Morgan Daniels, Ph.D

Faculty, London Center

Since 2017 I have been a Senior Lecturer in Media and History at the London Center. My research interests include the legacies of British imperialism; the sea in popular culture; surrealism; the history of London; Marxism; and the history of radio. In both my writing and teaching I am driven by a desire to put the past into dialogue with the present; to study the British Empire, for me, is also to confront contemporary Western imperialist policy.


Recent Publications:

‘The Art of Cable-Laying’ in Emma Roberts (ed.), Art and the Sea (Liverpool: Liverpool University Press, 2021).

‘Some moments of flag desecration in professional wrestling’ in Claire Warden et al. (eds.), Performance and Professional Wrestling (London and New York, NY: Routledge, 2016).

‘No Flowers: Performative Interventions “at the Moment of” Margaret Thatcher’s Passing’ (with Sophie Bush), TDR/The Drama Review, Vol. 5, No. 2 (summer 2015).