Hugh Adlington

Prof

Accepting PhD Students

PhD projects

I am interested in supervising MA, MRes and PhD candidates in the following areas and will be pleased to respond to enquiries: John Donne and his contemporaries Seventeenth-century religious poetry and prose John Milton and his contemporaries Early modern print and manuscript culture Applications of computational linguistics to early modern literature Research projects currently or recently supervised or co-supervised include: PhD, ‘Soteriology in the Writing of Edmund Spenser’ PhD, ‘Prose Style in Quaker Writings, 1645-70: A Corpus Linguistics Approach’ PhD, ‘Transforming Paradise Lost: Translation and Reception of John Milton's Writing in the Arab-Muslim World’ PhD, ‘Representations of Persia and Persians on the English Stage, 1580-1660’ PhD, ‘The Early Modern English Literary Canon’ PhD, ‘Joyce and Milton: A Reception Study’ PhD, ‘Conceptualising Paradise: Seventeenth Century Ecology and the Adaptation of Genre in the Works of John Milton’ PhD, ‘The Textual Self: Authorship and Agency in John Donne’s Commemorative Writing’ PhD, ‘Donne and Music’ PhD, ‘Architects of Fortune: Autobiographical Writing and the Royal Society, 16601706’ PhD, ‘‘Visual Elements of English Printed Sermons, c. 1540–1660: Reading, Religious Politics and Iconography’ PhD, ‘Religious Lyrics and Aristotelian Thought: George Herbert and Thomas Traherne’ PhD, ‘Milton and the Modern Muslimah: Paradise Lost and British-Asian Muslim Women’ ‘The Influence of Cupio Dissolvi on Shakespeare and the Work of his Contemporaries’

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