Personal and Professional Bio:
Huw's past research examined the career of the English language Welsh novelist Rhys Davies in the context of identity and the literary market. This project was followed by a work on the professional, political, and cultural career of Charles Lahr, a 1930s London bookstore owner. His books include Rhys Davies (University of Wales Press, 2009), The Rise of the Modernist Bookshop (Ashgate, 2015; Routledge 2016), Queer Wales: The History, Culture and Politics of Queer Life in Wales (University of Wales Press, 2016), and Queer Square Mile: Queer Short Stories from Wales (Parthian 2021), co-edited with Kirsti Bohata and Mihangel Morgan. His current interest is in queer Welsh fantasy and SF.
Modern British Literature, Welsh Literature, Book History, and Queer Theory.
- Queer Square Mile: Queer Short Stories from Wales. Ed. Kirsti Bohata, Mihangel Morgan, and Huw Osborne. 2021.
- Queer Wales: the history, culture and politics of queer life in Wales. Ed. Huw Osborne. 2016. Queer Wales
- The Rise of the Modernist Bookshop: Books and the Commerce of Culture in the Twentieth Century. Ed. Huw Osborne. 2015. The Rise of the Modernist Bookshop
- "Cocked and Ready: Teaching the Humanities in the Royal Military College of Canada Classroom." Military and Academic Cultures. Ashgate. 2010.
- Rhys Davies. University of Wales Press. 2009.
- 'What a fine body of men they are': Class, Gender, Sexuality, and the Authorial Identity of Rhys Davies." The Yearbook of Welsh Writing in English. 2009.
- ENE100/110 Introduction to Literary Studies and University Writing Skills
- ENE210 Reading the Contemporary World: 1900 to the Present
- ENE311 British Literature: 1890s to 1945
- ENE313 Postmodern British Literature