Keywords: Transnationalism; Nationalism; Globalisation; Heritage; Historiography; Power
Biography: Emma Hills is an SWWDTP Funded PhD Researcher at the University of Southampton and the University of Exeter. Her thesis, 'Disraeli's Library: The Making of an Imperial Imagination 1820-1837' brings together her research interests in nineteenth-century book history, literature and culture, the British Imperial project, postcolonialism, and decolonisation. With a strong interest and experience in the heritage sector - developed through working with the National Trust's collections at Hughenden Manor - in the summer of 2021, Emma undertook a three-month placement with the Royal Cornwall Museum in Truro (https://www.sww-ahdtp.ac.uk/student-blogs/emma-hills-talks-about-her-placement-at-cornwall-museums-partnership/). Between January 2021 and January 2022, Emma was the Editor-in-Chief of Romance, Revolution and Reform, and produced Issue 4: 'Transnationalism in the Long-Nineteenth Century'.
A.0. Editorial: Transnationalism in Long-Nineteenth Century Literature and Twenty-First Century Heritage
Emma Hills (Editor-in-Chief)