"The Department of English Literature encourages you to explore the pleasures of reading and studying literature in a community of outstanding scholars and students."Dr Deborah Longworth, Head of English Literature
22 October 2020
Neither the sciences nor the humanities can get us to this future by themselves, but working together they can, quite literally, save us.
21 October 2020
Dr Emma West shares research on interwar peace movements.
19 October 2020
Dr Rona Cran has been awarded a Research Networking Grant from the Arts and Humanities Research Council, to enable her to launch the new Network for New York School Studies
14 October 2020
The Symbiosis network will be holding its next conference online on 9th, 11th and 13th November from Oxford University Museum of Natural History, supported by the University of Birmingham.
25 September 2020
Olivia Robinson's new book published by Brepols Publishers.
16 September 2020
Dr Megan Cavell reflects on a creative project she took part in over lockdown, working with colleagues to bring to life a 10th Century poetic riddle to life in the digital space.
07 September 2020
The journal is looking for postgraduates to fill the following the roles and create Volume XII: General Editors, Book Review Editors, Creative Editors, Notes Editors, and a Publicity and Proofs Editor.
28 August 2020
The English Department's Dr Amy Burge writes about the surge in popular and genre fiction works being written by Muslim women over the last decade.
04 August 2020
Lyndsey Stonebridge writes for Psyche on the Austrian writer Ingeborg Bachmann's novel Malina (1971)
13 July 2020
Dr Jack Quin will be joining the Department of English Literature for 3 years this October to research 'Dual Forms: Modernist poetry and the poetics of sculpture (1880-1940).'
29 June 2020
Latest volume of the interdisciplinary, peer-reviewed journal, edited by English Literature doctoral researchers Liam Knight and Jayde Martin.
19 June 2020
Within the College of Arts and Law, staff and students have adapted to a new way of working, with teaching and studying taking place at home through a variety of virtual platforms.
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