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University of East Anglia UEA: Literature, Drama and Creative Writing

Institution University of East Anglia UEA View institution profile
Department School of Literature, Drama and Creative Writing
Web http://www.uea.ac.uk
Email pgr.enquiries.admiss@uea.ac.uk
Telephone 01603 591709
Study type Research

Summary

RESEARCH - Our approach to research is characterised by the conjunction of criticism and creativity. We currently have more than 90 students engaged in postgraduate-level research. We have an international reputation for creative writing. We welcome applications for PhDs, MPhils and Masters’ by Research. For our research degree opportunities visit: http://www.uea.ac.uk/literature/postgraduate-study/research-degrees

STAFF RESEARCH INTERESTS - As a research student you’ll be supervised by members of our internationally-known staff. You could undertake research in a wide range of creative and critical areas, including: Modernism and contemporary writing; Medieval and early modern literature and culture; The practice and theory of literary translation; Life writing and creative non-fiction; Creative-critical writing in poetry, prose and drama; Literary theory and poetics and PhD by publication.

If you are interested in applying for a research degree, please feel free to contact academic staff directly. For contact details and research interests go to: http://www.uea.ac.uk/literature/people

STUDENT RESEARCH - Students research has included everything from robot poetry to the reception of Ovid's Tristia in 16th-century England, taking in on the way narrative and translation theory, contemporary lyric poetry, eco-fiction, mid-century British fiction, online writing, modernist spaces, medieval letters, verse drama and crime fiction.

RESEARCH EVENTS AND RESEARCH SKILLS TRAINING - You’ll participate in weekly research seminars with our own and visiting speakers and attend courses in research methodology. You’ll have the chance to present your work in different forums and to teach undergraduates, and you’ll also be given training opportunities in languages, archives and writing for publication. You’ll develop your research and professional skills through sessions organised by the Faculty of Arts and Humanities Graduate School, as well as more informal study groups organised by supervisors and students.

Doctor of Philosophy - PhD

MPhil (Res)

University of East Anglia



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