School of English

Travel and conferences

Research students in the School of English attend a range of national and international conferences to give papers and posters, as well as making short visits to other institutions to use or consult essential resources for their research. 

Example visits by students in the school:

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Kylie Shannon

PhD English Literature

March 2022: "Creatures and Caricatures: Irish Representation in the Lord Chamberlain’s Plays" at Nineteenth Century Studies Association, in Rochester, New York.

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Katherine Irons

PhD Applied Linguistics: A Multimodal Critical Discourse Analysis of Herbal Weight Loss Websites

September 2019: "Argumenting health communication in digital era" at University of Brescia



Fatimah Mohamed

PhD Applied Linguistics: A social semiotic analysis of glocalisation discourse in online food advertising

August 2019: British Association for Applied Linguistics Conference



Jacob Runner

PhD Comparative Literature: Contrastive Literature: A Study of Multiliteralism in Historical English and Japanese."

July/August 2019: International Society of Anglo-Saxonists Conference


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Meredith Cicerchia

PhD: Lexical access in novice learners of Arabic as a Foreign Language (AFL) 

March 2019: American Association for Applied Linguistics Conference

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Colette Davies 

PhD: The Minerva Press, Authorship and Women Writers, 1770-1820. 

October 2018: ‘Frankenreads: An Interdisciplinary Approach’, half-day symposium - October 2018

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William Pidzamecky

PhD English: A Comparative Study of Early Viking Settlement in England, Ireland, Russia, and Ukraine between the 8th to 10th Centuries.

July 2018: Archaelogical Investigation of Viking Age Settlement Site in Ukraine

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Marianna Kyriacou

PhD English: How we process creative adaptations of known idiomatic phrases in the L1

October 2017: Figurative Thought and Language Conference in Braga, Portugal 
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Katie Jones 

PhD English: Author, Reviewer and Translator: Katherine Mansfield’s Place in Literary Culture.

June 2018: Research Visit to Alexander Turnbull Library, Wellington, NZ

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Xiaofan Xu  

PhD English: A Poet's Country: Landscape and Nationhood in T. S. Eliot's Post-conversion Poetry and Politics

July 2017: Modernism and Modernities East, West and South: Comparing Literary and Cultural Experiences, Fudan University, Shanghai, China


Aya Van Renterghem

PhD English: Runica Manuscripta: The Medieval Tradition

Special Collections visit in Vienna, Salzburg, and Brussels

Sarah O'Malley

Sarah O'Malley

PhD English: Gendered Lands: Literary Representations of Seventeenth-Century English Landscapes, Spaces and Places at Home and Abroad

Research visit to American archives


Visits Before 2017

Beatriz Gonzalez Fernandez

Beatriz González Fernández 

PhD English: A theory of vocabulary acquisition: how do second language learners acquire the different types of word knowledge?

 August 2016: EuroSLA (European Second Language Association 26), Finland 




Eleni Ponirakis

PhD English: Interactions of thought and action in Anglo-Saxon Poetry.

April 2015: MANCASS Conference




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