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We are fantastically pleased that Dr Samantha Walton – module leader and tutor on our MA – has been awarded one of the British Academy’s Rising Star Engagement Awards for ‘Landscaping Change: exploring environmental regeneration, conservation and placemaking initiatives using … Continue reading
Our £1,200 Progression Scholarship is now available to all Bath Spa alumni, no matter how long ago you graduated!
Our students Kerstin Grunwald-Hope and Chao Xie attended a major four-day conference this summer, Reading Animals, at Sheffield University. Chao, also known as Percy, actually presented a paper (from his dissertation research) entitled ‘The Extended Sympathy: An Ecological Reading of … Continue reading
We’re delighted to say hello to Dr Samantha Walton, our new member of staff who will be leading our Environmental Writing and Ecocriticism module and contributing to the Chorographies: Case Studies in Place or Region module. This year Samantha will … Continue reading
Two of our staff on the Writing and the Environment Research Centre and lecturers on the MA in Literature, Landscape, and Environment appear in the latest issue of Ecozon@: the European Journal of Literature, Culture and Environment. The special issue … Continue reading
Last year our students spent a day in the field, visiting the newly re-vamped Coleridge Cottage and walking the Quantocks. These photos courtesy of Ruth Bailey. A windswept day … However, it was clear that everyone was giving careful consideration … Continue reading
Here at the MALLE, we’d like to welcome a new member of the English literature team, Professor John Strachan. Professor Strachan’s research to date has focused on British Romanticism, with a particular attention to parady and satire, Romantic-era popular culture, … Continue reading
In July staff and students of the MA in Literature, Landscape and Environment went to see the exhibition at the British Library, Writing Britain: Wastelands to Wonderlands. To say we were impressed would be an understatement, but I offer here … Continue reading
Current students Pat Main, Jane Jacobs, and Mark Hayward, and tutors Tracey Hill and Stephen H. Gregg will be heading out tomorrow to see the British Library’s exhibition Writing Britain: Wastelands to Wonderlands. There’s also interesting things happening on its … Continue reading
The MA in Literature, Landscape and Environment is offering one fee waiver of £1,000 for a BSU graduate registering for the course full time!