Glyn Salton-Cox

Glyn Salton-Cox is assistant professor of English at the University of California, Santa Barbara. He is guest editor, with Leo Mellor, of a special edition of Critical Quarterly on “The Long 1930s” (October 2015); his work has also appeared in Modern Language Quarterly and Comparative Literature. His monograph From the Homintern to the Ministry of Love: Queer Leftist Writing of the 1930s is forthcoming from Edinburgh University Press.


CONTRIBUTOR ARTICLES

Or Not So Well

Glyn Salton-Cox on what "Or Orwell" and "Orwell's Nose" can tell us about the much-studied George Orwell....


The Managerial Revulsion: Re-Classing Madness in “High-Rise”
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