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Durham University

Department of English Studies

Publications

A comprehensive database of all our recent publications, including the full-text of items published under open access schemes, can be found in Durham Research Online. Research theses produced by our PhD students can be read at Durham e-Theses.

Recent Books

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'Sweet above compare'? disputing about taste in Venus and Adonis, Love's Labour's Lost, Othello, and Troilus and Cressida.

Swann, Elizabeth L. (2020) ''Sweet above compare'? disputing about taste in Venus and Adonis, Love's Labour's Lost, Othello, and Troilus and Cressida.', in Shakespeare / sense. London: Bloomsbury. The Arden Shakespeare.

'Sweet above compare'? disputing about taste in Venus and Adonis, Love's Labour's Lost, Othello, and Troilus and Cressida.

Victorian autobiography, child study and the origins of child psychology.

Laing, Roisín (2019) 'Victorian autobiography, child study and the origins of child psychology.', in Victorian culture and the origin of disciplines. Abingdon, Oxon: Routledge. The nineteenth century series.

Victorian autobiography, child study and the origins of child psychology.

Candid lying and precocious storytelling in Victorian literature and psychology.

Laing, Roisín (2016) 'Candid lying and precocious storytelling in Victorian literature and psychology.', Journal of Victorian culture., 21 (4). pp. 500-513.

Candid lying and precocious storytelling in Victorian literature and psychology.

Our Staff

We are a leading centre for undergraduate teaching, and host a thriving community of postgraduate scholars, literary critics, and interdisciplinary researchers.

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The Department hosts one of the longest-running online postgraduate journals in literary studies, Postgraduate English, which is edited by two PhD students each year.