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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.
Our TeacherHub>English programme is free to join and works to connect, inspire and provide resources to KS4 and KS5 English teachers.
Prof Markovits and alumna, Dr Perry, both feature in the The Sunday Times '100 21st-century novels to love' list!
Professor Judith Hawley of the Department of English has been elected a Fellow of the Society of Antiquaries of London.
The Built Moment, Lavinia Greenlaw's latest poetry collection, explores themes of time, grief, and what we can build out of loss through a sequence of poems about her father's dementia.
First Year English and American Literature student, Eugenia Ciuro, will present a paper comparing The Great Gatsby to The Old Man and the Sea at the upcoming F. Scott Fitzgerald 2019 Conference.
New MA Creative Writing Pathway
Judith Hawley, Professor of Eighteenth-Century Literature, takes part in a series called ‘The Art of Intimacy’ to discuss Samuel Richardson’s influential novel, Pamela in light of the #METOO movement
KVP Kultura, a Polish arts and culture channel, features an interview with Robert Hampson about Joseph Conrad on two episodes of Chuligan Literacki.