Bilde av Grange, Huw Robert
Bilde av Grange, Huw Robert
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Huw Robert Grange



  • Olaug S Lian, Sarah Nettleton, Huw R. Grange, Christopher Dowrick :
    ‘It feels like my metabolism has shut down’. Negotiating interactional roles and epistemic positions in a primary care consultation
    Health Expectations 20. January 2023 FULLTEKST / ARKIV / DOI
  • Huw R. Grange :
    Jean de Joinville, "Life of Saint Louis"
    Bloomsbury Academic 2022
  • Huw R. Grange, Olaug S. Lian :
    "Doors started to appear:" A methodological framework for analyzing visuo-verbal data drawing on Roland Barthes's classification of text-image relations
    International Journal of Qualitative Methods (IJQM) 2022 ARKIV / DOI
  • Olaug S Lian, Sarah Nettleton, Huw R. Grange, Christopher Dowrick :
    “I’m not the doctor; I’m just the patient”: Patient agency and shared decision-making in naturally occurring primary care consultations
    Patient Education and Counseling 2021 ARKIV / DOI
  • Huw R. Grange :
    Interpolation, dés-interpolation, ré-interpolation. Le Tristan en prose et l'Agravain
    Classiques Garnier 2021
  • Huw Grange :
    Writing disorder: The harmful and healing effects of writing in Hornbacher’s Wasted and other anorexia memoirs
    Text: Journal of the Australian Association of Writing Programs 31. October 2021 ARKIV / DOI
  • Huw Robert Grange :
    'Ainssi comme ung beaux mirouer': A Medieval French Translation of Margaret of Oingt's 'Speculum'
    Viator: Medieval and Renaissance Studies 2018 DOI
  • Huw Robert Grange :
    French Didactic Works in Medieval Italy: The Case of the 'Dyalogue du pere et du filz'
    Vox Romanica 2018 DOI
  • Huw Robert Grange :
    A Manuscript Fragment in Châlons-en-Champagne, and V.IV. of the Prose 'Tristan'
    Mediaevistik 2016 DOI
  • Huw Robert Grange :
    A Paraphrase of the Miserere in Anglo-Norman Verse (Lambeth Palace, MS 431)
    Medium Ævum 2015
  • Huw Robert Grange :
    Fraudsters or Patriots? The Authors of the Lives of St Honorat
    Romania 2015
  • Huw Robert Grange :
    Guilhem de Cabestanh's Eaten Heart, Or the Dangers of Literalizing Troubadour Song
    Tenso 2012 DOI
  • Huw Robert Grange :
    Preacher, Dragon-Slayer, Soldier, Elephant: George the Miles Christi in Two Late Medieval French Versions of the George and the Dragon Story
    Reading Medieval Studies 2011
  • Huw Robert Grange :
    A Musico-Literary Commentary on Bernart de Ventadorn's 'Qan vei la laudeta mover' (Songbook G)
    Glossator 2011
  • Brent A. Pitts, Huw R. Grange :
    The Anglo-Norman Bible's Book of Judges: A Critical Edition (BL Royal 1 C III)
    Brepols 2022 ARKIV
  • Huw R. Grange :
    Saints and Monsters in Medieval French and Occitan Literature: Sublime and Abject Bodies
    Legenda 2017
  • Huw R. Grange :
    Hjerneføde: et nytt forskningsprosjekt ved UiT Norges arktiske universitet om det å skrive om spiseproblematikk
    ROSinfo 2022 ARKIV
  • Huw R. Grange :
    Forsker Huw trenger deltakere - skal forske på hvordan korona påvirker de med spiseforstyrrelser
    13. March 2021

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    Research interests

    My research background is in language and literary studies, and I hold a PhD in French literature from the University of Cambridge. Since 2019 I have conducted research within the field of Medical Humanities.

     

     

    My research background is in language and literary studies. Following a BA in French and Italian at the University of Cambridge, I completed a PhD in Modern & Medieval Languages in 2012, also at the University of Cambridge. I have held teaching and research positions in the School of English at the University of Kent and, most recently, as a Departmental Lecturer in French at the University of Oxford. My interest in the Medical Humanities stems from my postdoctoral work at the University of Nottingham with the 'Hungry for Words' project, exploring arts and humanities approaches to understanding and raising awareness of eating disorders in men.

    • Eating disorders, disordered eating
    • Food and eating in literature
    • Illness narratives
    • Arts and humanities approaches in healthcare education
    • Medieval literature and culture

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