Dr Angus Wrenn has taught at the London School of Economics since 1997, both on the course Literature and Society, 1900-Present, and the courses Comparative Literature and Society and Contemporary Literature and Global Society. He has also taught drama on the Text and Performance MA taught jointly by King’s College London and RADA.
From Orientalism to Cultural Capital: The Myth of Russia in British Literature of the 1920 (with Olga Sobolev in print Peter Lang, 2017)
‘Wagner’s Ring Cycle and Parade’s End’ in Ford Madox Ford’s Parade’s End. The First World War, Culture, and Modernity (Rodopi Amsterdam/New York, 2014)
‘Henry James’s Europe’ in The Cambridge Companion to European Novelists (Cambridge University Press: 2012)
The only hope of the world: George Bernard Shaw and Russia(with Olga Sobolev), Oxford, Peter Lang, 2012)
Henry James and the Second Empire (Legenda, 2009) and articles on the reception of Ford Madox Ford, and of Henry James in Europe.