Mia Fulford

English and Art History Student, Undergraduate Research Scholar, University of Leeds
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About Mia Fulford

I am a member of the University of Leeds' 2021 Laidlaw Scholar Cohort. My self-defined project explores the representation of concurrent themes of nature and isolation in 20th century and contemporary literature. I study English and History of Art and have a love of all things books, art and the outdoors! I also run a zine that features contributions from young creatives across the UK. 

Please take a look at my blog which delves into my research project a bit deeper here: https://outdoorfiction.blogspot.com/ 

I am a/an:

Undergraduate Scholar

Area of Expertise

Humanities

Research Topic

Literature

Laidlaw Cohort Year

2021

University

University of Leeds

I am from:

United Kingdom

I speak:

English

My hobbies/interests are:

Art Film & TV Hiking/walking Music Nature & environment Pets Politics & current events Reading Travelling Writing/blogging

I am open to participating in mentoring/buddy programmes

Yes

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Popular Content

Topics

Channels contributed to:

Arts & Humanities

Recent Comments

Comment on Research Blogging
Jul 22, 2021
Replying to Cath Brislane

This is great Mia! You are more than free to share this blog on the Discord so that has better visibility to arts and humanities scholars. Best of luck with the rest of our research period!

Thanks Cath! Please could you let me know how to join it? 

Jun 28, 2021
Replying to Cath Brislane

This is such an interesting topic Mia! Landscapes are so important in setting the scene in literature; I've studied Wuthering Heights for a while at A-level and it is so interesting to see how the landscape plays into that text too. On another note, you have given me another excuse to read Normal People, which I should probably do!

Thank you! Wuthering Heights is such a great book and Cathy is the quintessential angsty woman who runs for the hilltops (lol). I wholeheartedly recommend Normal People as well. Fair warning though - it's not the most cheerful book ever written.