Andrew Key works on British and Irish modernism, post-45 experimental prose, the Frankfurt School, and psychoanalysis. He is also interested in the history of political aesthetics, from Kant up to British Cultural Studies. He is currently writing a dissertation about the relationship between style and right-wing politics in Britain during the twentieth century. He completed a BA in English and an MA in Critical Theory, both at the University of Sussex, before coming to Berkeley in 2014. He co-organises the Townsend Center Psychoanalysis Working Group and a critical seminar series in the English Department, That Thing You Like Is Bad.