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Student Research Profiles

Student Research Profiles (Click on the name to link to the full profile)

Caroline Bayliss-GreenQueer Subjectivities, Closeting and Non-Normative Desire in Nineteenth-Century Women’s Poetry and Life Writing

Jason Crellin – Schizoanalysis and the Gothic: Terror and Subjectivity in H.P Lovecraft and William S. Burroughs

Graham Foster – The Gathering of a Force: The Millennial Fictions of David Foster Wallace and the Beginning of an American Anti-Tradition

Mark Hallihan – The Biological Subject: Reworking Judith Butler’s Theory of the Body through Henri Bergson’s Process Philosophy

Elizabeth Harris – ‘The earth-haunted mind’: The Search for Reconnection with Nature, Place and the Environment in the Poetry of Edward Thomas, T.S. Eliot, Edith Sitwell, Edgell Rickword, and Charlotte Mew

Steve Hollyman – The Self-Begetting Novel: Metafiction in the Twenty-First Century

Aaron Jackson – J.R.R. Tolkien and Salman Rushdie

Martin Kratz – Touching the Untouchable: The Language of Touch in the Poetry of Les Murray and Michael Symmons Roberts

Robert Lapsley – At grips with the impossible: psychoanalytic film theory after Deleuze

Jonathan Mann – Intertextual Poetics: Modernism and the Poet-Figure in the Work of Anthony Burgess

Eileen J. Pollard – Origin and Ellipsis in the Writing of Hilary Mantel

Ian Shaw – No Laughing Matter? An interdisciplinary analysis of contemporary comedic representations of disability in Hollywood and British cinema.

Richard Gough Thomas – The Late Novels of William Godwin