Marie is in the Research Group on Writing, Gender and Culture 1700–1900
My main research interests are in early modern literature and culture - Shakespeare, the literature of the 'long 1590s' and the relationship between the theatre and royal iconography.
This seminar is organised jointly by the Humanities Research Centre and Sheffield Institute of Education. Studies of two-year-olds are comparatively rare. Yet the third year of life is a period of momentous change: for example learning verbal language, becoming confidently mobile, discovering how to participate in social and cultural worlds. Research that does investigate this age-group tends to focus on learning that is recognised as important in later life: speech, awareness of rules and conventions, creative play, sharing, etc.
Humanities - The British Empire in the Popular Imagination: Texts and imperialism, 1918 – 1939.
Humanities - The Yorkshire Miners 1786-1858: A Study in Protest, Politics and Work
Humanities - British Horror Cinema and the Production of Space
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The Readerships and Literary Cultures 1900-1950 Special Collection is a collection of 1000 early editions of popular fiction that provides a scholarly and community forum for research and personal development
Hugh joined the Department of Humanities as a lecturer in English Language in 2016. His research focuses on how language and literacy are understood in everyday contexts, and how individuals negotiate or subvert institutional conceptualisations of language and literacy.
Novelist explores gender politics in science as well as the teenage voice in literature to devise her award-winning recent novel