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Current postgraduate students studying in the School of Modern Languages

Arabic

Estrella Samba Campos (esc6)
A study of Knowledge in Classical Arabic Literature: an approach through Dynamic Reading

Abdullah Eissa (aeaa)
Cultural Analysis of Phraseology in Classical Arabic Literature in al-Andalus: a Case Study of Ibn-Alkhat

Khaled Ghazel (kg47)
Post–Civil War Anglophone Lebanese fiction with a focus on the interfaces between homosexuality, masculinity and violence

Tiran Manucharyan (tm84)
‘Kings and Clowns’: the Portrayal of Political and Intellectual Leadership in Contemporary Egyptian theatre, 1967-2014


Comparative Literature

Simon Kay (smgk)
The Reception of Virgil's Aeneid in the Political, Religious and Cultural Context of 16th Century France

Bram van Leuveren (bvl)
Spectacles of Diplomacy: French Festival Culture in a European Context, c1570-c1610


French

Kirsty Boardman (klb65)
Time and epoch in contemporary French fiction

Fiona Dakin (frd2)
Translation, Adaptation, Creativity: Baudelaire as Translator / Baudelaire Translated

Anaïs Fusaro (af80)
Serge Doubrovsky, Mourning and (Self)Transformation


German

Ben Catchpole (bpc2)
First year research

Ioana Coman (ic39)
Liquid vision: Seeing blood & torture in late medieval crucifixions
Supervisors: Dr Kathryn M Rudy, Prof Bettina Bildhauer
Funded by: SGSAH AHRC Doctoral Training Partnership

Rebecca Hagen (rh203)
Motifs, metaphors and memes - Native traditions in German Shakespeare translation and reception

Michelle Leese (mjl8)
The impersonal passive in German of the type Es wurde getanzt: a structural analysis


Italian

Cecilia Ascoli (ca71)
Carlotta De Saxy’s 'National Education' for Women at the Turn of the 19th Century

Giulia Borrini (gb97)
First year research

Margherita Carlotti (mc327)
First year research

Jacopo Colombini (ic41)
Transnationalizing Lampedusa: representing migration in Italy and beyond

Eleanor Crabtree (evc2)
Multidirectional Memory in Contemporary Roman Narrative, Film, and Street Art

Daniele Lei (dl67)
First year yesearch

Carmela Pierini (cp38)
Anna Banti e la molteplicità della sua scrittura

Elisa Walker (enw4)

Rebecca Walker (rmw8)
First year research
Funded by Carnegie Trust


Linguistics

Nadih Alghamdi (nasa)
First year research

Samirah Aljohani (sa65)
An Aspectual Analysis of the Adjectival Passive in English: Subsective Gradience in 2nd Participles


Mediaeval Studies

Laura Bernardazzi (lgb6)
First year research

Hailey Ogle (ho32)
First year research


Persian

Parviz Jahed (pj28)
First year research

Salour Evaz Malayeri (sem25)
First year research

Farshad Sonboldel (fs58)
Marginal Pioneer Poetry between the 1920s and 1960s in Iran


Spanish and Latin America

Sergi Auladell Fauchs (saf4)
Title: The Independences of Catalonia: Articulating Political Identities in a Period of Referential Crisis (2010-2015)
Supervisors: Prof Jordi Larios and Prof Will Fowler
Funded by School of Modern Languages Scholarship. 

Karen Angella Brown (kab25)
Title: Lorca in Translation: Exploring Poetry and Marginality
Supervisors: Prof Jordi Larios and Dr Javier Letrán
Self-funded

Brigid Cruzado (bcc2)
Title: Historicity and horizontalidad in post-Crisis Argentine Culture
Supervisor: Dr Eleni Kefala
Funded by Santander 600 PhD Scholarship

Isabelle Gribomont (ig25)
Title: The Writings of the Subcomandante Marcos from a Literary Perspective.
Supervisors: Prof Will Fowler and Dr Eleni Kefala
Funded by Principal’s Fund

Maria Guadalupe Elias Arriaga (mgea)
Title: Mexican Women Writers (1900-1950)
Supervisor: Dr Catherine O’Leary
Funded by CONACYT Scholarship Program for Studies Abroad (Mexico).

Julia Hieske (jch23)
Title: Terry’s Travel Guidebooks to Mexico, 1909-1930.
Supervisor: Prof Will Fowler
Funded by School of Modern Languages Scholarship.

Karunika Kardak (kk63)
Title: The Historical Novel in Post-dictatorship Uruguay
Supervisors: Prof Gustavo San Román and Dr Catherine O’Leary
Funded by The State Government of Maharashtra Scholarship

Erika Madrigal Hernández (emh22)
Title: El Ateneo Mexicano and early expressions of Mexican national identity during the early national period, 1821-1855
Supervisor: Prof Will Fowler
Funded by CONACYT Scholarship Program for Studies Abroad (Mexico)

Juan José Mosquera Ramallo (jjmr2)
Title: Transcendence and The Sacred in the works of Antonio Muñoz Molina: a Different Approach to Contemporary Western Thought
Supervisors: Dr Javier Letrán (with Dr Ricardo Fernández)    
Self-funded

MLitt students, 2017/18

Mariana Avilano Del Rio, Erasmus Mundus MLitt Crossways in Cultural Narratives

Aaltje Bansema,  MLitt Spanish and Latin American Studies

Veronique Berg, MLitt German and Comparative Literature

Vaida Bitinaite, Erasmus Mundus MLitt Crossways in Cultural Narratives

Valentina Bravo Cabezas, Erasmus Mundus MLitt Crossways in Cultural Narratives

Alina Chernukho, Erasmus Mundus MLitt Crossways in Cultural Narratives

Nicholas Daly, Erasmus Mundus MLitt Crossways in Cultural Narratives

Daniel Granville, MLitt Comparative Literature

Manuel Häußermann, MLitt German and Comparative Literature

Tobias Heinrichs, MLitt German and Comparative Literature

Zofia Maria Litwinowicz, MLitt Comparative Literature

Monica Martinelli, Erasmus Mundus MLitt Crossways in Cultural Narratives

Anisha Netto, Erasmus Mundus MLitt Crossways in Cultural Narratives

Kenneth Nsah, Erasmus Mundus MLitt Crossways in Cultural Narratives

Lena Schmitz, MLitt German and Comparative Literature

Laura Sexton, MLitt German and Comparative Literature

Miriam Spinrath, MLitt German and Comparative Literature

Larissa Stahl, MLitt German and Comparative Literature

Melanie Suttarp, MLitt German and Comparative Literature

Jonathan Tadres, MLitt German and Comparative Literature

Enyseh Teimory, MLitt Middle Eastern Literary and Cultural Studies

Marielies Tornier, MLitt German and Comparative Literature

Janika Valentin, MLitt German and Comparative Literature

Laura Vennes, MLitt German and Comparative Literature

 

Postgraduates