Cassie’s research focusses on the literature and culture of late-eighteenth and early-nineteenth centuries, and she has particular interests in the works (and networks) of Frances Burney and Hester Piozzi, in female literary professionalism, artistic and intellectual sociability, and literary biography. She has worked on RCUK-funded projects including the Creative Communities AHRC Network at the University of Leeds, and the Leverhulme-funded Networks of Improvement project at the Centre for Eighteenth-Century Studies, University of York. Cassie has held visiting fellowships at the Burney Centre, McGill University (2016), and the Houghton Library, Harvard University (2016-17). Cassie has organised a number of international conferences, including Gendering the Book in the Long Eighteenth Century (Leeds, 2014) and the 2016 conference of the Burney Society (UK) at the University of Durham.
Cassie Ulph specialises in the undergraduate teaching of literature of the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries. Before joining BGU as a Lecturer in 2016, Cassie taught at the Universities of Leeds, York and Manchester.