Applications are invited for a three-year funded PhD studentship in the School of English, on the topic ‘Community health and wellbeing in contemporary British fiction and culture’
Hannah Robb, a final-year student from the School of English, was honoured with the Outstanding Student Contribution to Sustainability prize at the University's 2013 Sustainability Awards.
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My work examines the inter-relationship between literature and politics in the long eighteenth-century. I have particular interests in the theatrical and political career of Richard Brinsley Sheridan.
In my PhD thesis called ‘The Reflection and the Beholder: Mirror Metaphors in English Renaissance Literature’ I study the mirror motif and its relation to the notion of subjectivity and identity.