Eighteenth-Centuryist Conrad Brunstrom received his PhD in English from Cambridge University. He has authored two monographs on William Cowper and Thomas Sheridan and articles on authors as various as Matthew Prior, Samuel Johnson, Frances Burney, Charles Churchill and Philip Larkin. In 2015, Conrad Brunstrom was elected to the Executive Committee of the International Society for Eighteenth-Century Studies. website: https://nuim.academia.edu/ConradBrunstrom
Peer Reviewed Journal
|2012||Dr Conrad Brunstrom Dr Declan Kavanagh (2012) 'Arthur Murphy and Florida Peat: The Grays Inn Journal and versions of the apolitical'. Eighteenth-Century Ireland, 27 . [Full-Text]|
|2006||Dr Conrad Brunstrom (2006) ''Leaving the Herd': How Queer was Cowper'. BRITISH JOURNAL FOR EIGHTEENTH CENTURY STUDIES, 29 . [Full-Text]|
|2001||Brunstrom, Conrad (2001) ''Not Worth Going to See': The Place of Ireland in Samuel Johnson's Imagination'. Eighteenth-Century Ireland, 16 :73-82. [Full-Text]|
|1999||Brunstrom, Conrad (1999) 'Thomas Sheridan and the Evil Ends of Writing'. New Hibernia Review, 3 :130-142. [Full-Text]|
|1997||Brunstrom, Conrad (1997) 'James Beattie and the Great Outdoors: Common Sense Philosophy and the Pious Imagination'. Romanticism, 3 :20-34. [Full-Text]|
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