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Bangor University: English

Institution Bangor University View institution profile
Department School of English Literature
Study type Research


The MPhil is awarded for a dissertation of not more than 60,000 words and the PhD for a dissertation normally of not more than 100,000 words.

Research Areas English with specialisations in: - Other Literature from the Middle Ages and the 16th, 17th, 19th, and 20th centuries.

  • English Literature post 1500

  • Arthurian literature

  • American Literature

  • Comparative Literature

  • Anglo-Welsh Writing

  • Postcolonial Literature

  • Gender and Writing

  • Autobiography

  • Travel Writing

  • Romanticism

  • Renaissance Literature

  • Modern English and American Drama

  • Milton and Literature of the Civil War period

  • Modernism

  • Contemporary Poetry

  • Creative Writing

Doctor of Philosophy - PhD

Master of Philosophy - MPhil

Bangor University


About Bangor University
Bangor University offers an experience unlike any other, based between the mountains and the sea in north Wales, let the stunning backdrop inspire you whilst the facilities impress you. A vibrant, convenient and student-centred place to study, the size and friendly nature of the University is why many students choose to study here.

As a University which provides strong support for research activities, there are several subject related specialist resources such as a research vessel, MRI Scanner, climatic chamber, Natural History Museum and Botanical Gardens. You too can be a part of impactful …

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