The final 21st Century Research Group seminar of Semester1 will take place on Wednesday 9th December, 4.15-5.30 pm in MC0024.
We will hear from the following PhD students working on 21st-century topics, who will each speak for 10 minutes:
Rachel Barraclough is a third-year PhD candidate in the School of Film and Media working on Japanese horror films from the late 1990s/early 2000s within a Deleuzian and phenomenological theoretical framework.
Jess Day is a first-year PhD candidate in the School of English and Journalism working on utopianism, sex, and contemporary women’s writing.
Niall Flynn is a second-year PhD candidate in the School of Film and Media working on the recently emergent field of ‘media ecologies’ in media and cultural theory.
Andrew Rowcroft is a third-year PhD candidate in the School of English and Journalism working on Anglo-American contemporary fiction and post-Marxism.
Adam Rush is a second-year PhD candidate in the School of Fine and Performing Arts working on the intertextual character of 21st-century musical theatre and its role within popular culture.