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Christopher Griffin (he/him) (@CJGriffin) is a Graduate Teaching Assistant (GTA) and AHRC-funded researcher of Late 20C and 21C Anglophone Literature and Culture at the University of Warwick. His doctoral research centers on the C21 Anglophone novel in Britain, neoliberalism, and the aesthetics of ‘the secret’. Christopher holds an MPhil in Modern and Contemporary Literature from Pembroke College, Cambridge (Distinction), where he wrote his dissertation on the aesthetics of the secret in Jackie Kay’s Trumpet. His work has been published in Alluvium and Postcolonial Writer’s Make Worlds and he is an affiliate of Pandemic Perspectives.
As an autistic, Christopher has an abiding commitment to greater accessibility in HE for Previously Excluded Communities.