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It has been a challenging time and illuminating. Thanks to the research degree I am growing in scope and confidence as a writer. I began my first novel as part of an MA in Creative Writing at Lancaster University, Magdeburg , published in by Lagan Press , so when it came to thinking about my next project — an historical novel set in late 17th Century Edinburgh — it seemed like a good idea to develop it into a PhD proposal. One of the great things about the PhD is that I suddenly have access to all sorts of interesting events. My writing career has provided me with rich and varied opportunities, from writing fellowships in New York and Armenia to running workshops in East London schools.
My practice-based PhD at the OU will provide me with a privileged opportunity for professional development - both as a writer and as a teacher. I am looking forward to working on inter-related fiction and non-fiction pieces. My research will centre on first-person narratives from the perspectives of characters with learning disabilities, thus allowing me to combine two of my great passions: creative writing and disability rights.
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My PhD looks to develop contemporary theory and practice on the idea of ekphrasis. I am particularly interested in writing poems in response to modern art, especially paintings characterised by obscurity or apparent emptiness — such as the late work of Turner and Rothko.
Taking into account postmodern criticism, I am also examining the dynamic interaction between the poet and the image, and how visual, poetic and critical registers might work alongside each other. My plan is for this to lead to a full poetry collection and critical monograph. My supervisors are Siobhan Campbell and Jane Yeh. I am one of the rare individuals who has already completed a PhD. This was in English at the University of Manchester. My thesis focused on the feminine sublime and the sacred, and was supervised by Professor Terry Eagleton.
I have a pamphlet, Nullaby , published by Eyewear I also write scholarly articles on poetry and creativity. Explore our qualifications and courses by requesting one of our prospectuses today. Find your personal contacts including your tutor and student support team:. Help with accessing the online library, referencing and using libraries near you:.
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Alistair Daniel My PhD is a novel entitled Montreal, exploring the explosive tensions among a group of European students working at a summer camp in Maine. Shanta Everington My PhD project, The Other Mothers , uses creative life writing to explore the hidden lives of mothers through adoption, surrogacy and egg donation along with their 'silent partners' — birth mothers, surrogates and egg donors. Heather Richardson I began my first novel as part of an MA in Creative Writing at Lancaster University, Magdeburg , published in by Lagan Press , so when it came to thinking about my next project — an historical novel set in late 17th Century Edinburgh — it seemed like a good idea to develop it into a PhD proposal.
Patrick Wright My PhD looks to develop contemporary theory and practice on the idea of ekphrasis. Request your prospectus Explore our qualifications and courses by requesting one of our prospectuses today. Request prospectus. Are you already an OU student? Room Comparison Information. Living on Campus.
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