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Dr Noel Heather

Formerly: Lecturer in Humanities Computing, Royal Holloway, University of London. Lecturer in Renaissance French, University of Wales


BA (French with subsid Latin), DPhil (French Renaissance Literature), PG Dip Comp Sci, PG Dip Ling
Formerly: Lecturer in Humanities Computing, Royal Holloway, University of London. Lecturer in Renaissance French, University of Wales
Areas: Research interests are in literary and linguistic computing, especially as related to discourse analysis, and theology; late Medieval philosophy and Neo-Platonism in relation to Renaissance French literature (especially re Du Bartas and links with Milton's Paradise Lost); contemporary religious language within a postliberal framework; and humour in Renaissance literature and also contemporary language
Research: Ecclesiology and a linked theological model called Critical Postliberalism (CP)

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