Dr Charles Moseley

Dr C W R D Moseley MA, PhD, FSA, FEA, FRSA
Life Fellow, and Director of Studies in English, Hughes Hall, Cambridge
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Austen: Pride and Prejudice
Chatwin: In Patagonia
Conrad: The Secret Agent
George Eliot: Silas Marner
T. S. Eliot: Four Quartets
Shakespeare: Hamlet
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The Travels of Sir John Mandeville
trans. Charles Moseley (2005)
The Travels of Sir John Mandeville

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Latitude North
Between the Tides

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Between the Tides
A Lancashire Youth
Between the Tides

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Recent Lectures / Essays

The Four Horsemen
Why Shakespeare Matters
The Church and violence
Shakspeare's Hypocrites
Shakespearean Drama
Chaucer and His Age
19th Cent. Printing Technology
The Fury of the Northmen
Art and Antarctica
Italian Renaissance Art
Arthurian Literature
Darwin in Chile
Samuel Pepys
The Flowers of Spitsbergen
Drawings of Alfred Wainwright

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Dr Charles MoseleyWelcome

Dr Charles Moseley is a Fellow and Tutor of Hughes Hall and has taught Classics and English Literature in the University of Cambridge for many years. He is General Editor (Literature Insights) of the unique and innovative academic e-book project - Humanities-Ebooks.co.uk.

The author of an extensive list of academic and other publications, Charles has lectured at universities, schools and societies in many countries around the world on topics as diverse as Shakespeare, the history of travel literature, the Norsemen, Medieval art and his own travels in the Arctic. Recent published essays range from Elizabethan painting to nineteenth century printing technology and the topographical drawings of Alfred Wainwright.

For many years Charles was Programme Director of the University's popular and respected International Summer Schools in English Literature and Shakespeare. He has planned and led study tours for parties of visiting scholars and teachers in several places, including Vienna, Prague and Florence. Charles and his wife recently led a seminar study group in Florence on Renaissance art and philosophy.

Charles is currently very much in demand as a lecturer and speaker, on both academic and non-academic subjects and has recently lectured on cruise vessels in the Arctic, Baltic and Antarctic.

Humanities Ebooks

Recent Publications:

Shakespeare’s King Henry IV (Humanities-Ebooks 2007) Shakespeare’s Richard III: a Discussion (Humanities-Ebooks 2007) A Very Brief Introduction to Theatre and Theatres of Shakespeare’s Time (Humanities-Ebooks 2007) Shakespeare’s Tempest (Humanities-Ebooks 2007)

The Travels of Sir John Mandeville   Cambridge Observed: an Anthology   ‘The Poetic Birth’: Milton's Poems of 1645   A Century of Emblems: An Introduction to the Renaissance Emblem
  Chaucer: The Pardoner's Tale: A Critical Study   Chaucer: The Knight's Tale: a Critical Study   A Field Full of Folk: A Village Elegy  
Shakespeare: Richard III: A Critical Study   The Travels of Sir John Mandeville - 1st Edition   Milton: The English Poems of 1645   Writers and their work: J. R. R. Tolkien

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