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Patrick Hart, Bilkent University, Ankara
Dr Patrick Hart is an Assistant Professor in the Department of English Language and Literature at Bilkent University in Turkey, where he teaches Medieval and Renaissance literature, twentieth-century poetry, and much else. He previously worked for the NHS and for Lambeth Council. He is currently working on a monograph on Baroque Petrarchism in England and Scotland. Patrick is also the coordinator of the Approaching Constantinople project and co-editor of Henrietta Liston’s Travels, forthcoming with Edinburgh University Press in autumn 2020. He can be found on twitter @DrudgingGob, and on the Humanities Commons.

 

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Lucy R Hinnie, University of Saskatchewan
Dr Lucy R. Hinnie is currently a Leverhulme Postdoctoral Fellow in the Department of English at the University of Saskatchewan. She is a graduate of both the University of Glasgow (MPhil, 2012) and the University of Edinburgh (MA, 2010; PhD, 2018). Her postdoctoral project is entitled ‘Digitizing the Bannatyne MS (c. 1568)’ and stems from her doctoral thesis, ‘Figuring the Feminine in the Bannatyne MS (c. 1568)’, completed under the supervision of Dr Sarah Dunnigan. Her postdoctoral project, supervised by Professor David Parkinson, will offer a framework for a new digital edition of the Bannatyne Manuscript.
Lucy’s research focusses on material in Older Scots, and the application of medieval feminist theory. Her monograph is currently under preparation for review at Brill. She can also be found on twitter @yclepit, and on the Humanities Commons.