Georgia Nasseh is a DPhil candidate at the University of Oxford. She completed a BA in English at Queen Mary, University of London (2013–2016) and an MSt in English at the University of Oxford (2016–2017). Her DPhil research is concerned with issues of translatability and untranslatability in multilingual texts, with an emphasis on the work of Angolan author José Luandino Vieira. Other research interests include colonial and postcolonial literatures, Brazilian literature (esp. Modernist and Regionalist), representations of urban and rural peripheries, as well as the intersection of translation studies, manuscript studies, and textual criticism.