Syamala Roberts graduated with a BA in Modern and Medieval Languages and an MPhil in European and Comparative Literatures and Cultures from Jesus College, Cambridge. She specialises in modern literature and aesthetics, and has recently worked on topics ranging from George Eliot, Goethe and the notion of sympathy, to the role of listening in contemporary French philosophy and to representations of concentration camps. In October 2017 she will begin doctoral research on music and sound in German literary modernism at the University of Cambridge.

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