Dr Sebastian Mitchell delivering the latest Arts Matters talk.
Dr Asha Rogers asks whether a historical perspective on state literary support strengthens the case to "bring the state back in" today.
This talk explores the value of understanding Britain's relationship to its coasts, shores, and beaches via the nation's own gothic literary tradition.
Report and video of the event.
Modernist Profiles meets doctoral researcher, Hannah Comer, to explore their research interests, the work they are doing, and exciting developments in the field of modernist studies.
An interdisciplinary, peer-reviewed journal that is published annually, both electronically and in print form.
Modernist Profiles meets doctoral researcher, Liam Harrison, to explore their research interests, the work they are doing, and exciting developments in the field of modernist studies.
Interested in gaining some experience peer-reviewing academic writing? The editorial team at Ad Alta: the Birmingham Journal of Literature is seeking PGR students to be part of the Reviews Panel!
Report on a research talk co-hosted by the Centre for Contemporary Literature & Cultures and the Centre for Modernist Cultures which took place on 19 June in the Department of English Literature.
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Event report for Monday 19th March.
The Reading YA Fiction Symposium will take place on 24 May 2018 at Westmere House, University of Birmingham.