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Alaric Hall, Lecturer in Medieval English Literature

+44 (0)113 343 4761

Alaric's research focuses on Britain and Scandinavia, 500-1600. He is also working on medievalism, particularly in modern Icelandic culture.
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Paul Hammond, Professor of Seventeenth-Century English Literature

+44(0) 113 343 4746

Literature and intellectual history of the seventeenth century, with a special focus on poetry.
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Sebastian Hare, BA English and Spanish

I was immediately attracted by Leeds' fantastic reputation and particularly of the highly rated English and Spanish departments.
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Georgina Harmsworth, BA English and Philosophy

Georgina tells us which clubs and societies she is a member of and explains why the lecturers are the best thing about her course.
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Burkhard Hauder, Senior Student Education Service Officer (Study Abroad/Work Placement and Assessment

+44 (0)113 343 4764

Responsible for the promotion and administration of the the study abroad and work placement programme in the School; administration of assessed essays.
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Frances Hemsley, Research Postgraduate Student

Postcolonial literature; environmental humanities; medical humanities; psychoanalysis (especially Didier Anzieu); illness and epidemiology; psychophysiology and the skin.
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Kit Heyam, Postgraduate Research Student

Former PhD student (awaiting viva) and seminar tutor in the School of English. Thesis entitled "Literary and historical representations of Edward II and his favourites, c.1305-1700". Pronouns: he/him.
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David Higgins, Associate Professor in English Literature

+44(0) 113 343 4799

British culture and literature during the Romantic period: ecology; constructions of the self; nationalism and imperialism; ideas of community; genius and creativity.
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Joyce Hill, Emeritus Professor of Medieval Literature

+44 (0)113 343 4739

Anglo-Saxon Benedictine Reform and its impact on ecclesiastical and cultural life.
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Graham Huggan, Professor of Commonwealth and Postcolonial Literatures

+44(0) 113 343 4767

Comparative postcolonial literary/cultural studies, travel writing, ecocriticism, short fiction, and film.
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