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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

Virginia Woolf and Ecstasy: Feeling Beside Oneself to Touch the Thing Itself

HARRIS, ANGELA,CATHERINE (2019) Virginia Woolf and Ecstasy: Feeling Beside Oneself to Touch the Thing Itself. Doctoral thesis, Durham University.

(20 Sep 2019) » Virginia Woolf and Ecstasy: Feeling Beside Oneself to Touch the Thing Itself


‘To Keep Alive the Heart in the Head’: Versions of Transcendence in Samuel Taylor Coleridge’s Poetry 1796-1817

TAI, SHUET,YIN,SHARON (2019) ‘To Keep Alive the Heart in the Head’: Versions of Transcendence in Samuel Taylor Coleridge’s Poetry 1796-1817. Doctoral thesis, Durham University.

(14 Aug 2019) » ‘To Keep Alive the Heart in the Head’: Versions of Transcendence in Samuel Taylor Coleridge’s Poetry 1796-1817


Another Kind of Light: A Loving Attention in Modern British and Irish Fiction

LEE, CHERYL,JULIA,WEI,LING (2019) Another Kind of Light: A Loving Attention in Modern British and Irish Fiction. Doctoral thesis, Durham University.

(14 Aug 2019) » Another Kind of Light: A Loving Attention in Modern British and Irish Fiction


‘Y slepe, and myn herte wakith’: Music and Visual Art in Middle English Dream Visions

KUNTZ, KOREN (2019) ‘Y slepe, and myn herte wakith’: Music and Visual Art in Middle English Dream Visions. Doctoral thesis, Durham University.

(7 Jun 2019) » ‘Y slepe, and myn herte wakith’: Music and Visual Art in Middle English Dream Visions


Re-evaluating the Representation of Saracen Women in Middle English Romance: Influences from the East

DADA, ANUM,TARIQ (2019) Re-evaluating the Representation of Saracen Women in Middle English Romance: Influences from the East. Doctoral thesis, Durham University.

(6 Jun 2019) » Re-evaluating the Representation of Saracen Women in Middle English Romance: Influences from the East


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