Consciousness, Literature and the Arts


Editorial Board




Daphne Grace received her D.Phil in English Literature. She has taught twentieth century and postcolonial literature at Eastern Mediterranean University (North Cyprus), the University of Sussex (England) and at the University College of The Bahamas. She now teaches at the University of Brighton, UK. Her book, The Woman in the Muslin Mask: Veiling and Identity in Postcolonial Literature was published by Pluto Press in 2004. She has also published in the fields of women’s studies and transnational ethics. Interested in consciousness studies for over twenty years, she is a qualified teacher of Transcendental Meditation.  She worked for many years in introducing and implementing programmes of meditation in education systems and institutions around the world, and has researched and written on the benefits of meditation. Her most recent book, Beyond Bodies: Gender, Literature and the Enigma of Consciousness was is to be published by Rodopi in the series Consciousness, Literature and the Arts.