Spanish - Research
Spanish offers supervision in a number of areas of interest in both Spain and Latin America. Admission to a research degree is at the discretion of the potential supervisor and the Head of Discipline; it is based on a proposal from the applicant, following discussion with the staff member whose academic area of interest is most appropriate.
Candidates should possess an honours degree in Spanish (Second Class, Grade 1 minimum [or equivalent international qualification]).
Course Code: MLitt (full-time) 1LT1; MLitt (part-time) 1LT2
MLitt (Spanish), full-time
MLitt (Spanish), part-time
Dr. Mel Boland
Linguistics; Latin American literature; translation studies.
Dr. Lorraine Kelly
Modern Latin American Literature; Mexican women writers; Contemporary Latin American Studies.
Dr. Kate Quinn
Southern Cone literature and politics; history and theory of the detective genre in Spain and Latin America; historical narrative.
Prof. Bill Richardson
Spanish language and linguistics; Spanish-English translation; Spanish Second Language Acquisition; deictic reference in Spanish and English; the works of Jorge Luis Borges; the links between language, culture and cognition.
Dr. Lorna Shaughnessy
Modern Spanish poetry; Modern Latin American poetry; political writing from Central America; cultural theory and post-colonial literatures; womens movements and popular culture in Central America.