Alexandra Lewis is a lecturer in English literature and creative writing, and associate director of the Centre for the Novel, at the University of Aberdeen, Uniterd Kingdom. She holds a PhD from Trinity College, Cambridge, where she was Cambridge Commonwealth Trust Scholar, and has taught at the universities of Cambridge, Warwick, and Goldsmiths, London. Her publications on the Brontës include chapters in Acts of Memory (2010), The Brontës in Context (2012), Picturing Women’s Health (2014), Feminist Moments (2016) and Charlotte Brontë: Legacies and Afterlives (2017). Alexandra is editor of The Brontës and the Idea of the Human: Science, Ethics, and the Victorian Imagination (Cambridge University Press, forthcoming) and the Norton Critical Edition of Wuthering Heights (forthcoming, 2018). She is currently completing a monograph on trauma in 19th-century literature and psychology. She serves on the executive committee of both the British and the Australasian Associations for Victorian Studies. Alexandra’s poetry and fiction appear in Causeway/Cabhsair, The Interpreter’s House and Southerly.