Beth Cortese Research Student, Associate Lecturer

PhD student

Research Overview

My current research is on the representation of female wit in the work of Aphra Behn, Susanna Centlivre, Mary Pix, Delarivier Manley and Catharine Trotter and spans the period 1660-1720. I am an Associate Lecturer on the Part I ENG100 course.

Swooning: The Poetics of Passing Out
Participation in workshop, seminar, course

Difficult Women in the Long-Eighteenth Century
Participation in conference

Revenge
Participation in conference

Writing Women's Lives
Participation in conference

Making Knowledge in the Renaissance
Participation in conference

Transformations and Tremors
Participation in conference

Dramatizing Penshurst
Participation in conference