The Centre for Victorian Studies is delighted to welcome Dr Nicola Kirkby, who will join Royal Holloway’s English department in September, having been awarded a prestigious Leverhulme Trust Early Career Fellowship.
In the past year, several members of the Centre for Victorian Studies have been on BBC radio, sharing their expertise on nineteenth-century literature and culture.
The exhibition challenges the view of Dickens as a quintessentially British writer, by showing how he wrote for, and about the world.
We are delighted that our department's excellent teaching continues to be recognised, achieving 91% student satisfaction in this year's National Student Survey.
Congratulations to Professor Robert Hampson, who has been appointed a Research Fellow at the Institute for English Studies starting from October 2019.
Current PhD candidate Simon Pomeroy's first book of poetry, Four Pints of Guinness for Tony Conrad, has been published by Fluf, a label based in Copenhagen and Dublin.
Released today, The Guardian university league table for 2020 sees ‘English and Creative Writing’ at Royal Holloway placed firmly in the top 20 in the UK again.
We are very proud to announce current practice-based PhD student Suzanne Lansman has been longlisted for the Ivan Juritz Prize for her work 'Un/sound'!
The ‘Inspirational Women: Beyond Writing’ award from Beyond Borders Scotland has recognised the talents of two of our students, Pnina Shinebourne and Meron Berhanu.
Royal Holloway alumni and lecturers feature prominently in the Contemporary British and Irish Writing section of a Special Issue of The Chicago Review.