Approaches to creativity, diversity, and sustainability in education: perspectives from the Shakespeare, Race and Pedagogy project - CANCELLED

Dates
Monday 8 November 2021 (17:30-18:30)
Wendy Lennon 315

We regret that due to unforeseen circumstances this event will not now be taking place. 

 

 

 

The 2021 Hughes Lecture

Wendy Lennon, Fellow of the English Association

The School of English, Drama & Creative Studies at the University of Birmingham is delighted to host Wendy Lennon (Fellow of the English Association) to deliver the 2021 Hughes Lecture on the title ‘Approaches to creativity, diversity, and sustainability in education: perspectives from the Shakespeare, Race and Pedagogy project’. The School warmly invites staff, students, alumni, members of the public and the educational community in Birmingham and beyond, to join us as we regather for the new academic year. 

Speaker biography

Wendy Lennon is a third year PhD student at the Shakespeare Institute at the University of Birmingham, an experienced secondary school teacher, and the founder of 'Shakespeare, Race & Pedagogy': an inter-cultural, inter-generational education initiative which seeks to share, celebrate, and reinvigorate approaches to the teaching and study of Shakespeare’s plays. She is a Research Assistant at the University of Oxford's English Faculty, a member of the British Shakespeare Association’s Education Committee and the Early Modern Scholars of Colour Network, and the Everything to Everybody Education steering group.  Wendy was delighted to accept the nomination as a 2021 Fellow of the English Association and is on the Editorial Board for the English Association’s journal, English.

The Annual Hughes lectures are supported by a bequest from the distinguished romanticist A. M. D. Hughes, a former member of the School.

 The words Shakespeare, Race & Pedagogy on a blue background

Culture and collections

Schools, institutes and departments

Services and facilities