Dr Louise Marshall

Dr Louise Marshall


Head of Department (English & Creative Writing)

Contact Details



From Passive to Active Voices: Technology, Community and Literary StudiesMarshall, L. H. & Slocombe, W., 2011 , Teaching Literature at a Distance: Open, Online and Blended Learning. Kayalis, T. & Natsina, A. (eds.). Continuum International Publishing Group, p. 99-11213 p.
National Myth and Imperial Fantasy: Representations of Britishness on the Early Eighteenth-Century StageMarshall, L., 2008 , 1st ed.Springer Nature. 240 p.
Women and Politics in Adaptations of Shakespeare's English Histories: Re-enacting the Nation, 1719 - 1745Marshall, L., 2006 , In : Journal for Eighteenth-Century Studies.29, 1, p. 61-7717 p.
Patriotic women: Shakespearean heroines of the 1720sMarshall, L., 2005 , In : History of European Ideas.31, 2, p. 289-29810 p.
More publications on the Research Portal