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Dr Rosamund Paice


Department: Humanities

Rosamund Paice

Literature and culture of the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries, especially: writing the green and blue spaces of country estates (current project); the manuscript poetry of Thomas Fairfax (current project); and love and friendship in John Milton's epics (recently published monograph).

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  • Milton’s Loves: From Amity to Caritas in the Paradise Epics, Paice, R. 25 Apr 2023
  • 'Domestick Adam' versus 'Adventurous Eve': Arguments about Gardening in Milton's Eden, Paice, R. 1 Sep 2021, In: Milton Studies
  • 'Divine Interpreter': Translation as Theme and Event in Paradise Lost, Paice, R. 1 Mar 2019, In: Milton Quarterly
  • William Blake, Empire and the Napoleon Factor: Rethinking Empire and the Laocoön Separate Plate, Paice, R. 2014, In: Romanticism and Victorianism on the Net
  • Salty Language: Herring and Intemperate Appetites in Shakespeare's London, Paice, R. 2019, In: Journal for Early Modern Cultural Studies

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  • Publication Peer-review: Shakespeare (Journal) 2022
  • Organising a conference, workshop, ...: Water Works 2022
  • Organising a conference, workshop, ...: Early Modern Ecologies: Green Heritage 2021
  • Organising a conference, workshop, ...: Biennial Conference of the Association for the Study of Literature and Environment, UK and Ireland 2022
  • Invited talk: Visiting Eden: Fabulous Gardens and (Il)legitimate Access in Milton's Paradise Lost 2020

  • English Literature PhD January 01 2002
  • Fellow of the Higher Education Academy FHEA 2016

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