A new research project led by Dr Matthew Boswell has been featured by the Arts and Humanities Research Council for its innovative use of digital technology in exploring memories of the Holocaust.
Last month saw the School of English continue its activities abroad as Professor Graham Huggan delivered keynote addresses at two international conferences.
A reading group, focussing on extracts from: John Aikin, On The Application of Natural History to Poetry (1777) (A copy of the reading will be circulated by email prior to the seminar) Starts at 5:30 pm.
A talk by John Gallagher (University of Leeds) ‘A Conversable Knowledge: Learning Languages in Early Modern England’ All welcome! Starts at 5:15 pm.
Language variation and identity; variationist & interactional sociolinguistics; linguistic ethnography; regional/social dialectology; spoken discourse analysis; language ideologies.
Third year student Michelle describes her second year as an English student as 'incredibly stimulating' and credits the School and University for its employment opportunities.