Honor Grace Jackson

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Honor Grace Jackson is a doctoral candidate working towards her PhD entitled ‘Gender, Politics and the Utopian Impulse in Late Seventeenth-Century English Literature’ which investigates how the genre of utopia developed in relation to the political and social turbulence of the period of 1642-1688.

Honor is currently on leave after being awarded a Fonds National Suisse Doc.Mobility scholarship to conduct 12 months of bibliographical research on rare utopian texts at The Huntington Library, San Marino and the William Andrews Clark Memorial Library, Los Angeles. 

Her research interests include:

  • Early modern drama, poetry and prose
  • The British Civil Wars / The Wars of the Three Kingdoms
  • Interregnum and restoration politics
  • Seventeenth-century cultures of knowledge and science
  • Utopia and dystopia
  • Gender politics in the seventeenth century

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