Nina Rolland is a PhD student in Comparative Literature at the University of Kent and at the University of Paris 3. Her research interests centre around the relations between music and literature during the nineteenth century and more particularly the representation of women musicians in French, English and German novels. Nina holds a Bachelor’s degree in French Literature and Language, and a Master’s degree in Comparative Literature from the University of Paris 4 Sorbonne.
Nina is also an editorial member of Skepsi, the online postgraduate journal in Humanities and Social sciences of the University of Kent.
About: Pek van Andel and Danièle Bourcier, De la serendipité dans la science, la technique, l’art et le droit. Leçons de l’inattendu, Hermann & Sylvie Catellin, Serendipité, Du conte au concept, Seuil.