Traditions and Trends
Edited By Elke D'hoker and Stephanie Eggermont
Notes on Contributors
VERONICA BALA is a doctoral student under Prof. Dirk Van Hulle’s supervision at the Centre for Manuscript Genetics of the University of Antwerp, Belgium. She holds a BA in Translation (Romanian-English-Spanish) from the University of Bucharest and an MA in English literature and linguistics from the University of Antwerp. She received a distinction for her MA thesis ‘“But Who Is He to Speak of Him?” Language and Narrative Identity in the Genesis of Samuel Beckett’s A Piece of Monologue and Solo’. She has participated in various conferences and summer schools on Samuel Beckett and James Joyce. She is currently preparing the defence of her PhD dissertation, entitled ‘Samuel Beckett’s Student Library and the Modern Novel’.
DEBBIE BROUCKMANS is a PhD student at the University of Leuven, Belgium. She holds an MA in English and Spanish Literature from the University of Brussels and an Advanced MA in Literary Studies from the University of Leuven. Her MA thesis on Milton’s revision of Genesis in Paradise Lost was awarded the Herman Servotte Prize in 2012. For her dissertation she is investigating the occurrence of the genre of the short story cycle in Irish literature from the 1880s to the present. She has presented papers on the short story cycle at several international conferences and articles on the short story cycles of Mary Beckett, Val Mulkerns, and Emma Donoghue are forthcoming.
MARGUÉRITE CORPORAAL is Associate Professor of British Literature at Radboud University Nijmegen, as well as coordinator...
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