Wadham is a popular choice for graduate students studying English; we have a thriving community of both Masters students and doctoral researchers.

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    Wadham College's manuscript copy of John Gower's Confessio amantis

The Courses

The College accepts applications for the following courses:

DPhil English
DPhil English (to 1550)
MPhil English Studies (Medieval)
MSt English (650-1550)
MSt English (1550-1700)
MSt English (1700-1830)
MSt English (1830-1900)
MSt English (1900-Present)
MSt World Literatures in English
MSt English and American Studies 

MSt Medieval Studies

Further details of all these courses can be found on the website of the Faculty of English.

The Tutors

Wadham has two Tutorial Fellows in English; Professor Ankhi Mukherjee and Dr Jane Griffiths

Ankhi Mukherjee co-convenes (with Elleke Boehmer) the long-running "Postcolonial Writing and Theory" seminar series of the English Faculty, held at Wadham College during term-time. Attracting audiences from across the university and beyond, we examine a wide range of topics and debates in postcolonial, comparative and world literary studies.