Salford PGR students

New Project for Nia Davies

Unlocking the Fine Arts archive PhD student Nia Davies, who recently passed her viva, is taking part in a knowledge exchange project to unlock the secrets of the Fine Arts archive of the British School at Rome, as part of University of Manchester’s Collaboration Labs programme. Since 1913, young artists have traveled from Britain to

New article by Hannah Bury

PhD student Hannah Bury has just published her first peer-reviewed article, ‘Stretched Nerves and Suffering Minds: The Isolating Effects of Female Madness in Villette‘ in the Brontë Studies journal. Congratulations Hannah! You can read her article here: https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/14748932.2021.1875631

Award for Qudsia Akhtar

We are delighted to report that our PhD student Qudsia Akhtar won first prize in the New World Oral Presentation category at the 13th annual Manchester Metropolitan Postgraduate Conference on 17 March. Congratulations! Qudsia’s paper was entitled ‘Exploring the Fourth Space: Writing the ‘I’ of the British-Pakistani Experience’. The organisers said: ‘Our committee, delegates and