This section of the website showcases the research of our postgraduate community. Each post includes the contact details of our featured writer. We encourage you to get in touch with them for further discussion of the topics raised.
Quintus van Galen is a PhD candidate at Edge Hill University, working on the application of computerised textual analysis to historical questions in periodical studies. His thesis will focus on the methodological viability of such analyses within historiography, by … Continue reading
Katie Bell is a PhD student at the University of Leicester. Her thesis is titled “The Diaspora of Dickens: Death, Decay and Regeneration”, the focus of which is the intertextuality of Dickens’s works and 20th century American texts of the … Continue reading
Sam Saunders is a current PhD candidate at Liverpool John Moores University, where he is researching the role of the periodical press on the construction and evolution of Victorian detective fiction. His research explores non-fiction periodical discussions on the … Continue reading
Amelia Joulain-Jay is a PhD candidate in History/Linguistics at Lancaster University. For her PhD project, she has been exploring the promises and challenges involved in using corpus linguistics to derive historical insights from large amounts of digitised historical texts. … Continue reading