96% of our published work has been rated world-leading or internationally excellent (REF2021: English Language and Literature).Our research is uniquely shaped by the juxtaposition of the critical and the creative and by our location in the historic city of Lancaster, with its medieval castle and the nearby Lake District, home of Romanticism. We enjoy strong links with the Ruskin Library, the Wordsworth Centre, Lancaster Literature Festival and are home to the Centre for Transcultural Writing and Research.
EVENT: 'Law as Literature, Literature as Law, c. 1150-1850' (conference). Three-day conference for academics and practitioners working on English Literature, History and Law. Begins Mon 17th April @Lancaster Castle. https://t.co/L0N6gfQIsb
EVENT: Emeritus Prof Terry Eagleton on 'Heaven and Hell' - Part Two: 'Hell'. Lancaster Castle, 23rd Mar, 7.30pm. #LancasterWords https://t.co/gWy3WF69Oy https://t.co/DcrTNpaJHQ
EVENT: Emeritus Prof Terry Eagleton on 'Heaven and Hell' - Part One: 'Heaven'. Lancaster Castle, 23rd Mar, 2pm. #LancasterWords https://t.co/p0muCn2ces https://t.co/2SgWHczIbS
EVENT: Literature & Religion Reading Group - with Christopher Douglas. Online, 23rd Mar, 3pm. See our Events Page for details. #LancasterWords