Myfyriwr ymchwil, English Literature, Ysgol Saesneg, Cyfathrebu ac Athroniaeth
Mae'r cynnwys hwn ar gael yn Saesneg yn unig.
I graduated from Cardiff with a BA in English Literature (First) in 2013, and an MA (Distinction) in 2015. My research interests lie predominantly in twentieth and twenty-first-century Gothic literature, as well as contemporary women's writing and Feminist theory.
Gothic Fiction Hauntology and Spectrality Contemporary Women's Writing Feminist Literary Theory The Twentieth-Century Short Story Horror Cinema
As a Postgraduate Tutor, I have taught on the following Year One modules:
English in Practice and Theory (Core Module, 2016/17)
Critical Reading, Critical Writing (Core Module, 2017-)
Authoring the Self: Romantics and Victorians
Transforming Visions: Text and Image
Drama: Stage and Page
Spectre-scopics: Gazing at Ghosts in Short Stories by Women, 1950-Present
My thesis focuses on twentieth and twenty-first-century ghost stories by women, with a particular emphasis on the construction of gendered spectrality through matrices of looking and spectatorship. It examines a series of short stories published between 1950 and the present day, from writers such as Angela Carter and Joyce Carol Oates, and less well-known ones such as Lisa Tuttle and Phyllis Eisenstein, and questions how these writers develop and reconfigure both the manifestations of spectral agency and the operations of the ghost-directed gaze.