Three projects involving academics from across the Faculty have each received funding from the AHRC Translating Cultures and Care for the Future Innovation Awards on International Development.
Researcher Anna Fleming’s blog piece on her public engagement project, which explores people’s responses to William Wordsworth, has been published on the Wordsworth Trust website.
Lunchtime drop-in Creative Writing sessions which offer a space in which staff and students can create new work in response to prompts or stimulus. Led by poets Malika Booker and Rachel Bower. Starts at 12:10 pm.
The Playhouse Lab. Come and read The Merry Wives of Windsor. The play will be cast with students, staff and friends in an unrehearsed, improvised, script-in-hand performance. No experience required. Starts at 5:30 pm.
Postcolonial literature (especially indigenous literatures and cultures); medical humanities; disability studies; contemporary British literature; health, illness and medicine; postcolonial health.
After taking a break from studying to be a teacher, Nathan has returned to academia to complete an MA in English Literature.