Dr Philip Shaw has research interests in Romantic poetry and prose, critical theory, popular music, and the visual arts. His most recent publications include: Patti Smith: Horses (2008), The Sublime (2006), Waterloo and the Romantic Imagination (2002), as editor, Romantic Wars: Studies in Culture and Conflict, 1789-1822 (2000) and, as co-editor with Vincent Newey, Mortal Pages, Literary Lives: Studies in Nineteenth-Century Autobiography (1996). He has also written articles on Wordsworth and Byron, on William Godwin, on eighteenth century military painting, and on Goya’s Disasters of War. At present he is working on a book-length art historical study for Ashgate, entitled Suffering and Sentiment in Romantic Military Art and is a co-investigator for the AHRC-funded Tate Research project The Sublime Object. He is Reviews Editor of The Byron Journal and in 2008 was elected a Fellow of the English Association.