Pim Verhulst

Pim Verhulst is a teaching assistant at the University of Antwerp and a postdoctoral researcher at the University of Oxford. His research focuses on intermedial exchanges between postwar British fiction, radio and television drama, for which he combines insights from media studies, genetic criticism, textual scholarship, archival studies, digital humanities, (audio)narratology and adaptation. He has published widely on Samuel Beckett, but also on James Joyce, Dylan Thomas, Harold Pinter, Tom Stoppard, Caryl Churchill and Andrew Sachs. His most recent publication is the essay collection Samuel Beckett’s Afterlives: Adaptation, Remediation, Appropriation, co-edited with Jonathan Bignell and Anna McMullan (Manchester University Press, 2023).    

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