Piers Antony Henriques, Robinson

Degree: PhD
Course: 1830-PD
Supervisor: Ms Alison Hennegan
Dissertation Title: A Balm for the Incurable Wound of the World': Music, Aesth etics and Individualism in the W ork of E. M. Forster

Biographical Information

I came to academic study in my early twenties, gaining a place at Exeter University through an Access to Higher Education course.   

My MPhil was completed in 2016 at the University of Cambridge, moving directly on to the PhD. The topic of which comprises an interest in romantic classical music and turn of the twentieth century literature.

I would be delighted to receive any queries about moving through stages of Higher Education through an unusual route, such as Access to HE. 

Research Interests

Musical intermediality in literature, focusing predominantly on periods between 1830 to present day. 

My PhD focuses on emergent dualisms in E. M. Forster's writings on music.