Find a research supervisor in colonial and postcolonial studies

Staff in the Department of Modern Languages who supervise PhD/MA by Research in the area of colonial and postcolonial studies.

Professor Khadija von Zinnenburg Carroll

Professor Khadija von Zinnenburg Carroll

Professorial Fellow
Chair of Global Art History

Research and supervision areas:

  • Contemporary art
  • World history
  • Global art
  • Performance, film, installation
  • Indigenous art

Dr Anissa Daoudi

Dr Anissa Daoudi

Senior Lecturer in Arabic and Translation Studies
Language Co-ordinator for Arabic

  • Translation and new media, with particular reference to the Arabic-speaking region
  • Translation and popular culture
  • Gender and language use in the context of translation

Dr Louise Hardwick

Dr Louise Hardwick

Professor of Francophone Studies and World Literature
AHRC Early Career Leadership Fellow
Associate Fellow, Homerton College, University of Cambridge

  • French and Francophone Literature
  • World Literature
  • Postcolonial Studies
  • Translation in Academia
  • Women's Writing
  • Environmental Humanities

Professor Kate Ince

Professor Kate Ince

Professor of French and Visual Studies

  • Film
  • Women's studies
  • Feminist thought
  • Philosophy
  • Twentieth century and contemporary France.

Dr Emanuelle Santos

Dr Emanuelle Santos

Senior Lecturer in Modern Languages

  • Cultures and intellectual histories of the Portuguese-speaking world (including national, transnational, and comparative approaches)
  • Brazilian cultures
  • Postcolonial studies
  • World literature theories and pedagogies
  • Postcolonial memory
  • The history and aesthetics of the novel
  • Diasporas of the Portuguese-speaking world
  • Gender and sexuality in the Portuguese-speaking world
  • Revolutionary ...

Dr Berny Sèbe

Dr Berny Sèbe

Senior Lecturer in colonial and post-colonial studies

  • Colonial and Postcolonial Studies
  • British and French imperial history
  • Decolonisation and the End of Empire
  • Colonial memory
  • Nineteenth and Twentieth French History

Dr Jutta Vinzent

Dr Jutta Vinzent

Senior Lecturer in Modern and Contemporary Art and Visual Culture

Research and supervision areas:

  • Modern and contemporary art
  • Twentieth-century migration and its visual impact
  • Theories and practices of social space in modern and contemporary art
  • Personhood in photography and performance art

Modern languages staff research supervision areas