Professor Robert Crawford FBA
About this Fellow
Robert Crawford is a poet, biographer, critic and literary historian who has published seven full collections of poetry and many prose books. At present he is working on the second volume of a biography of T. S. Eliot. He has held posts at the universities of Oxford, Glasgow, and St Andrews where he is Professor of Modern Scottish Literature and Bishop Wardlaw Professor of Poetry in the School of English. A Fellow of the Royal Society of Edinburgh, he was President of the Classical Association in 2015-16 and is Honorary President of the Classical Association of Scotland.
- Professor of Modern Scottish Literature and Bishop Wardlaw Professor of Poetry, University of St Andrews
'Heritage' and the power of tradition in British culture since 1890; the cultural dimensions of international relations since 1945; place and belonging in relation to globalisation
Modern literary studies and intellectual history, with specific interests in the modern and contemporary novel; literature, science and medicine; cultural theory and modernist aesthetics
German cultural memory since 1945; cultural theories of memory and time; modernity and German modernism; postwar German and Austrian literature; contemporary German literature and culture; German-Jewish literature