Current IMLR Students

MPhil/PhD

Jack Arscott
Treading a Fine Line: Enlightened Patriotism in Practice in the Left-Wing Journalism of the Weimar Republic

Carlos Piccone Camere
Beyond the Bulls: The Life and Afterlives of St Francisco Solano. Unravelling the First Canonisation Process in the New World and its Unpredictable Fade into Oblivion

Pippa Cooper
Embroidery for Peace: How a Nonviolent Social Movement Uses Embroidery in the Struggle to End Violence in Mexico

Federico Filauri
A Historical-Philosophical Study of German-Jewish Thought in the 20th Century, with Emphasis on Theological-Political Aspects​

Virginia Ghelarducci
The Genesis of Natural History and Ethnology in Colonial Peru

Mario Graña
Nueva Toledo on Display: The Politics, Theatre and Paperwork of Making War on the Chiriguanaes through the Punitive Expeditions of Almendras, Toledo and Lozano Machuca (1564-1586)

Mona Habeb
Representing Arab Diaspora in Contemporary Film and Literature

Vivian Jochens
Generation 'post-'? Post-)Migration, Memory and Jewishness in German-Language Third-Generation Literature

Cornelia Kaufmann             
Cultural Background as Indicator of Multicultural Perception in Contemporary Pacific Literature 

Emanuel Kingsley
From Old City to Colonial Zone: The Thematized Reinvention of Santo Domingo's Historic City Centre, 1930-1992

Antimo Lucarelli
Death, After-Death and Eternity as Essential Belongings of Human Life ─ Starting from Ernst Bloch, Martin Heidegger and Emanuele Severino

Marília Arantes Silva Moreira
Antione Rene Larcher's 'Project of Expedition to Salvador (Brazil) 1797' and the Gobal Competition for the South Atlantic

Monja Stahlberger
Growing up in UK Exile: An Analysis of Ambiguous Identities in Kindertransport Diaries

Tatiana Suarez
Life after Insurgency: The Reincorporation of Excombatants in Colombia after the 2016 Peace Agreement

Romane Toumani
Double Travesty of Female Novelists: Privatisation of Urban Spaces in 19th-Century France

Saurelle Toumani
Memory as Resistance: A Comparative Study of Haitian Women's Rewriting with their Originals