Highly Commended

"The Art of Being Young, Being Lovely, Being an Object": Female Identity and Dance in the Early Writing of F. Scott Fitzgerald

Orla Sadlier
Institute of Art, Design & Technology
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Literature

Tones or Noise: How Previous Linguistic Experience Influences Lexical Processing of Tone

Amritha Mallikarjun
Carnegie Mellon University
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Languages & Linguistics

In what ways have the film adaptations of Beckett's Not I altered gender and the gaze within the play?

Caitriona Whelan
Maynooth University
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Literature

Assess the applicability and usefulness of postcolonial theory to any two or more of the texts that you have studied.

Christophe Neill
Durham University
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Languages & Linguistics

“Mightier than the Sword”: Feminism, Modernism & Dissidence in The Land of Spices

Matthew Fogarty
Maynooth University
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Literature

What relevance might the libertinage of Ancient Regime France have to our contemporary society?

Eleri Anona Watson
Durham University
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Languages & Linguistics

‘Pleasure is the only thing worth having a theory about.’ Oscar Wilde, The Picture of Dorian Gray (2006: 56). Discuss in relation to the politics of pleasure in Michel Houellebecq’s Les Particules élémentaires (2008).

Sofia Hewson
Durham University
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Languages & Linguistics

Out of Time: Time and Otherworldly Exchanges in Pearl and Sir Orfeo

Christine Klippenstein
McGill University
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Literature

Closure, Copia, and Commonplaces: Three Meditations on Rhetorical Technologies and Discontinuities in Conclusion of King Lear

Aaron Golish
McGill University
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Literature

In what ways do Pedro Cabiya and Junot Díaz "write back" to the (colonialist and/or (neo-)imperialist) commodification of the Caribbean and its inhabitants?

Hannah Rich
Durham University
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Languages & Linguistics

The Memory-Object in Julian Barnes’ Flaubert’s Parrot

Cheryl Julia Lee
Nanyang Technological University
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Literature

Suffering in Diaspora: Dis/Assembling the Modern Human and Rethinking Ethics

Amrit Trewn
Northwestern University
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Literature

Rewriting Quevedo: From poetry to prose

Kieran Lambe
Queen's University Belfast
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Languages & Linguistics

‘Tis a pity when the laws are faulty they should not be mended or abolished’: The vexed representation of Authority in Aphra Behn’s The Widdow Ranter (1688)

David Kilgannon
NUI Galway
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Literature

Wie tragen die weiblichen Hauptfiguren in Iphigenie auf Tauris und Der gute Mensch von Sezuan zur Darstellung der Gerechtigkeitskonzepte der Dramatiker bei?

Hannah Baker
Durham University
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Languages & Linguistics

In the treatise On Sublimity ‘Longinus’ claims that the sublime, ‘produced at the right moment, tears everything up like a whirlwind, and exhibits the orator’s whole power at a single blow.’

Anne-Marie Morgan
Queen's University Belfast
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Literature

Language Attitudes and Ideologies on Taketomi Island

Abigail Bard
Dartmouth University
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Languages & Linguistics

Die fortwährende Frage nach der Unendlichkeit: Gibt es eine humane Anzahl von möglichen menschlichen Sprachen?

Sarah Eiteljoerge
Georg -August Universität Göttingen
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Languages & Linguistics

Penning pugilism: boxing and the changing literary depictions of heroism in the eighteenth century

Reuben Steenson
Queen's University Belfast
Category: 
Literature

¿Se puede decir que la rivalidad entre River Plate y Boca Juniors tiene más que ver con una división racial y social en Argentina que con el fútbol?

Miles Coleman
University of Bristol
Category: 
Languages & Linguistics