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Honorary Associate Professors

Honorary Assistant Professors/Lecturers

The following Honorary Assistant Professors and Lecturers work with academic staff and students in the School of English:

John Clark (Freelance cartoonist)

John Clark (pen name Brick) is a freelance cartoonist and illustrator, who creates educational illustrations, games and comic books, editorial and strip cartoons, caricatures, and commercial work for manufacturing, voluntary and statutory sectors.

 
Ruth Fainlight (Poet and short story writer)

Ruth's work includes:

  • New and Collected Poems (Bloodaxe, 2010)
  • Sugar-Paper Blue (Bloodaxe, 1997)
  • Fifteen to infinity (Hutchinson, 1983)
  • Daylife and Nighlife (Andre Deutsch, 1971)

Ruth was shortlisted for the 1998 Whitbread Poetry Prize.

 
William 'Billy' Ivory (Screenplay writer, actor, producer)

Billy's written work includes:

  • Bert and Dickie (TV Drama - 2012)
  • Women in Love (TV series - 2011)
  • Made in Dagenham (Film - 2010)
  • Common as Muck (TV series - 1997)
  • Minder (TV series - 8 episodes - 1993-1994)

Born in Southwell, Billy's work has been heavily influenced by living and working in the East Midlands.

 
Dr Dorothy Johnston (Archivist and curator)
Originally from Dublin, Dorothy attended Trinity College Dublin for both her undergraduate and doctoral degrees. She then completed a research placement at Queen’s University Belfast before moving onto a curatorial career. She was Keeper of Manuscripts and Collections at the University for 25 years.
 
Stephen Lowe (Screenplay writer, actor, artistic director, playwight)

Stephen's written work includes:

  • Spirit of the Man (Theatre - 2005)
  • Coronation Street (TV series - 8 episodes- 2004)
  • Unstable Elements (TV documentary - 1988)
  • Play for Today - Cries from a Watchtower (TV series - 1979)

Stephen is Director of The Meeting Ground Theatre Company.

 
Alison Moore (Novelist and short story writer)

Alison's work includes:

  • He Wants (Salt, 2014)
  • The Pre-War House and Other Stories (Salt, 2013)
  • The Lighthouse (Salt, 2012)

The Lighthouse was shortlisted for the Man Booker Prize 2012 and the National Book Awards 2012 (New Writer of the Year), winning the McKitterick Prize 2013.

 
Dr Kerry Young (Author)

Dr. Kerry Young is the author of Pao (Bloomsbury, 2011) and Gloria (Bloomsbury, 2013). Pao was shortlisted for the Costa First Novel Award, the Commonwealth Book Prize and the East Midlands Book Award. Gloria was longlisted for the OCM Bocas Prize for Caribbean Literature and shortlisted for the East Midlands Book Award.

Kerry is currently working on her third novel for Bloomsbury.

Kerry is a Reader for The Literary Consultancy, a tutor for the Arvon Foundation and a Fellow on the Royal Literary Fund Fellowship Programme where she is writer-in-residence at the University of Sheffield.

 

The following Honorary Lecturers are involved in supporting the School’s programme of outreach, community engagement and partnership with local creative practitioners:

  • Andrew Breakwell (Director of Roundabout Education)
  • Jenny Denton (Former Head of Active Communities and Community and Community Strategy Manager at the University of Nottingham)

Honorary Lecturers are also involved in supporting the research and teaching undertaken by staff in our research centres and institute and include:

  • Terje Spurkland (Associate Professor in Old Norse Philology, Centre for Viking and Medieval Studies, University of Oslo)

Honorary Visiting Fellows

  • Dr Averill Buchanan (Centre for Regional Literature and Culture)
  • Dr Tonya Dewey-Findell (Centre for the Study of the Viking Age)
  • Dr Mike Leahy (School of English)
  • Dr Chrissie Van Mierlo (Centre for Regional Literature and Culture)

Events

Manuscripts and Special Collections Lunch Time Talk: New Additions to the DH Lawrence Collections

Date
28/09/2017
Location:
Djanogly Theatre
Description
Talk by Dr Andrew Harrison on the new additions to the DH Lawrence Collections.

The Letters Page, Vol. 2 launch

Date
05/10/2017
Location:
Five Leaves Bookshop, Long Row, Nottingham
Description
Vol.2 of The Letters Page continues a celebration of the printed object which we started with Vol 1's boxed set of letters...

Manuscripts and Special Collections Lunch Time Talk: Local Author Alison Moore: Location and Landscape

Date
16/11/2017
Description
Talk by Dr Adam Rounce: Castrating Rochester: John Wilmot's Manuscript Poetry
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