Delphine Grass

Delphine Grass’ works explore the poetics and politics of (not) belonging in a wide range of creative and critical contexts. One aspect of her research focuses on creative critical practices, or forms of art writing, around translation. Her works also focuses on national indifference as an ethics of care in Modernism. She is Senior lecturer in French and Comparative Literature at Lancaster University, a published writer of poetry and non-fiction, and a translator.