Eliane Glaser is an English writer, lecturer, radio producer and broadcaster.
Early life and media career
Glaser was educated at St Edmund Hall, Oxford, graduating from Oxford University with a First Class degree in English Literature in 1995, before gaining her PhD in early modern literature in 2000 at Birkbeck, University of London.
Glaser has written for the London Review of Books, New Statesman, and Times Higher Education. She has blogged for The Huffington Post. and is a contributor to The Guardian, where she has written articles on contemporary propaganda, fake authenticity, Astroturf politics, cyber-utopianism, and the ideology of natural childbirth. Glaser is a regular contributor to, producer of, and sometime presenter for BBC Radio 3 and Radio 4.
Glaser's work often focuses on contemporary culture, politics, and ideology, and "exposes other people's polemical strategies, particularly when they are concealed or disavowed; presented as self-evident fact." Glaser has written reports and articles for the New Economics Foundation and the Institute for Public Policy Research.She is on the management committee of the Compass think tank. She is Senior Lecturer in Creative Writing at Bath Spa University and an Associate Research Fellow at Birkbeck, University of London. In 2017 Glaser will be a Visiting Fellow of St. Catherine's College, Oxford University.
|2007||Judaism without Jews: Philosemitism and Christian Polemic in Early Modern England||Palgrave Macmillan||ISBN 978-0230507746|
|2012||Get Real: How to Tell it Like it is in a World of Illusions||Fourth Estate||ISBN 978-0007416820|