English and Creative Writing Research Seminar Series 2018/19
  • Room 204, Babbage Building

  • Room 204, Babbage Building

  • Room 116, Rolle Building

  • Venue to be confirmed

  • Venue to be confirmed

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Each year English and Creative Writing (E&CW) arranges research seminar series for staff, students and alumni, showcasing new scholarly work from internal and external academic speakers. 

Attendance is free and all are welcome. Coffee and tea is also provided. 

Forthcoming research seminars include:

  • Wednesday 14 November - Dr Rachel Murray (Loughborough University): ‘Formication: DH Lawrence’s “War-Bitten” Writing’
  • Wednesday 5 December - Dr Ryan Sweet (University of Plymouth): History of Animal Prosthetics 

Further seminar details will be added to the page as they are confirmed.

Contact Dr Camilla Bostock (camilla.bostock@plymouth.ac.uk) for more information or to join the mailing list.

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The research interests of the English and creative writing department at Plymouth range from the early modern period to the present, and cover a diverse set of approaches and priorities based primarily in imagination, judgement and representation. We are particularly interested in developing interdisciplinary projects across a range of themes and topics, including: the transnational and the transatlantic, environmental literatures, poetry and poetics, and scientific discourses. Through our world-leading and internationally recognised research, we are making significant interventions in local, national and international cultural and creative industries.

For more information, please visit the English and Creative Writing website.

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