PG Student News: Alexandre Burin’s critical edition of decadent French poet Jean Lorrain

Alexandre Burin is only starting his second year of PhD study in Durham, but he is already the co-editor of the first critical edition of Le Sang des Dieux, a poetry collection by fin-de-siècle French author Jean Lorrain. In his thesis (supervised by Dr Catherine Dousteyssier-Khoze and Dr Sam Bootle), Alexandre explores the works of… Continue reading PG Student News: Alexandre Burin’s critical edition of decadent French poet Jean Lorrain

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Beyond Elvet Riverside: Rachel Ashcroft and ‘Renaissance Hub’

MLAC is full of researchers doing exciting things you probably don't know about... yet! In a new series of blog posts, we're giving these people the attention they deserve. This week we're speaking to Rachel Ashcroft, the founder and editor of the new online magazine Renaissance Hub, to find out more about her project... Hi Rachel,… Continue reading Beyond Elvet Riverside: Rachel Ashcroft and ‘Renaissance Hub’

Michael Foulkes (French) published in ‘Early Modern French Studies’

Michael Foulkes, who is nearing the end of a PhD in French here at Durham, has just had his article,‘Boursault’s Career Strategies’ published in the journal Early Modern French Studies. It is available to read here. Michael’s thesis is a comparative research study of the careers of seventeenth-century playwrights Boursault, Quinault, and Racine. He is supervised by Dr… Continue reading Michael Foulkes (French) published in ‘Early Modern French Studies’