Dr Jeremy Scott's teaching and research focuses on the border between language and literary studies. Specifically, he teaches in the areas of literary stylistics, narrative and narratology, critical linguistic, literary and cultural theory, and also teaches creative writing.
Jeremy's current research interests are in fictional technique, literary representations of dialect, the relationship between narratives and identity and stylistics-based approaches to creative writing and creativity in general.
He has published on contemporary British and Irish fiction, Nordic literature, on literary stylistics and travel literature, as well as publishing his own creative work.
Jeremy teaches modules on stylistics and language in the media.