People Archive (2013-14)

Faculty Members Working in the Period (Current and Emeritus)

N.B. Some individuals may have substantial interests in other periods, or in overlapping areas (e.g. Romanticism).

Visiting Scholars

  • Dr Júlia Paraizs (Eötvös Loránd University, Budapest) (Visiting Scholar, Trinity College)

PhD Students

  • Ian Felce (Trinity Hall): ‘The Rise of Norse Texts in English Literature’
  • Owen Holland (St Catherine’s): ‘News from Nowhere and the Politics of Mundane Intervention’
  • Laura Kilbride (St John’s): ‘Swinburne’s Style’
  • Peter Morelli (King’s): ‘Clare’s Subtle Nature: Metaphor, Allegory and Subtext in the Published Volumes, 1820-1835’
  • Simon Morley (Trinity Hall): ‘Henry James’s Suspended Judgements’
  • Ian Patel (Queens’): ‘William Hazlitt and the Spirit of the Age’
  • Ellie Stedall (St John’s): ‘The Sea Stories of Herman Melville and Joseph Conrad’
  • Sarah Weaver (Trinity Hall): ‘Fossil Poetry: Tennyson and Victorian Philology’
  • Yih Dah Wu (St Catharine’s): ‘Jane Austen and the Poetics of Waiting’
  • Katrina Zaat: ‘Henry James and Sterne’
  • Clare Walker-Gore, ‘Victorian Representations of Disability’
  • Lucy Barnes, ‘Writing for the Stage: Theatre, the Novel and Society in Nineteenth-Century Britain’
  • Thomas Durno, ‘Poetics of the English Ode, 1786-1820’
  • Alexander Freer, ‘Knowledge and its Limits in Wordsworth’s Prose Works and Shorter Poems’
  • Simon Whitaker, ‘The Figuration of Personal Identity in Keats’s Poetry’
  • Emma Wright, ‘P. B. Shelley’s Response to Classical Art in Italy’
  • Chao-Chi Yen, ‘”By Distance Ruralised”: Memories and Rural Visions in William Wordsworth and John Constable’
  • Michael Plygawko (Trinity), ‘Lyrical Poetics and the Sound of Thought in Tennyson’


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