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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. 

  • Hayat Alghamdi - Ideas of Landscape in the Fiction of Marilynne Robinson, Toni Morrison
  • Stuart Booker - The League of Nations in Wales, c. 1918-1939.
  • Sadiq ALtamimi Almaged-The British Political Party Speeches
  • Gemma Almond-Correcting Vision in Nineteenth Century Britain
  • James Andrews-Engaging young people with voting advice application technologies
  • Bonny Apunyu - The Role of Cyberspace and Social Networks on Migration; The case of Poles in the UK
  • Hadi Baghaei-Abchooyeh - Sir William Jones and Oriental Mysticism
  • Deborah Davids - Raven
  • Daniel Robert Gerke -Raymond Williams and European Thought
  • Shareena Hamzah Z-Fetishism & Fluidity:Jeanette Winterson's Narratives of diverse pleasure & desire
  • Brandi Hill-A Study of Royal Female Power and Political Influence in Ancient Egypt
  • Teresa Hiller-Providing education for children with Cerebral Palsy:Policy in 2nd half of19th century
  • Catrin Jenkins - Identifying optimal context for Welsh as a second language in the curriculum
  • Jennifer Jenson - Pentecost Descended: Religion and Nature in the Novels of Willa Cather
  • Katie Jones - Improper Subjects: Confession, Shame, and Femininity
  • Hadson Sam Kargbo - Assessing Transitional Justice Mechanisms & potential to support rehabilitation
  • Kath Kimber-Alldridge - Either with us or Against Us: British Perceptions of the Irish in World War2
  • Anina Kinzel - The language of online groomers
  • Kamand Kojouri-Haraj - Rewriting Women into History: A study of Feminist Mesanarratives
  • Alexander Lovell-A new model for Welsh Second Language?
  • Edward Matthews - Borders: Exploring the Impact of the US/Mexico Border on Local Communities
  • Hayat Mohamed - Media Representation of Conflict: Sudan national Media of the Darfur Conflict
  • Peter Morgan Barnes-Pasticcio Opera: An overview from 1600 to 2014
  • Rachel Morgan - Rosas and Perón in the Contemporary Argentine Novel
  • Eve Elizabeth Moriarty - Limina
  • Katherine Rachel Murray - Living with Vernon
  • Brigita Orel - A novel The third room; challenges, advantages & consequences, in second language
  • Adrian Osbourne - The Fifth Poetry Notebook of Dylan Thomas
  • Jeongkyu Park - The Rational Apocalypse of the Latitudinarians in Seventeenth-Century England
  • Emily Payton - Women, Empowerment, and the Natural World in Medieval Literature 1200-1500
  • Angelika Peljak-tapińska: Applications of English-Polish-Belarusian Parallel Literary Corpus
  • Keighley Perkins - Media Guidelines and Newspaper Representations of Male Schizophrenia
  • Rhea Seren Phillips - Translations
  • Jacqueline Radford-The Development and Establishment of Urban Middle Classes in Aberavon, 1830-1915
  • Rose H. Raven - Developing One’s Voice: A Heroine’s Journey to Literary Individuation in Fiction
  • Jay Rees-Student Experience at Swansea University, 1920 - 1990
  • Rhiannon Sandy - Apprenticeship Indentures in England, 1250 – 1500
  • Ashleigh Taylor Sullivan- Daphne du Maurier: Gendering the Gothic
  • Karmen Thomas - History of Science: Science and Universities Swansea 1920-2020
  • Kevin Tracey - Calculating Value: Using and Collecting the Tools of Early Modern Mathematics
  • Gabriella Valentino-Italian Translations of PG Wodehouse in the light of the Epistemic Approach
  • Connor Watts - The philosophy of literary depictions of totalitarianism in the twentieth century
  • Laura May Webb-Redefining testimonio: The significance of testimonial production in Argentina
  • Jade White - Work in progress
  • Owen A.M. Williams - Cultural Heritage Policy in Wales & Québec
  • Gemma Ellen Wood-An examination of the economic classification of donations to temples (1077-30BC)
  • Maria Zygogianni - Representations of the hortus conclusus in Chaucer and his contemporaries
  • Dr. Peter Dickson - South Asian doctors in south Wales: Medical Migration and the Changing Provision of General Medical Practice in the Welsh Valleys, 1948-1980.
  • Urška Furlan - Amulets of the First Millennium BC in Lower Egypt
  • Thomas Alexander Husøy - From Boeotia to Achaea: The Development of Federalism in Greek Antiquity.
  • Digital and Media Literacy Education - Sarah Elizabeth Williams
  • Urška Furlan - Amulets of the First Millennium BC in Lower Egypt
  • Sarah Elizabeth Williams