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News

Former MA Creative Writing student, Eley Williams publishes short story collection

Description
Congratulations to former Creative Writing MA and PhD student, Eley Williams, whose debut collection of short stories, Attrib. and other stories, is set to be published by Influx Press.
Date:
26/05/2016

Globe Trotting Head of Department

Description
The Head of Department, Professor Tim Armstrong, delivered a plenary at the 'Presumed Autonomy' conference in Stockholm last week on 'Temporal Autonomy: Modernism and the Fork in Time'.
Date:
19/05/2016

Speaking of Shakespeare: Kiernan Ryan to discuss his new book

Description
Professor Kiernan Ryan has been invited by the Shakespeare Guild of America to discuss and sign copies of his latest book Shakespeare's Universality: Here's Fine Revolution (Bloomsbury 2015) at the National Arts Club in Manhattan, New York. The event will take place on 23 May 2016.
Date:
12/05/2016

 

Events

MA Creative Writing Open Day

MA Creative Writing Open Day

Date
Wednesday 1st June 2016
Description
Meet the MA Creative Writing team and find out more about what Royal Holloway can offer you at the Department of English's MA Creative Writing Open Day on 1 June.

Victorian Periodicals through Glass

Date
Friday 15th July 2016
Description
In partnership with the University of Buckingham, the English Department's Centre for Victorian Studies is co-hosting Victorian Periodicals through Glass. The one-day conference running in conjunction with the Sally Ledger Memorial Lecture takes place at The Athenaeum Club, Pall Mall.

 

 

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