Literature, Medicine, and Science PhD and MPhil Supervisors

This work draws on the School’s reputation for interdisciplinary research, and our collective interests in questioning the traditional establishment and the separation of these intimately linked areas into discrete disciplines. Current areas of research include Darwinism and Victorian palaeontology and the cultural history of psychiatry, to name a but a few. Find out more about Literature, Medicine and Science research at Leicester.

Dr Claire Brock

  • Medicine and Literature in the Mid 19th to Early 20th Century
  • 19th Century Science and Literature
  • History of Surgery
  • Gender and Medicine

Professor Gowan Dawson

  • Mid- to Late Victorian Literature
  • Literature and Science
  • Pre-Raphaelite and Aesthetic Writing
  • 19th Century Journalism and Print Culture

Professor Martin Halliwell

  • Post-War American Writing
  • American Film 1945-2000
  • 1950s and 1960s American Culture
  • American and European Modernism
  • American Intellectual History
  • Transatlantic Literature and Culture
  • The Avant-Garde
  • American Visual Culture
  • Literary Adaptations
  • Disability and Modern/Contemporary Culture
  • American Ethnicity and Race
  • American Pragmatism
  • History of American Psychology and Psychoanalysis

Dr Kate Loveman

  • The early novel
  • The history of reading
  • Seventeenth- and early eighteenth-century life writing
  • Early modern oral and manuscript cultures
  • Seventeenth- and early eighteenth-century news and pamphleteering
  • The Royal Society in the seventeenth century

Dr Mary Ann Lund

  • Renaissance medicine and illness writing

Professor Philip Shaw

  • Literature, War, and Medicine in the 18th and 19th Centuries

Other PhD and MPhil Supervision Areas

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