Thea Buckley
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    United Kingdom


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Research Interests

My research interests include Shakespeare and education, and Shakespeare and early modern drama in translation and adaptation for text, performance and film, particularly intercultural and Indian manifestations.

Research Statement

I am a research assistant in Education working with Professor Allen Thurston on a project evaluating ongoing initiatives to support student learning and transition to university during Covid. 

From 2018-2021 I was a Leverhulme Early Career Fellow in English at QUB mentored by Professor Mark Thornton Burnett on my research project 'South Indian Shakespeares: Reimagining Art Forms and Identities.'


In October- November 2019 I co-chaired the conference Women and Indian Shakespeares at Queen's University Belfast along with Dr Rosa Garcia Periago


In 2019-2020 I designed and taught the 3rd year undergraduate course Unruly Women: Shakespearean Anti-heroines in Contemporary Adaptation at Queen's University Belfast. I currently supervise dissertation students here studying Shakespeare at the undergraduate and postgraduate level.

Past teaching includes Shakespeare's Tragedies, Critical Practice, Literary Aesthetics, Student Success Skills, Academic Writing for Drama, and Academic Writing Across the Curriculum (UG), and Research Skills in Shakespeare Studies I, Research Skills in Shakespeare Studies II, Shakespeare and Adaptation, and The History of Shakespeare in Performance (PG).


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