Valerie Rumbold presents a fresh perspective on one of the most celebrated print canons in literary history.
Dr Isabel Galleymore's new pamphlet published by Guillemot Press.
A video recording of Professor John Holmes' talk for the Arts and Science Festival.
A video essay from doctoral researcher Liam Knight.
Asha Rogers new book State Sponsored Literature: Britain and Cultural Diversity after 1945 has been published by Oxford University Press.
Alexandra Harris got together with Professor Kate McLoughlin for a series of podcasts to think about texts that seemed particularly meaningful in the first weeks of lockdown and isolation.
Isabel Galleymore has been announced as the winner of the 2020 John Pollard International Poetry Prize for her debut book Significant Other
Celebrating Shakespeare's birthday virtually on 23 April.
Over twenty prisons now using materials prepared by Shakespeare Institute scholar to support inmates during the crisis.
Dr Emma West's article '"within the reach of all": Bringing Art to the People in Interwar Britain' has been published in the academic journal Modernist Cultures.
An isolation interview about recent developments in the FUTURES project.
The Department of Film & Creative Writing is delighted to announce that Smoking Kills, a short film by Jacob Gates Orgill, has been nominated for a Learning on Screen Award in the Student Postgraduate category.