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English: learning, teaching, research

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We offer a unique combination of English disciplines, including literature from the Anglo-Saxon and medieval periods to the present day, English language from its origins to contemporary and applied contexts, drama and performance, and creative writing.

Professor Svenja Adolphs
Head of School

 

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PhD scholarship - Digital Humanities Centre

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There are two half-funded scholarships available for PhD students to provide support to staff and students.
University of Nottingham acquires personal archive of DH Lawrence

University of Nottingham acquires personal archive of DH Lawrence

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The University of Nottingham has acquired a unique archive of treasures linked to Nottingham's most famous literary son, DH Lawrence.

Academic promotions 2018

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Academic promotions across the Faculty of Arts for 2018.

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Events

Verbal and visual paratexts in translation and interpreting studies

Date
12/09/2018
Description
This is an ARTIS event for PhD students and established researchers who will consider the relevance of the notion of the paratext to a broad spectrum of translation studies research.
Open Day - 14 September 2018

Open Day - 14 September 2018

Date
14/09/2018
Description
Visit us and find out more about studying English at the University of Nottingham.
Open Day - 15 September 2018

Open Day - 15 September 2018

Date
15/09/2018
Description
Visit us and find out more about studying English at the University of Nottingham.

PSA Media and Politics Group Annual Conference 2018: Call for papers

Date
08 - 09/11/2018
Description
Recent elections and referenda have thrown up some unexpected results - outside candidates have emerged rapidly to take power, and established politicians have suffered an unexpected decline or increase in support. Traditional institutions such as political parties and trade unions have experienced a revival in membership. Received wisdom on public opinion and political behaviour has been disrupted, not least assumptions about the political engagement of millenials. This conference will explore mediated communication of politics in the context of such instability and insurgency.

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School of English

Trent Building
The University of Nottingham
University Park, Nottingham NG7 2RD

telephone: +44 (0) 115 951 5900
fax: +44 (0) 115 951 5924
email: english-enquiries@nottingham.ac.uk

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