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Robert Hampson and Katherine Isobel Baxter have been awarded third prize in this year's Adam Gillon Awards by the Joseph Conrad Society of America for their co-edited collection, Conrad and Language.
Call for Papers: The London Victorian Studies Colloquium
Robert Hampson has written the introduction to a new Ukrainian edition of Conrad's works, and will give a lecture on 19th December in Kiev to commemorate the first volume of the publication.
Judith Hawley has edited, prefaced and selected supplementary materials for a new Norton Criticals edition of Laurence Stern's Tristram Shandy.
MA student Judith Wilson's story "Like a Blooming Discotheque" was shortlisted for the 2018 London Short Story Prize.
Prof. Bob Eaglestone has published a new book with Prof. Gail Marshall. English: Shared Futures is a collection of essays exploring the opportunities for and challenges to the discipline of English.
PhD Candidate Ahmed Honeini's research paper, 'Saying No to Death?: Morality, Voice, and the Work of William Faulkner' has been accepted for the 2018 New Work in Modernist Studies Conference.
Dr Kate Potts's new poetry collection, Feral, was chosen as The Telegraph's book of the month in a review that lauded the work as 'musical, joyously weird, and filled with moments of pure pleasure.'
MA Alumna Liz Berry was awarded the 2018 Forward Prize for Best Single Poem for her poem, Republic of Motherhood.
English at Royal Holloway ranks highly overall in the Times Good University Guide, 2019