University of Cambridge
Lecturer and Director of Studies in English, Peterhouse College; Affiliated Lecturer, Faculty of English.
Dr Wallace began her research career focusing on Shelley and Romantic Hellenism, and continues to write about the Romantics and Greece, and her interests have since developed into various related areas: Literature of the period 1780-1900; Women, gender and the classics; memorial and memory; Greek tragedy; Comparative tragedy; Greece and hellenism; Photography and performance. Current research projects include curating a volume for Bloomsbury - A Cultural History of Tragedy in the Modern Age, and writing a book on Tragedy post-9/11. Publications include books on The Cambridge Introduction to Tragedy (2007); The Oxford History of Classical Reception in English Literature 1790-1880 (2015); "Tragedy, Photography and Osama Bin Laden: Looking at the Enemy", Critical Quarterly, 57.2 (2015), and articles on Shelley, Keats, Byron, Wordsworth, Mary Shelley, Elizabeth Carter, Elizabeth Barrett Browning, Matthew Arnold and comparative drama and Tragedy.