Ming Panha

BA, MA

School of English

Research Student

Qualifications
  • BA in English Literature, University of Sheffield, 2015
  • MA in Medieval Studies, University of York, 2016
Research interests
  • Animal Studies
  • Nonhuman Studies
  • Ecocriticism
  • Victorian Literature
  • Late Nineteenth-century and Early Twentieth-century Literature

My research project explores the relationship between the human and the nonhuman in Sherlock Holmes' fictions by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, contextualising these relations within the rise of animal rights and environmentalist activism.

Research group

Supervisors

  • Dr John Miller
  • Dr Amber Regis
Professional activities
  • Sheffield Animal studies Research Centre (ShARC)
  • Sheffield's Shakespeare
Publications
  • “In-between Men : Diasporas’ Experience and Homoeroticism of Gibreel Farishta and Saladin Chamcha in The Satanic Verses”, Thoughts, 2013, 93 -118. (Link)
  • "เหมือนจะใช่ แต่ไม่เชิง: ลิงในเรื่องสั้น "Green Tea" ของเชอริดาน เลอ ฟานู" (Almost the Same, But Not Quite: Monkey in Sheridan Le Fanu’s “Green Tea), เรื่องเล่า ล.ลิง 2014,
  • "แดรคูลา: โอษฐภาวะและความเป็นสัตว์ในพื้นที่เมือง" (Dracula: Orality and Animality in Urban Space), ดิน น้ำ ลม ไฟ: ธาตุ จักรวาล และพิษภัยจากมุมมองมนุษยศาสตร์ (Earth, Water, Wind, and Fire: The Elements, The Universe, and Toxicity in the view of Humanities), 2014, 203 -52
  • “The Woman and the Dragon: Dinosaur, New Woman, and Degeneration Anxiety in The Lair of the White Worm by Bram Stoker" Thammasat Journal of History, 2016. 3: 2, 224-304. (Link)