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Current PhD Students in French

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Name College Research Topic Supervisor
Ian Boyd Queens' College The World Under Our Feet: Habitat and Movement in the Imagined Underground Dr Jenny Mander
Anton Bruder King's Medievalism and the vernacular in Claude Fauchet Dr Timothy Chesters
Kathryn Bryan Lucy Cavendish 'l'anormale par excellence': Bad Mothers from nineteenth-century French fiction Prof Nick White
Rebecca Courtier Churchill

"Marginalities and Migrants on the Move: A Comparative Reading of Medieval French Literature and Contemporary French Culture

Prof Sylvia Huot
Celia Depommier-Cotton Newnham
Stendhal and Individuality
Dr Miranda Gill
David Ewing Clare Everyday life and the postwar French novel Dr Martin Crowley
Emily Fitzell Trinity

The aesthetics of movement in the space of art [20th - 21st c.]

Dr Ian James
Carl Frayne St John's The Exiled French Regular Clergy in Great Britain (1881 - 1921) Dr Ian James
Lilian Kroth Trinity Hall Michel Serres’s Philosophy of Limits. Passages between the Philosophy of Science and Social Theory Prof Martin Crowley
Mathias Le Gargasson Clare Hall  Valéry's Cahiers, Bataille and Laruelle : heresies of the impossible Dr Ian James
Ellamae Lepper St Catharine's Salons in Nineteenth-Century French Fiction Dr Claire White
Isabel Maloney Clare ‘Pêcher par omission’: Censorship, Gender, and Narrative Logic in the Late Nineteenth Century French Novel Dr Claire White
Solange Manche King's The Brain, Technics, and Desire: The Resurgence of a Critique of Political Economy in Contemporary French Thought Dr Ian James
Anna-Lisa Nicholson Corpus Christi Reconstructing the Mazarin Salon: French Exilic Communities in Early Modern London Dr Emma Gilby
Ellie O'Shea St Catherine's Matrilineal Dissent: Matrilineal Narrative and Genealogical Discourse in Medieval Arthurian Romance Dr Miranda Griffin
Lili Owen Rowlands Murray Edwards Genre Trouble: ‘Autotheory’ and the Queer/Gendered Self in Contemporary French LifeWriting Prof Emma Wilson
Marina Perkins Jesus Communication, Relevance, and Power in Montaigne’s Essais Dr Timothy Chesters
Andrew Sackin-Poll Trinity Hall The Ordinary Epic: Rethinking the Epic Narrative Form in Modern French Literature and Thought Dr Ian James
Ben Saffell Fitzwilliam    Towards a speculative naturalism: A critical investigation of the limits and scope of postcontinental philosophy's immanent ontology of nature Dr Ian James
Eleanor Stefiuk Peterhouse Decadent Entanglement: Aesthetics, Politics, and Thought Dr Claire White
Xinyi Wang Selwyn Women Who Return: Revisiting the Figure of Ulysses in Resnais, Varda, Kieslowski Prof Emma Wilson
Cat Watts Newnham  

Credit where credit is due: reassigning myths, forms, and origins in medieval French literature

Dr Miranda Griffin
Aubrae Wilson St Catherine's Staging Nobility: Networks, Identity, and Cultural Capital in the life of Elisabeth-Claire Leduc Dr Mark Darlow 
Genevieve Young Newnham Sing no bad songs of me: Affective excess in the chansons de geste. Dr Mary Franklin-Brown
Ruoshui (Henry) Zhang Girton Towards a Poetic Model of Philosophy: Philosophy of Immanence at the End of Philosophy Dr Ian James

 

For recent PhD awardees, please see here. Please also see our student testimonials.

 

 

Latest News

Natasha Dangoor publishes work in Le Monde during internship

13 October 2021

We're proud to share that current Part II student, Natasha Dangoor, published two articles during her time interning at the French newspaper Le Monde over the summer. If you are interested in reading her work, you can access it here on the Le Monde site:

Cambridge Medieval Literature and Culture Seminar 2021-22

8 October 2021

Cambridge Medieval Literature and Culture Seminar 2021-22 The Cambridge Medieval Literature & Culture Seminar (“CamMedSem”), formerly the Cambridge Medieval French Research Seminar, is an open space for scholars from the University of Cambridge, elsewhere in the UK, and beyond to present their current research...

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