Afternoons filled with Victorian tea parties with dainty cups and saucers and little sweet treats, evenings of post-prandial potations and days full of lectures, workshops … Read more
Re-issuing its call for an end to indefinite detention, Refugee Tales walks for the fifth time this year. Starting in Brighton on July 6 and … Read more
Since the 1980s, a growing number of book artists have used their craft to share stories about health, wellbeing and illness. These artworks give a … Read more
The School of English is pleased to report that is has maintained its top 20 position in the Guardian University Guide 2020, rising from … Read more
What is this about? At the School of Psychology, we are conducting a large cross-disciplinary research project funded by the Leverhulme Trust. This project looks … Read more
The Centre for Creative Writing at the School of English is pleased to be co-hosting the Canterbury Festival Poet of the Year competition for 2019. … Read more
Grappling with a contested past described either as state feminism or “state patriarchy” (Mihaela Miroiu), postsocialist Romania has to reassess its representations of femininity in … Read more
A roundtable discussion with Sewanee: The University of the South; Carleton University; and The University of Kent.