Juliette Bretan is a PhD candidate in English at the University of Cambridge. Her PhD explores representations of Polish and East-Central European geopolitics in Anglophone and Polish modernism, and she also researches connections between Lincolnshire and modernism. She has recent work in Critical Quarterly and The Cambridge Quarterly, and has previously written for The Public Domain Review, The Modernist Review, Engelsberg Ideas, and The Arts Desk, among others.

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Juliette Bretan writes about her takeaways from the Baltic Summer School 2023.