MA in Literature, Landscape & Environment

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The power of place: Tintern Abbey fieldtrip

This post written by student Hannah Pollard. On the morning of the 5th of November the Landscape, Literature, and Environment Course members went to Tintern Abbey. Our coursework revolves around the word ‘place,’ among others; Tintern Abbey has defined place … Continue reading

19. November 2015 by s.gregg
Categories: Field trips, Place, Poetry, Romanticism | Leave a comment

Poetry Pin Field Trip and Student Poetry Publication

In February 2015, students from BSU went on a trip to the Poetry Pin Project in West Somerset. We’re delighted with the news that a MA student Lucy Summers and MA tutor Prof. Terry Gifford will both have the poetry … Continue reading

06. July 2015 by Samantha Walton
Categories: Bath Spa University, Events, Field trips, Place, Poetry, Student success | 1 comment

Remnants of Early Modern London: a field trip

In this post, one of our students, Kerstin Grunwald-Hope, reflects on a recent field trip to London run by Dr Tracey Hill for the strand ‘Early Modern London’. After taking the train from Bath to London and then the tube … Continue reading

24. February 2015 by s.gregg
Categories: Early Modern, Field trips, London, Place | Leave a comment

Tintern Abbey Field Trip: Tourism, Heritage and Romantic Perspectives

Lucy Summers, one of our MALLE students, gives her impression of a day-long field trip to Tintern Abbey, as part of our Research: Methods, Resources, Dissemination core module. On November 6th the MALLE students had the opportunity to visit Tintern Abbey in … Continue reading

24. November 2014 by Samantha Walton
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Stoppard’s Arcadia

This is student Chao Xie’s reflections on a course visit to see a performance of Tom Stoppard’s play Arcadia. Arcadia has been considered as Tom Stoppard’s finest play by many a critic. Our course field trip this time was to … Continue reading

23. April 2014 by s.gregg
Categories: Field trips | 4 comments