Graham Tulloch undertook a degree in English at the University of Adelaide from which he graduated with First Class honours. He studied briefly at Macquarie University before taking up a Commonwealth Scholarship at the University of Leicester working with K.C. Phillipps. His PhD thesis was on the subject of Walter Scott's period language. With the addition of a study of Scott's Scottish language this was published as The Language of Walter Scott in the Language Library series in 1980. From 1973 to 2013 he taught English at Flinders University. He has published books and articles on Scottish literature and language and has edited Walter Scott's Ivanhoe, Marcus Clarke's His Natural Life, Catherine Martin's An Australian Girl, Walter Scott's Shorter Fiction and James Hogg's The Three Perils of Man (with Judy King), and Walter Scott's previously unpublished works The Siege of Malta and Bizarro (with J.H. Alexander and Judy King).
BA (Hons) University of Adelaide 1969
PhD University of Leicester 1973
Professor of English
Old English Literature and Language; Scottish Literature; Editing
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