Below you will find a list of students who wrote their MA dissertations on Old English topics.
Chris Key, 'How do Objects Create, Change, and Challenge Human Identity in Anglo-Saxon Poetry?' (2015)
Christine Peterson, 'What do the Kingly Burials in Beowulf Tell Us About the Poet's View of Kingship?' (2015)
Harrison Morris, 'The Poems of the Anglo-Saxon Chronicle' (2014)
Hannah O'Flanagan, 'Swords, Legitimacy, and Criticizing Heroism within Beowulf and the Alliterative Morte Arthure'
Corinne Dale, 'The Religious Significance of Dwelling-Places in the Exeter Book Poems' (2012)
Tim Flight, 'The Representation of the Otherworld in Anglo-Saxon literature' (2011)
Rosie Holden, 'Repetition and Identity in The Battle of Maldon' (2010)
Natasha Lett, 'Friendship in Old English Wisdom Literature' (2010)
Jake Snyder, 'Filling the Gaps: Style I Anglo-Saxon Animal Art and the Structure of Beowulf' (2005)
Pirkko Koppinen, ‘The Veil of the Feminine: Mimicry as an Empowering Force in the Old English Poems Beowulf and Judith’ (2002)