University of Strathclyde
The Phenomenology of Space in Literary Representation: The Experience of Presence and Perception
Melissa is studying for the Master’s degree Literature, Culture and Place at the University of Strathclyde. She completed her Bachelor’s degree in English Literature at Strathclyde this summer, receiving The English Studies Prize, the Keith Morton Memorial Prize (for the most distinguished mature student), and the Peggy Grant Prize (for best dissertation). Her research interests include cognitive approaches to literature, human-animal studies, and Gothic and sensation novels in the Victorian period.