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Creative Writing Low Residency MFA: Research areas

Current research in this area

The Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences is characterised by an active research active. This ensures they are in touch with the latest thinking and bring best practice to your studies.

Research in English literature and creative writing at Kingston University covers the following areas:

  • 19th and 20th century British and American fiction;
  • fictions of globalisation;
  • modernism;
  • gothic writing;
  • travel writing;
  • literary representations of the Balkans;
  • narratives of slavery;
  • women's writing from the eighteenth century to the present;
  • New Woman and fin de siècle fictions;
  • Shakespeare;
  • literature of the English Reformation period;
  • English women's religious poetry during the seventeenth century; and
  • postcolonial studies.

It focuses around the following research initiatives:

We also hold regular seminars and host presentations by visiting speakers (read more in the Events and lectures section).

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