Lee Horsley

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After graduating from the University of Minnesota (1965), Lee Horsley came to England as a Fulbright Scholar to do her postgraduate work and has lived here ever since. She has been at the University of Lancaster since 1974 – currently teaching twentieth-century British and American literature and two specialist crime courses. In recent years, she has worked a lot on web development and eLearning, and was an English Subject Centre e-Advocate in 2006-07. She has written (with Graham Mort) about the relationship between virtual learning environments and the pedagogy of English and Creative Writing, and is Director of Web Development in the Centre for Transcultural Writing and Research.