Joe Andrew (academic)

Joe Andrew (academic)

Joe Andrew (born Joseph Matthew Andrew, 1 June 1948, Derby) is a British academic whose main research interests are 19th-century Russian literature, feminist approaches to literature, and women writers. More recently, Andrew has shown great interest in film studies, leading film-based modules on the Media, Communications and Culture programme at Keele University.

Andrew is Professor of Russian Literature at Keele University. His publishing history includes 24 books (monographs, single authored research translations, single edited books, co-edited books, and co-translated books), 61 articles (single authored articles in refereed journals, single authored chapters in books, and co-authored chapters in books), 57 translations, and 58 reviews.

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