This opportunity is open to English Literature students in their second and third year. Students will spend three weeks (July – August) living and working in beautiful Exeter College, one of Oxford’s oldest colleges, and there is an exciting programme of extra-curricular events and activities. The program provides a unique opportunity for experienced creative writers […]
Interested in studying Shakespeare? This Study Tour will take you to the United Kingdom in September 2017 to study many cultural sites including the Globe Theatre. Information Session: Friday 10 March, 3.10 pm – 4.00 pm in Napier 209. Find out more.
Suzanne Falkiner presents, ‘Randolph Stow’s Adelaide’ 6.00 pm Wednesday 30 November State Library of South Australia Hetzel Lecture Theatre, Institute Building, North Terrace ALL WELCOME Randolph Stow was one of the great Australian novelists of his generation. He won the Miles Franklin award in 1958 for his first novel To the Islands, and followed this with […]
A new overseas intensive, Shakespeare at the Globe, is scheduled to run in the mid-semester break in semester 2, 2017. In the course, up to 20 students will attend performances of Shakespeare plays scheduled for production at the Globe theatre in London and at theatres in Stratford-upon-Avon. While on location, students will also undertake a […]
Associate Professor Lucy Potter has been awarded $21,500 under the Australian Government’s Endeavour Mobility Grants scheme. The funds will assist students from disadvantaged backgrounds to attend performances of Shakespeare’s plays in London and Stratford-upon-Avon as part of Lucy’s ‘Shakespeare at the Globe’ course, a new addition to the Department’s offerings that will run for the […]
English & Creative Writing Seminar “A discussion of activist poetics, environmentalism and the writing of people and place.” John Kinsella & Tracy Ryan Friday 4 November 2016 3:00 pm – 5:00 pm Room 618, Napier Building The University of Adelaide North Terrace, Adelaide ALL WELCOME More Information – Event Poster
The Department of English and Creative Writing will host the next Research Seminar: Hannah Stark and Tim Laurie, After the Love Plot: Gendered Anticoupling and the Species Boundary in Yorgos Lanthimos’ The Lobster (2015) Friday 28 October 2016 3.00pm Napier 618 ALL WELCOME For further information, contact Phil Butterss This paper seeks to develop a […]