Charlène Cruxent

Charlène Cruxent is a doctoral researcher in early modern literature at the University of Montpellier 3, where she also obtained a master’s degree in English. Through an Erasmus Scholarship, she benefited from a one-year study experience at the University of Cambridge. Her current research interests include early modern literature, language, onomastics, and anthropology. She is particularly interested in sociolinguistic structures and dynamics. Her thesis entitled "Nicknames in Shakespeare’s World" aims at observing occurrences of unofficial names and titles in the playwright’s work. With special attention on socio-cultural aspects, this thesis consists in an attempt to theorise the use of nicknames in Shakespeare’s plays.

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