Dr Stanislava Dikova
I currently work as a Research Impact Officer for the Faculty of Social Sciences. I'm responsible for supporting impact related activities across the Faculty, including: - generating and demonstrating impact throughout the research life cycle - impact in funding applications - public engagement - evidencing impact - developing and writing REF Impact Case Studies - impact and engagement training Prior to this role, I was a Fixed-Term Teacher in the Department of Literature, Film, and Theatre Studies, where I completed my PhD in Literature in 2019, and a Postdoctoral Research Associate at Keele University. I'm a literary and intellectual historian specialising in twentieth-century British fiction and political thought. I'm particularly interested in the relationship between the novel, capitalism, and democracy; in women's writing and feminist histories of knowledge; in theories of autonomy and sovereignty; in histories of citizenship and immigration; in transnational writing; and, increasingly, in literatures of migration (esp. in connection with the Balkans).
Journal articles (1)
Dikova, S., (2022). Characterization and the hermeneutics of recognition in Virginia Woolf’s The Voyage Out. Feminist Modernist Studies. 5 (2), 227-241
Dikova, S., Savage, J. and McMahon, W., (2023). Love and the Politics of Intimacy. Bloomsbury Academic. 1501387383. 9781501387388
Dikova, S., McMahon, W. and Savage, J., (2022). Love and the Politics of Care. 1501387642. 9781501387647
Book chapters (1)
Dikova, S., (2020). Radical Hope as Protest. In: Virginia Woolf, Europe, and Peace. Liverpool University Press. 237- 252