Alisha Palmer (BA hons, MA)
Thesis title: Abortion and Women's Writing 1900-1940.
I am a PhD candidate conducting research at the intersections of English literature, the history of sexuality, and the medical humanities.
I am a member of the Culture and the Reproductive Body research network.
BA hons in English Literature from the University of Exeter.
MA in English Literary Studies: Criticism and Theory from the University of Exeter.
From the aesthetics of abortion in early twentieth century women's literature to sadomasochism and plant subjectivity in contemporary fiction, my research interests span literary and theoretical engagements with the body, nature, and sexuality.