Matthew Feldman is Professor in the Modern History of Ideas at Teesside University, where is also co-directs the Centre for Fascist, Anti-fascist and Post-fascist Studies. With Professor Erik Tonning, he edits two Bloomsbury Academic books series: Historicizing Modernism and Modernist Archives, in addition to co-editing the online Wiley-Blackwell’s journal, Religion Compass: Modern Ideologies and Faith. He has held research fellowships at the universities of Northampton, Birmingham, Oxford, Richmond and Bergen, Norway, and has written widely on modernism, including the recent study Ezra Pound’s Fascist Propaganda, 1935-1945 (Palgrave, 2013). His work on Samuel Beckett focuses on interwar philosophy, postwar radio ‘adaptations’, and is closely associated with the ‘empirical turn’ in Beckett Studies this century. His books include Beckett’s Books: A Cultural History of Samuel Beckett’s ‘Interwar Notes’ (Bloomsbury, 2008); his essay collection Falsifying Beckett: Essays on Archives, Philosophy and Methodology in Beckett Studies and the essay collection, with Karim Mamdani, Beckett/Philosophy (both with Ibidem/Columbia University Press, 2015). With David Addyman and Steven Matthews he is currently completing an annotated transcription of Samuel Beckett’s ‘Philosophy Notes’ (Oxford University Press, 2017).