PhD funding success in the School of English

Many new PhD projects will begin in the School next year, and the following students have been successful in obtaining full or partial funding. Well done to them all!

Geraldine Bell (School fee-waiver) ‘Can these bones live?’ (Ezekiel 37:3): A literary examination of the dead body.

Crystal Biggin (Midlands 3 Cities studentship) Reading and Reviewing the Mid Eighteenth-Century English Novel.

Stephanie Coster (Midlands 3 Cities studentship) ‘Conscious of doing what I ought’? Andrew Marvell and anticlericalism.

Bronwen Edwards (Midlands 3 Cities studentship) “What you have to do is remember”: Examining the connections between memoirs, biographical and fictional representations of women’s experiences in the intelligence services in the Second World War.

Nathan Francis (College scholarship) The Representation of the Internet in Contemporary Fiction.

Katie Jones (School fee-waiver) Border Crossing; Memories of Tragedy in the Twentieth-Century.

Peter Kalu (College scholarship) She Bangs The Drum: Black Characters in British Romantic Comedy Novels.

More information about studying for a PhD in the School of English.

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