At Roehampton, we provide a wide range of opportunities for you to get involved, through volunteering, playing sport or music, or joining one of our many active student societies. We also have a beautiful parkland campus, in the heart of south-west London.
As a student, you will have be supported not just by those that teach you, but also by the wide range of staff who will be with you throughout your studies.
We provide health and wellbeing services, financial guidance and support to develop your study skills. You will also have access to careers advice, work placements, paid and voluntary work opportunities and career mentoring.
At Roehampton, we are focused on creating new knowledge and ideas that help us to understand our world and make it a better place. We are ranked the most research-intensive modern university in the UK. Our staff undertake world-class research across all our academic departments. This means that if you join us as a student, you will benefit from being taught by leading thinkers from your first year of study.
To find out more about our staff and students, please click on the names below.
Deputy Head of Department
Director of the Centre for Literature and Inclusion
Pro-Vice Chancellor, Academic Development and Sustainability
Head of English & Creative Writing
Shakespeare and Consent, Leverhulme Early Career Fellow
Box Office Bears, AHRC Research Fellow
Radical Rhymesters: the female comic spirit in Victorian verse, Leverhulme Early Career Fellow
Engendering the Stage, Postdoctoral Research Fellow, The Leverhulme Trust
“There’s more than one story to be told about transgender teenagers”: Transitions in the Twenty-First-Century Young Adult Book Market.
Trans and Disabled Bodies in 21st-Century Shakespeare Performance
Kew’s Imperial Archive: Cataloguing Economic Botany in the Miscellaneous Reports, 1841-1928
Sugar, Sweetness and Femininity in Early Modern Drama
William Blake’s London
State Secrets and the Public Archives: Cold War Spycraft and the Literary Heritage of British Espionage
Russian and American experimental postwar fiction
Romantic Lives and Afterlives: John Keats, Fanny Brawne and Fanny Keats
Impermanent Materials and the Evidence for Performance in England, 1558-c.1595
X-rays, Yachts, and Zoos: Objects, Culture and Society in British ABC Books 1900-1970
Porous Masculinities: Unstable Surfaces, Fluid Identities and Early Modern Embodiment
Diverse Shakespeare: New Writing from Shakespeare's Globe
Touching the Past: Mummy Fiction and The Sensory Space of Modernity 1884-1919
Ian Fleming and Graham Greene: Intermodernist Agents, Violent Memories, and Everyday Objects