Ms Chloe Osborne

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Personal profile

I am an AHRC funded Doctoral researcher at Royal Hollowing investigating the intersections and interplay between anthropological and literary writing about the Pacific in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries, alongside contemporary indigenous responses. My work focuses in particular on Robert Louis Stevenson and the Samoan author Albert Wendt, and the anthropologists Andrew Lang, Margaret Mead and Bronislaw Malinowski.

I am Chair of the London Nineteenth-Century Studies Graduate Strand run through the Institute of English Studies in London, which brings together PGRs and ECRs working on the long-nineteenth century. More information can be found on our website ( or by following us on Twitter (@LNCSSGS). In 2021 I will be AHRC Visiting Fellow at the Huntington Library, California. 

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