Dr Carole Bourne-Taylor is Organising Tutor and Fellow in French at Brasenose College. Her main research interests are in comparative literature and phenomenology. She has worked on a variety of Anglophone writers, especially Virginia Woolf, and more recently, on French contemporary poetry, focusing on the French poet and philosopher Michel Deguy. She is the co-editor of Phenomenology, Modernism and Beyond (Peter Lang, 2010) with Ariane Mildenberg. She is currently writing on modern French poetry and the phenomenology of Maurice Merleau-Ponty, and also a literary biography of Charles Morgan. She has written the introduction to his recently published Three Plays and Dramatic Critic. Selected Reviews.
Carole Bourne-Taylor's research interests are in modernist and comparative literature, phenomenology and reception studies.