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New Chapters and New Adventures

Following on from Jonny Terrell’s tales of life starting out as a secondary teacher in East Dunbartonshire, another account of life in teaching but this time from… 511 more words

Division Of Literature And Languages

Monthly Round Up: December and January

News

The Heirs to the Throne project has launched a podcast series: a selection of the finest ‘Heir of the Month’ essays will be made available as mini-lectures. 706 more words

Staff

Launching the FWWNetwork

Following our highly successful conference in February 2016, the steering committee behind FWWNetwork has been hard at work developing our plans to expand our small group into a national and international network for postgraduates and early career researchers with an interest in the study of the First World War. 230 more words

Academics

Publication Spotlight: The Politics of Counsel in England and Scotland, 1286–1707

Blog written by Dr Jacqueline Rose

Is it true that behind every successful ruler there is an exhausted adviser? It has certainly often been the case that ‘evil counsellors’ have been blamed for bad government. 434 more words

Staff

PG Showcase: James Illingworth on George Sand

The Mythopoetics of Bodily Representation in George Sand

My research, funded by the AHRC Northern Bridge Doctoral Training Partnership, considers the representation of the body in nineteenth-century fiction, focusing on the works of George Sand (1804-76). 393 more words

Research Events

Research in the Charente: The Peter Morris Memorial Travel Award 2016

Many congratulations to Adam Spencer (Hull) who was awarded this year’s Peter Morris Memorial Travel Award! Thanks to Adam for the following blog post and picture. 268 more words

Research Events

Exhibition review: Tennyson's Women

This guest post comes from Lauren Evetts, Literature MA student in the School of English, Communication and Philosophy.

Tennyson, Tennyson…. Where to begin?! I had just finished the taught element of a module about King Arthur in the 19th and 20th centuries and I had been particularly struck with Alfred Lord Tennyson’s… 787 more words

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