‘Cheesecloth mists’, rain ‘that hissed like steak or fish in a skillet’, and the ‘haze of dust and heat-wavering roads’ of South Africa….
Author and lecturer, Jenn Ashworth, has been commissioned to write for 'Hometown Tales' a series published by Orion.
A free online course, organised by Lancaster University, will examine one of the best-known men of science of the nineteenth century.
Have you ever wondered how Wordsworth came to write his poetry and what inspired him?
Lancaster_Words, a three-day celebration of all things literary which took place from Thursday 6th July to Saturday 8th July, was a great success, with almost 1,000 participants attending over twenty events.
Head of Department Professor Sally Bushell spends a month in China
Professor Paul Farley featured on live broadcast of Dawn Chorus for BBC Radio 4
Professor Catherine Spooner on Goths and Twin Peaks for the BBC and ‘The Conversation’
Lancaster University’s Centre for Mobilities Research [CeMoRe] hosted the inaugural conference of Palgrave Macmillan’s new book series, Mobilites, Literature, Culture.
The Department’s Paul Farley featured in three BBC broadcasts on Sunday 23rd April