Biography

Nathan Ashman is Lecturer in Crime Writing and joint Student Partnership Director for LDC. He teaches on the MA in Crime Writing and is the convenor of the undergraduate module ‘The Art of Murder’. He has previously held teaching posts at both the University of Surrey and the University of Gloucestershire. He is the author of James Ellroy and Voyeur Fiction (2018) and has published articles on numerous writers including Ross Macdonald, E.C Bentley, Don DeLillo and Walter Mosley. His research spans the fields of crime fiction, contemporary American fiction and ecocriticism, with a particular specialism in the works of James Ellroy. He is currently in the early stages of a new research project examining the relationship between crime fiction and ecocriticism.

 

Autumn Office Hours

Monday 12-1

Friday 12-2

Academic Background

BA (hons) English Literature, University of Portsmouth (1st)

MA Literature, Culture and Identity, University of Portsmouth (Distinction)

Phd English Literature, University of Surrey

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