Ms Nia Clark

  • Research Project Assistant (English Literature)
  • Graduate Teaching Assistant (School of Critical Studies)

Research interests

Nia graduated in Scottish Literature and Language with First Class Honours from the University of Glasgow in 2015. She began an MPhil in September that year. Nia’s MPhil research, ‘The Persistence of Self in the work of Three Contemporary Scottish Novelists: Ron Butlin, Janice Galloway and James Robertson’, considers themes of home and belonging, with particular emphasis on the relationship between self and community, the depiction of the self in the domestic sphere, and ultimately the survival of the self.

PhD Title - ‘Self, Mirrors and Others: Voices in the Poetry and Plays of Liz Lochhead’


Grants

Awards:

2012: The William G Graham Prize

2015: The Neil Munro Medal


Additional Information

Lead Editor, eSharp (issue 24) and The Kelvingrove Review (issue 15).

Sub-editor, Poetic Politics: A Selection of Contemporary Scottish Political Poetry