Dissertation translation spanish
Dr Sam Bootle. Our science translators handle studies, essays, post-doctoral writings, PowerPoint presentations and many other scientific documents. On Research Leavenot available for Dissertation supervision My research focuses on eighteenth-century French theatre and libertine writings.
My research focuses on early modern Spanish theatre and I am able to supervise a range of topics related to this field. Professor Richard Scholar. I am able to supervise a range of topics within these areas, as well as those related to my specialist final-year module. I would welcome projects that focus on any of the research specialisms mentioned above or comparative projects in any of these areas. My work focuses on medieval French, Franco-Italian and Occitan literature, with particular interest in modern theoretical readings of medieval texts using psychoanalysis, anthropology, postcolonial theory and political theory especially , as well as medieval translation and medieval politics. Panorama Languages offers you a comprehensive package of services that includes an efficient project management, reliable time schedules and convenient availability of your personal care taker, as well as transparent handling of your translation order. If requested, our in-house DTP department can also suitably render your project into a printable output. Professor Tom Wynn. I am a scholar of the modern and contemporary Atlantic. My research is in nineteenth- and twentieth-century German and Austrian literature and culture. I specifically research and publish on the drama of Miguel de Cervantes. My work focuses on French philosophy from Descartes and the Enlightenment philosophes to the present, with a specific emphasis on contemporary political and social thought and its application to the problems of 21st-century politics: the impact of digital technology; economic stagnation and collapse; global warming; the rise of political extremism; terrorism; the current crisis of mental ill-health, and so on. Dr Simon Ward.
In my research, I consider the place of literature and historiography within colonial discourses and modes of artistic expression so as to better understand the relationship between the early modern subject and his or her representation on the page. Tina Kover, Snuggly Books,I am also intersted in Creative Writing and contemporary French literature and would be happy to supervise students with an interest in 21st-century French fiction.
Dr Kerstin Oloff. My main area of study is contemporary Spanish film and popular culture.
Previous dissertations have focused on museum studies, contemporary art practice, photographic theory, critical theory, urban history and culture, film studies, cultural sociology, and cultures of energy. My specific research interest is in the representation of the body and how it signifies, particularly when its borders are transformed or broken.
I specialise on issues of gender and sexuality, and especially on the depiction of men, masculinities, sex and sexualities on the screen. Dr Simon Ward.
I work on Spanish culture of the 20th and 21st centuries.
My research focuses primarily on theatre and literature, particularly on censorship, the representation of history and memory, and cinematic adaptations of plays and novels. I am very happy for students to take forward ideas related to the subjects, texts, and critical approaches covered in my teaching at levels I and II, or to develop ideas related specifically to the content of my final-year module, Sex and Society in Spanish Literature to Professor Stefano Cracolici. Current projects include lovesickness and courtly culture; Caravaggio and visual agency; Arcadian taste and the European Grand Tour; and the nineteenth-century debate on sacred art in Europe, with a particular attention to the intellectual exchanges between Rome and the British Empire. More broadly, I work on Golden Age drama and its relationship to the contradictory socio-cultural environment that informs it. I have some competence in German and would consider supervising French projects with a comparative German element perhaps bringing in Adorno, Marx, Nietzsche, Freud, Benjamin, Heidegger or Sloterdijk. I also have a strong interest in the relation of French philosophy to anthropology and science particularly debates over the relationship between biology, evolution, culture and technology.
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