New Oxford Dictionary of National Biography (2004)
- ‘The Right Book Club: Text Wars, Modernity and Cultural Politics in the Late Thirties, Literature and History, vol.12, no.2, Autumn 2003
- ‘Grant Allen’ English Literature Online, Chadwyck Healey, 2000
- ‘The Extrordinary Dr Nikola: Guy Boothby and Pulp Fiction at the Fin de Siecle’ [Introductory Essay to] Guy Boothby, Dr Nikola (1999)
- ‘Restless Desire: Rider Haggard, Orientalism and the New Woman’, Women: A Cultural Review, vol.10, no.1, 1999
- ‘Queer Fascinations: Rider Haggard, Imperial Gothic and the Orient’ in Tracey Hill and Alan Marshall (eds.), Decadence and Danger: Writing, History and the Fin de Siecle (Sulis, 1997)