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Durham University

Department of English Studies

Our Current and Recent Research Students

We host a thriving postgraduate community. The profiles of some of our current research students can be found below; some of our researchers can also be found on Twitter. Our PhD graduates produce theses across a wide range of fascinating topics, before going on to establish careers in academia and elsewhere.

If you are a current PhD researcher and want to add or update your profile, visit the Profile Editor or email alistair.brown@durham.ac.uk.

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News Feed: Recent Theses

The Edge of Time: The Critical Dynamics of Structural Chronotopes in the Utopian Novel

LOHMANN, SARAH,ELIZABETH (2020) The Edge of Time: The Critical Dynamics of Structural Chronotopes in the Utopian Novel. Doctoral thesis, Durham University.

(10 Jul 2020) » The Edge of Time: The Critical Dynamics of Structural Chronotopes in the Utopian Novel


The View from Somewhere: Ambivalence in The Fiction of Jonathan Franzen and Amitav Ghosh

CHOU, MEGUMI,GRACE (2019) The View from Somewhere: Ambivalence in The Fiction of Jonathan Franzen and Amitav Ghosh. Unspecified thesis, Durham University.

(16 Jun 2020) » The View from Somewhere: Ambivalence in The Fiction of Jonathan Franzen and Amitav Ghosh


Anarchy and the Violet Hour: Eve, Adam, and the Cult of the Individual in The Waste Land

BRANNIGAN, WILLIAM,KIERAN (2020) Anarchy and the Violet Hour: Eve, Adam, and the Cult of the Individual in The Waste Land. Masters thesis, Durham University.

(11 Jun 2020) » Anarchy and the Violet Hour: Eve, Adam, and the Cult of the Individual in The Waste Land


Musicality and Harmony in Wordsworth's Poetry, 1798-1814

LO, YIMON (2020) Musicality and Harmony in Wordsworth's Poetry, 1798-1814. Doctoral thesis, Durham University.

(1 Jun 2020) » Musicality and Harmony in Wordsworth's Poetry, 1798-1814


The Contemporary Novel and the Brain

RILEY, NATALIE (2020) The Contemporary Novel and the Brain. Doctoral thesis, Durham University.

(22 May 2020) » The Contemporary Novel and the Brain


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