Professor Alison Findlay will be discussing Lady Jane Lumley’s Iphigenia at Aulis (c.1555), the first translation of Euripides into English and the first play written by a woman as part of Nottingham University’s Centre for Ancient Drama and its Reception, based in the Department of Classics.
Professor Alison Findlay's most recent work as dramaturg to The Rose Company is on Research and Development of an all-female production of Coriolanus.
Congratulations to Ines Gregori Labarta, one of our MA in Creative Writing students, on winning the Chancellor’s Medal Award for achieving the highest marks across the whole of the Faculty.
The Wordsworth, War & Waterloo exhibition that English & Creative Writing Professor Simon Bainbridge co-curated has recently closed following a successful run in Grassmere.
The Department of English & Creative Writing welcomes enquiries from outstanding early career scholars considering applying for a Leverhulme Trust Early Career Fellowship with ourselves as the host Department.
The Department of English & Creative Writing is delighted to announce the appointment of renowned biographer, theorist and graphic artist, Benoit Peeters to the post of Visiting Professor in Graphic Art and Comics, in close working partnership with the Lakes International Comic Art Festival (LICAF).
The Lancaster Writing Awards were featured in a recent issue of the National Association For The Teaching of English (NATE) 'Teaching English' magazine.
Andrew McMillan has been named the winner of the 2015 Guardian First Book Award for his poetry collection, physical.
The life and letters of a British scientist "one of the foremost of his day" will be used as a lens to examine the relationship between science, society and culture then and now.
Have you ever wondered how Wordsworth came to write his poetry and what inspired him?