CRLC
Centre for Regional Literature and Culture
   
   
  

Welcome to the Centre for Regional Literature and Culture

The CRLC houses a unique range of single and multi-disciplinary research from the Medieval to the Contemporary with a focus on:

  • Writing and the local (especially D.H. Lawrence, Lord Byron, Alan Sillitoe)
  • Regional and national literary cultures (especially Ireland, Scotland, East Midlands, the Lake District)
  • Space and place
  • Cultural geography
  • Translating cultures
  • Literary recoveries

Members of the CRLC are interested in a variety of research methodologies, including:

  • Text editing
  • Book-history
  • Cultural geography
  • Individual-author studies

Recent and on-going projects include the AHRC-funded:

 

The CRLC is home to a thriving, international postgraduate community working towards both Masters and Doctoral degrees.  We welcome expressions of interest from students wishing to pursue postdoctoral research at Nottingham.

The CRLC hosts a regular series of events, including an annual conference, the Byron Lecture, and two interdisciplinary seminar series.

For more details please follow the links on this website.  You are also most welcome to contact the CRLC’s Director Dominic Head.

CRLC Events

 

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School of English Events

  • Snotrur - Old Norse Reading Group 31 May
    Date
    31/05/2016
  • Graduate Jobs Fair
    Date
    06/06/2016
    Location:
    East Midlands Conference Centre (EMCC)
    Description
    Placement and internship opportunities, graduate schemes, and employers with job vacancies starting this year.
  • The James Plays Debates
    Date
    10/06/2016
    Location:
    Great Hall, University of Nottingham
  • Pat Barker in conversation
    Date
    15/06/2016
    Location:
    Nottingham Playhouse
    Description
    Pat Barker is the multi award-winning British writer of 13 novels. Her first, Union Street (1982) won the Fawcett Prize, and she was awarded the Booker Prize for The Ghost Road (1995), the final novel in her much acclaimed World War I Regeneration Trilogy. Noon Day, the third novel in her Life Class trilogy, which spans the First and Second World Wars, was published in 2015 and she is working on a new novel.
  • Everywhere and Nowhere: an interdisciplinary postgraduate symposium on imagined spaces
    Date
    20/06/2016
    Location:
    Nottingham, Room TBC, Trent Building, University Park
  • Runology Discussion Group 20 June
    Date
    20/06/2016
    Location:
    A62 Trent Building
  • Open Day, Friday 24 June 2016
    Date
    24/06/2016
    Location:
    Trent Building
    Description
    School of English Undergraduate Open Day at The University of Nottingham
  • Open Day, Saturday 25 June 2016
    Date
    25/06/2016
    Location:
    Trent Building
    Description
    School of English Undergraduate Open Day at The University of Nottingham
  • The Viking World 2016 - Diversity and Change
    Date
    27/06/2016 - 02/07/2016
    Location:
    University of Nottingham
    Description
    The Viking World - a major international conference to be held in Nottingham 27 June - 2 July 2016
  • Viking World 2016 - free public events
    Date
    27/06/2016
    Location:
    Sir Clive Granger Building, University of Nottingham NG7 2RD, University Park
    Description
    Join The Viking World 2016 conference for a writers' roundtable, public lecture and reception. The events are free but places are limited so please book in advance.
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Centre for Regional Literature and Culture

Trent Building
University of Nottingham
University Park

telephone: +44 (0) 115 951 5910
fax: +44 (0) 115 951 5924
email: lynda.pratt@nottingham.ac.uk