MA in Literature, Landscape & Environment

Category Archives for Literary heritage

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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Their colours and their forms: exhibition at Wordsworth Trust

A new exhibition at the Wordsworth Trust Museum, Grasmere, ‘Their colours and their forms: artists’ responses to Wordsworth’, opens on February 2nd and runs until 10th March. The exhibition will be a “multi-media exhibition, featuring the work of a number … Continue reading

16. January 2013 by s.gregg
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Writing Britain trip review

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

02. August 2012 by s.gregg
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Interactive maps: click and play!

The Guardian and the British Library have each launched – independently – interactive digital maps of literary Britain: The British Library: Pin-a-tale is part of its Writing Britain exhibition. The Guardian: Best Bookshops and literary locations. Click and play!  

04. June 2012 by s.gregg
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Windows on their worlds

Dale Salwak, in a piece for the Times Higher Education entitled ‘Windows on their Worlds’, reflects interestingly on the sense of place, particularly that peculiar amalgam of place, tourism, history, reading and the senses: the full experience of following in … Continue reading

21. May 2012 by s.gregg
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