James Riley is Fellow and College Lecturer in English at Girton College where he is also Graduate Tutor. He works on modern and contemporary literature, film and counterculture. Recent publications involve a multi-volume collection on the film and literature of the 1960s. He’s currently at work on Playback Hex, a study of William Burroughs and the tape recorder. James is a Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts. He writes about his research and other matters at the blog Residual Noise.
The Alchemical Landscape Research Network ran from 2016 – 2019.