Category: Links & Resources

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The New Academic

LJMU English’s Nadine Muller has an incredibly busy and informative website all of her own. Drawing together her own teaching, publications, and research activities, and providing advice and debate for those entering the lecturing profession in The New Academic, it offers a wealth of resources for academics and students alike.

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James Joyce’s Chamber Music

LJMU English’s Gerry Smyth is also a musician. In 2012 he recorded and released an album entitled James Joyce’s Chamber Music: this was a folk musical version (co-written and performed with his daughter) of the thirty-six lyric suite published by James Joyce in 1907. Music played a crucial role in Joyce’s literary...

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Blogging Beyond the Classroom

Blogging Beyond the Classroom is an online forum for exchanging ideas and swapping experience of learning and teaching with blogging and related social media. It is supported by a Teaching Development Grant awarded to Helen Rogers of LJMU English, by the Higher Education Academy.

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Writing Lives

Writing Lives is a final-year undergraduate module on the LJMU English programmes, taught by Helen Rogers. Autobiographies are one of the most important resources we have for learning about the experiences and identities of ordinary – and extraordinary – people in the past. Memoirs have also been one of the...

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Social Media Skills for Students

Social Media Skills for Students is an LJMU English project which builds on Nadine Muller’s work-experience module ‘Express Yourself: Presentation and Social Media Skills’ by creating a resource that extends beyond the English undergraduate programme at LJMU and that is accessible and useful to all students within and outside the university....

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Prison Voices

Prison Voices: Crime, Conviction and Confession, 1700-1900 is created by second-year undergraduates studying English literature and cultural history at Liverpool John Moores University, UK. In our blogs we examine the literature of crime and punishment in the 18th and 19th centuries, both fictional and non-fictional, and consider how these influenced...