Mrs Alina Ghimpu-Hague

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My main research interests concern readers, readership and reception, the evolution of genre, and multi-modal narratives from the 19th century to the present. I am currently investigating these issues in the specific context of Victorian Nonsense.

Since joining Royal Holloway, I have taught in the English Department, at Royal Holloway International, and in the Centre for the Development of Academic Skills; key courses include Modern Critical Theory, Critical Practice, Background to Modern Britain for Social Sciences Students, and Contemporary Britain. While at RHI/CeDAS, I also supervised research projects, ran academic skills workshops focused on research and writing skills for home and international students, and wrote several units for the Cultural Studies and the Arts coursebook used on the Royal Holloway International Foundation Programme.


- Asociate Fellow of The Higher Education Academy
- Member of the British Association for Victorian Studies
- Member of the Victorian Popular Fiction Association
- Member of the British Comparative Literature Association
- Member of the Association for Learning Technology
- Member of the International Association for Teachers of English as a Foreign Language (IATEFL)

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