Dr Marie Hockenhull-Smith BA, PGCE, CPE, PHD
My research interests are interdisciplinary in literature and law. I am currently working on a project that explores the law and literature of whistleblowing, which spans 18th-century texts focusing on early examples in master and servant relationships and 20th-21st texts featuring contemporary issues.
I teach on eighteenth-century and contemporary literature modules. I have an interest in interdisciplinarity.
Hockenhull-Smith, M. (2020). Privacy and Impertinence: Talking about Servants in Austen. Persuasions: The Jane Austen Journal, 40 (2). http://www.jasna.org/publications/persuasions-online/volume-40-no-2/hockenhull-smith/
Hockenhull-Smith, M. (2007). Superego, special juries and a split law: eighteenth century adultery trials viewed through Zizek's lens. Law and critique, 18 (1), 91-116. http://doi.org/10.1007/s10978-006-9006-y
Hockenhull-Smith, M. (2006). The children will be "subject to the infamy of their deluded and unfortunate mother": rhetoric of the courtroom, a gothic fantasy and a plain letter to the Lord Chancellor. Law and literature, 18 (3), 403-430. http://doi.org/10.1525/lal.2006.18.3.403
Hockenhull-Smith, M. (n.d.). Dr Woodward's Narrative. Journal for Eighteenth Century Studies.
Smith, M.H. (n.d.). The Silent Woman in the “Criminal Conversation” Trial and her Displaced Defences: “A Letter Always Reaches its Destination”. Romanticism on the Net, (45). http://doi.org/10.7202/015828ar