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Sophie Carr, BA English Literature and Theatre Studies (Industrial)

Sophie talks about the passion and enthusiasm of the workshop theatre tutors and how she took the opportunity to travel around Europe during her work placement year.
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Hamilton Carroll, Associate Professor of English (American Literature and Culture)

+44(0) 113 343 4730

Twentieth and twenty-first century US literature and culture, film studies, critical theory, gender studies
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Mary Chapman, PhD Student

My thesis examines how literature shaped the development of gendered psycho-medical theory in the 19th century. It is interdisciplinary, combining literary studies and the history of psychiatry.
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Christine Chettle, Postgraduate Research Student

I am interested in aesthetics and social transformation in the Victorian period and in links between fantasy and realism.
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Shirley Chew, Emeritus Professor of Commonwealth and Postcolonial Literature

+44(0) 113 343 4767

Work in progress includes: Anita Desai, a monograph; and Blackwell History of Postcolonial Literature.
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Zindaba Dunduzu Chisiza, PhD Graduand

I recently completed my PhD in Theatre Studies. I specialise in Theatre for Development, theatre with young people, masculinities and arts-based HIV prevention.
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Victoria Clarke, MA Victorian Literature

Part time Masters student Victoria was the first in her family to attend university, and is now studying for a PhD in Victorian literature.
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Rebecca Collins, Teaching Fellow

PhD Aberystwyth University, MA in Performance Queen Mary University of London, MA in Performance and Visual Cultures Universidad de Alcala de Henares
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Tony Crowley, Professor of English Language

+44(0) 113 343 4740

The politics of language, specifically the way in which language constructs, and is constructed by, forms of social power; the interrelations between language and history in Britain and Ireland.
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