Angelica Hill is an undergraduate English Literature and Drama student in her final year studying at Queen Mary's University in London. She is the Editor-in-Chief of the University student magazine (CUB). In 2016, she completed a ten-week paid summer internship at The New York Times newspaper. Before Queen Mary, she completed a Foundation Acting course at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Arts (RADA). Raised in a diplomatic family, she spent much of her childhood overseas, gaining a global perspective and interest in diverse cultures. She has a deep-rooted love of Shakespeare, whose texts continue to shed new light on human psychology and nature. She understands how words can change perceptions, and thus the world, and hopes her work will be able to do just that, even if it’s only in a minor way.

Speaking at The Third Annual Edinburgh Undergraduate Literature Conference by Angelica Hill

On Sunday 19th February I headed off to King’s Cross Train Station to catch an 11 o’clock train up to Edinburgh for the Annual Edinburgh Undergraduate Literature Conference. The theme of this conference was “Diversion and Connection”, and Queen Mary’s School of English and Drama had generously sponsored my travel and accommodation for the event. I had […]