Dr Moseley was formerly Senior Tutor. He lectures and teaches in Classics and in mediaeval and Renaissance literature in the English Faculty of the University of Cambridge, and is the author of many books and articles, not all in his specialist fields. He has lectured frequently in the United States, and has held the English Speaking Union’s Evelyn Wrench Fellowship on several occasions. He has travelled widely in the Arctic, and is a member of the Arctic Club. He has been elected Fellow of the Society of Antiquaries of London, a Fellow of the English Association, and is also a member of the Society for Nautical Research and a Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts.
He has recently contributed to books on Mandeville’s Travels (2011 and 2014), to the Cambridge Companion to Shakespeare’s Late Plays (2014), to the Cambridge World Shakespeare Encyclopaedia (2016), the Routledge Encyclopedia of the Middle Ages online, to L’Image Brisé – The Broken Image (2019), and to various journals such as Cahiers Elizabéthains, the Yearbook of English Studies and Early Modern Culture onLine. He edited and contributed to a special double issue of Critical Survey (2017 and 2018), and edited a major collection of essays on Chaucer, Engaging with Chaucer: Practice,Authority, Reading (2020). His most recent books are Between the Tides: A Lancashire Youth (2014), and Latitude North (October 2015), Coming to Terms: Cambridge In and Out (2017), and Hungry Heart Roaming: An Odyssey of Sorts (2021).