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Shelley Angelie Saggar, MA Postcolonial Literary and Cultural Studies

Having come to Leeds as an undergraduate, Shelley's interest in postcolonial studies saw her stay on for postgraduate study.
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Richard Salmon, Senior Lecturer in English Literature (Victorian)

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Nineteenth-Century literature and culture; the Victorian novel; authorship and the literary profession; literature and modernity; Henry James; William Makepeace Thackeray
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Matthew Salway, PhD Research Student

My thesis, entitled "The Pursuit of Character: Masculinity, Legibility and the American Novel," is about character as a political, religious and literary parameter of recognisability in U.S. life.
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Ria Angelica Scott, MA Theatre and Global Development

Postgraduate international student Ria shares her experiences of moving to Leeds and how the facilities and activities on campus have helped her gain more independence.
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Alison Searle, University Academic Fellow in Textual Studies and Digital Editing

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renaissance drama | early modern religious dissent | performance | scholarly editing | editor of James Shirley's The Sisters & co-general editor of Richard Baxter's letters for Oxford UP | @aasearle
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Julia Snell, Associate Professor in English Language

0113-343-4734

Language variation; social class; ethnographic and interactional discourse analysis; regional/social dialectology; language ideologies; classroom discourse; teacher professional development.
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Tess Somervell, British Academy Postdoctoral Fellow

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Eighteenth-century and Romantic literature; nature poetry; ecocriticism; georgic and pastoral; time in literature; reception and allusion.
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Kate Spowage, PhD Researcher

My broad interests include: language policy; language ideologies; linguistic hegemony; language and capitalism; and 'Global English.' My thesis examines the politics of Rwandan language policy.
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Caitlin E. Stobie, PhD Candidate

Posthumanism, new materialism; postcolonial ecocriticism; postcolonial literature; critical animal studies; literature and biology.
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Rachel Sulich, Research Postgraduate Student

Voluntary death; eighteenth-century constructions of the self; the early novel; sensibility; the sentimental tradition; sympathy.
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