Category: Undergraduate Study

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The Indian Road Sign: LJMU English Abroad

Ruth Childerhouse is just completing her second year as an English student at LJMU. Early this year she was given the chance of travelling to Tirunelveli in India to visit a range of schools and colleges there. Here, she reflects upon her experiences in the context of her studies of post colonialism. ...

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Dedicated Followers of Fashion

As always, this year, all students enrolled on the level 6 module ‘Vamps and Villains: Exploring Gothic Fiction’ were asked to give a short interactive presentation. But one group in particular showed an admirable dedication to their studies in their session on the representation of desire in Oscar Wilde’s The Picture of...

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Clearing: Come and study English with us!

If you think LJMU’s English course might be for you, we still have a limited number of places available. Remember, though, that the Clearing process is very competitive. Here’s our advice for securing a place on our course for September 2016: Make sure you’ve checked all the information on our...

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‘Doping in Sports’ – Teaching Experience

On 12th July 2016 a ‘Doping in Sports’ Conference was held in LJMU’s Tom Reilly Building. This was part of a much larger project with LJMU’s Endocrinology department, as well as the British Endocrine Society. This was my experience of our English-related part… Teaching is something I am considering doing...

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Tips on Secondary Sources

Here are some tips and help in finding those pesky secondary sources! I know that most of you will already know all of this, but just in case you don’t, here is some (hopefully helpful) advice. Firstly, never ask yourself “how many sources can I get away with?”. The more...

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Careers with English: The Reader Organisation II

‘The Reader’ is a national reading charity with a unique shared reading model that reaches across all ages, demographics and settings, and began in Liverpool in 1997. They use great literature as a tool for living which helps people better connect with themselves and others, enabling them to realise the changes they want to...

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Prescot Work Experience: Megan Bagnall

The second year ‘English Work Experience’ module… well – even if you haven’t taken it, you can guess what it does. Part of LJMU’s commitment to preparing our graduates for the world of work, the module also aims, where possible, to involve students studying English in the research activities being...

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Prison Voices: LJMU English Students publish their year’s research online

LJMU English’s groundbreaking second year module ‘Prison Voices: Crime, Conviction and Confession, c.1700-1900’ examines the literature of crime and confession in both fictional and non-fictional texts across two centuries. The module’s website, produced by its students, explores ways in which historical documents found in digital resources like the Old Bailey Online can be read in...

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Careers with English: The Reader Organisation

Studying English with us? Fancy a career that would allow you to carry on doing what you’ve been doing on your course, in a home-grown, innovative Liverpool organisation? Victoria Jordan is in her final year of an English degree at LJMU, and she is currently working as an intern at...