We have over 150 postgraduate research students (full-time and part-time) in the the College of Arts and Humanities. They are a vital part of our research output and help shape a vibrant research community within the College.

Take a look at the research undertaken by our Ph.D, M.Phil and Masters by Research students.

Arts and Humanities Postgraduate Research Profiles

We have over 150 postgraduate research students (full-time and part-time) in the the College of Arts and Humanities. They are a vital part of our research output and help shape a vibrant research community within the College. Below are some of our research student profiles. 

  • Stuart Booker - The League of Nations in Wales, c. 1918-1939.
  • Chedza Simon - Crisis Communication in Botswana: The case for the Bamangwato Concessions Limited mine in Selibe Phikwe
  • Ashish Dwivedi - "When Media Talks: Re-looking at Animations"
  • Sarah Daniel - TransMet: Metaphor translation, translator training and language learning: a mixed-method exploration of strategies, proficiency and interaction with machine translation
  • Naomi Steele - Delweddu Cymru a'r Rhyfel Mawr: Portreadau o Gymru a'r Cymry mewn rhaglenni dogfen am y Rhyfel Byd Cyntaf.
  • Teresa Hillier - Ideas of Landscape in the Fiction of Marilynne Robinson, Toni Morrison, and Louise Erdrich
  • Zhennuo Song - Incorporating the identity-related needs of visitors with Virtual Reality systems for designing personalized interactive museum experiences.
  • Chanda Mwamba - Analysing Contemporary Land Tenure and the Impact of Land Reforms on Rural peoples’ Livelihood in face of Customary Land: A case of Southern Province, Zambia.