Erika Fülöp

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Dr Erika Fülöp is Lecturer in French Studies at Lancaster University, where she is a member of The Authors and the World research hub. She previously held an Alexander von Humboldt Research Fellowship at the Interdisciplinary Center for Narratology at the University of Hamburg and a lectureship at New College, Oxford. Her research focuses on the intersections between literature and philosophy, especially on forms of reflexivity, and on the impact of digital technology on literature. She has published a monograph entitled Proust, the One, and the Many: Identity and Difference in À la recherche du temps perdu (Legenda, 2012) and articles and book chapters on fiction, philosophy, and the digital. She has also co-edited three collective volumes, on contemporary French narratives, on women’s writing, and on Proust and jealousy respectively. She is currently running a year-long project entitled ’Screening the Literary: Writing Quality On the Web’ at Lancaster University, which includes discussions with authors and researchers on the uses and future of the category of the ’literary’ in the digital age.

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