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Al-Tarawneh, Anoud Ziad Abdel-Qader (2019). Representations of women and aspects of their agency in male authored proletarian experimental novels from thirties America. University of Birmingham. Ph.D.

Ali, Roaa (2015). Arab American drama post 9/11: cultural discourses of an othered identity. University of Birmingham. Ph.D.


Bader, Rebecca-Jane (2012). Some seek in Art – the Art of Peace: the theme of solitude in the life and words of Emily Dickinson. University of Birmingham. M.Phil.

Banks, Gemma (2018). Impressions of an analyst: reassessing Sigmund Freud's literary style through a comparative study of the principles and fiction of Ford Madox Ford, Henry James, Virginia Woolf & Dorothy Richardson. University of Birmingham. Ph.D.

Bower, Anne (2015). Re-visioning tropes of womanhood in early African American all black cast movie musicals: representations of the holy woman and her transgressive counterpart in King Vidor’s Hallelujah (1929), Spencer Williams’ The blood of Jesus (1941) and Vincente Minnelli’s Cabin in the sky (1943). University of Birmingham. M.Phil.


Clake, Jenna (2018). "A noisy situation": the Feminine and Feminist New Absurd in twenty-first-century British and American poetry and Send Shells. University of Birmingham. Ph.D.

Craddock, Jade (2013). Women poets, feminism and the sonnet in the twentieth and twenty-first centuries: an American narrative. University of Birmingham. Ph.D.


Davidson, Craig (2017). The Saturday Night Ghost Club; The brain is a subtle organ: the depiction of traumatic memory in selected Canadian fiction. University of Birmingham. Ph.D.


Fursland, Rosalind Jane (2018). Theatrics of modernity: Incidental, impromptu, and everyday performance in early twentieth-century Manhattan. University of Birmingham. Ph.D.


Greene, Rob (2020). The poetry school of experience. University of Birmingham. Ph.D.


Hamilton, Paul (2015). America and the perverse Shakespearean imagination. University of Birmingham. Ph.D.

Hanmer, Rosalind Maria (2011). Understanding lesbian fandom: a case study of the Xena: Warrior Princess (XSTT) lesbian internet fans. University of Birmingham. Ph.D.

Harding , Joan Naunton (1949). A study of the development of the critical thought of Paul Elmer More. University of Birmingham. Ph.D.

Holmberg, Elsa Julia (2015). Men, women and the bottle: gender relations and alcohol in nineteenth-century American temperance drama. University of Birmingham. M.Phil.

Horn, Paul Matthew Austin (2013). Psychical phenomena and the body in the late novels of Henry James. University of Birmingham. Ph.D.


Ivanovici, Cristina (2011). In search of Utopia: a study of the role of German and Romanian academic and literary communities in the production and evaluation of Margaret Atwood’s Utopian/Dystopian fiction. University of Birmingham. Ph.D.


Jackson, Edward William (2018). David Foster Wallace's hideous neoliberal spermatics. University of Birmingham. Ph.D.

Justice, Rebecca Claire (2017). Falling through the meshwork: images of falling through 9/11 and beyond. University of Birmingham. Ph.D.


Lowe, Katie Jemma (2011). 'That horror and doom very nearly related to Elizabethan tragedy': Djuna Barnes, T.S. Eliot, and the tragedies of relation. University of Birmingham. M.Phil.


Moran, Alexander James Paul (2017). Cultural reproduction in contemporary American fiction. University of Birmingham. Ph.D.


Rodriguez Collado, Aralis Mercedes (2015). Images of invasions and resistance in the literature of the Dominican Republic. University of Birmingham. Ph.D.


Short, Michael Henry (1970). A stylistic analysis of John Steinbeck's Of Mice and Men. University of Birmingham. M.A.

Straw, Mark Christopher (2011). The damaged male and the contemporary American war film: masochism, ethics, and spectatorship. University of Birmingham. Ph.D.


Tepe, John Bright (2010). Literary urbanism, visuality and modernity. University of Birmingham. Ph.D.


Woolf, Paul Jonathan (2007). Special relationships: Anglo-American love affairs, courtships and marriages in fiction, 1821-1914. University of Birmingham. Ph.D.

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