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  • Cromore Road, Coleraine Campus

    BT52 1SA Coleraine

    United Kingdom

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Biography

Kevin De Ornellas holds a PhD in English Renaissance Literature from Queen's University Belfast. He has lectured at Ulster since 2006.Research FieldsKevin specialises in the study of drama on stage and on the page - especially Renaissance and post-War drama. He is also interested in the study of representations of animals and the environment in literature and culture.

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England Arts & Humanities
Drama Arts & Humanities
Early Modern English Arts & Humanities
Horse Arts & Humanities
English Culture Arts & Humanities
Bard Arts & Humanities
Ireland Arts & Humanities
William Shakespeare Arts & Humanities

Research Output 2004 2018

"Mustabeens and Mightabeens: The Unknowability of English Renaissance Playwrights"

De Ornellas, K., 7 Dec 2018, A Companion to Literary Biography. Bradford, R. (ed.). London: Wiley-Blackwell Publishing Ltd, p. 325-337 13 p.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingChapter

Open Access
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William Shakespeare
England
Bard
Ireland
Writer

Macbeth, not Henry V: Shakespearean Allegory in the Construction of Vercors' 'Good German'.

De Ornellas, K., 1 Apr 2013, Representing the Good German in Literature and Culture after 1945: Altruism and Moral Ambiguity. O'Dochartaigh, P. & Schonfeld, C. (eds.). Rochester, New York, p. 184-196

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingChapter

The Horse in Early Modern English Culture: Bridled, Curbed, and Tamed

De Ornellas, K., 22 Nov 2013, 234 p.

Research output: Book/ReportBook

Horse
Early Modern English
English Culture
Exploitation
England

Thesis

Representations of Emergent and Marginalised Identities in The Famous Victories of Henry the Fifth

Author: Agar, R., Apr 2018

Supervisor: Ferguson, F. (Supervisor) & De Ornellas, K. (Supervisor)

Student thesis: Doctoral Thesis

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