We bring together academics and students with shared research interests contemporary literature.
The Contemporary Literary Cultures Special Interest Group (CLiC), was formed in September 2020 in response to the way in which the field of literary studies has expanded in recent years to productively encompass disciplines whose engagement with narrative and textuality had previously gone under recognised. The group arose out of a desire to recognise this trend, and the work colleagues across the institution are already undertaking in interrogating and mapping it:
- Indigenous literatures
- Spectrality studies
- Video game studies
- Spoken word poetry
The group is directed by Dr Lucy Arnold.
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Staff, associates and postgraduate researchers
Leader of the Contemporary Literary Cultures Research Group
Head of the School of Humanities
Head of Department of English, Media & Culture
Lecturer - Creative Writing
Lecturer in Media and Culture
Lecturer in Media and Communications
Dr Lucy Arnold
Dr Jack McGowan
Prof. Michael Bradshaw
Dr Poppy Wilde
Katy Wareham Morris
The Masters in English is an advanced postgraduate degree which can either be taken as a stand-alone qualification or as progression route into doctoral research.