The new website for the Kurdish 'Many Women, Many Words' project is now live.
John Schad’s play, Nowhere Near London, is to be premiered at the Watford Palace Theatre (main auditorium) on Monday 4 July. Nowhere Near London is adapted from John’s novel The Late Walter Benjamin (Bloomsbury).
John Schad's play, 'Last Train', co-authored with Fred Dalmasso, and based on John's book Someone Called Derrida, is to be performed at the HowTheLightGetsIn Festival, Hay-on-Wye at the end of May.
Catherine Spooner has been quoted in The Independent newspaper talking about Goths.
Check out Jenn Ashworth on BBC Radio 4’s The Faith of Children, Or Kumbayah and All That.
Department of English & Creative Writing are pleased to announce the winners of The London Review of Books Tutorial Prize 2017
Professor Paul Farley is appearing at the National Gallery on 8th July in discussion with Turner Prize nominated artist George Shaw.
Dr Morwenna Carr is involved in a number of forthcoming events at Lancaster Castle.
Natalie Hart and Jon Stapley, both studying for a Creative Writing MA, were finalists in a writing competition at the London Book Fair this year called The Write Stuff 2016.
Sunday Swift, a recent PhD student and current Associate Lecturer, whose doctoral work was on male Dandies within television, has just started a regular column in the The Chap.