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PhD student Ryan Coogan on Teaching at Southern Connecticut State University

From August to December 2017, LJMU English PhD student Ryan Coogan spent a semester teaching and researching at LJMU’s transatlantic partner Southern Connecticut State University in New Haven. Ryan’s thesis focusses upon the work of five key 20th century artists who are primarily known as poets, but have also worked extensively in...

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LJMU English Summer Competition: Design a Book Cover!

The eagerly-awaited LJMU English Student Summer Competition is finally here! (I’m writing that as if this is an annual event – well, from now on, it will be…) We’re asking our students to design a cover for one of the texts you’ve read for your course. We don’t mind a bit which...

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English Win LSU Amazing Course Team 2017 Award!

Last night at the Radisson Blu Hotel, Liverpool Students’ Union held the 8th annual Amazing Teaching Awards, an event that celebrates excellent teaching and support across LJMU – with all votes from our students themselves. English were shortlisted in the ‘Amazing Course Team’ section, alongside thirteen dauntingly excellent departments – and...

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Rachel Willie Awarded Prestigious Book Prize

LJMU English’s Rachel Willie, together with co-editors Kevin Killeen and Helen Smith from the University of York, have been awarded the Roland H. Bainton Prize (for Reference Works) for The Oxford Handbook of the Bible in Early Modern England, c. 1530-1700. This was published by Oxford University Press in 2015, and contains...

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Celtic Tiger Blues: Professor Gerry Smyth’s latest book

LJMU English’s Professor Gerry Smyth’s new book, entitled Celtic Tiger Blues: Music and Irish Identity, has been published by Rutledge. It is a collection of essays focusing on Ireland’s complex cultural relationship with music of various kinds. It includes material on the art and folk traditions, the work of James Joyce, popular...

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Nadine Muller Launches New Project Live on Woman’s Hour

On 11 November 2016, Nadine Muller, together with Mary Moreland from the War Widows’ Association of Great Britain, launched her Heritage Lottery Funded project War Widows’ Stories live on Woman’s Hour. They were given eight star-struck minutes with BBC Radio 4’s Jenni Murray, and you can listen to the result below via...

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Liverpool Travel Seminar, Saturday 24th September 2016

The tenth annual Liverpool Travel Seminar will be held at Blackburne House, Liverpool, on Saturday 24 September 2016. The Liverpool Travel Seminar is a collaborative and interdisciplinary research forum launched jointly by Liverpool Hope University, the University of Liverpool, and Liverpool John Moores University in 2007. This year’s event is...