News

June 2014

Brunel English, Creative Writing and Music departments move to Top Ten in UK Subject Tables 2015

Brunel's English Literature and Creative Writing (CW) subject areas are now amongst the Top 6 in the country, as recently announced in the Guardian University Guide 2015 Subject Tables.

July 2013

The State of the Culture Symposium

Book your place at The State of the Culture Symposium: a day of presentations and discussion on the 'Culture' series by Iain M. Banks. The event includes a keynote address by science fiction author Ken Macleod.


June 2013

George Orwell, the Humanities and Social Sciences

Two prominent Orwell scholars will feature in a seminar hosted by Brunel University on 27 June.

New Humanities: Interdisciplinary Approaches to the Dynamics of Social Transformation

Narratives of Ageing in Contemporary Britain

A day conference for delegates (£10 full fee/£5 concession – incl. lunch & refreshments)

and a free author event with Paul Bailey, followed by a wine reception.

October 2012

BGSRC

BRUNEL CENTRE FOR THE INTERDISCIPLINARY STUDY OF GENDER & SEXUALITY

Invitation to Inaugural Lecture

BRUNEL CENTRE FOR THE INTERDISCIPLINARY STUDY OF GENDER & SEXUALITY

May 2012

English and Creative Writing Move into the Top Quartile

English and Creative Writing have been ranked amongst the ‘Top Quartile’ in the Guardian University Guide 2013.

June 2011

Dr Bill Leahy debates Shakespeare authorship ahead of major film release

Head of Brunel University's School of Arts, Dr Bill Leahy, challenges the accepted authorship of Shakespeare's plays in a special debate in central London.

February 2011

New MA English Literature

Opportunity to study a wide range of topics and periods, from the early Modern/Renaissance through to the modern and contemporary.

January 2010

Fiction and the Cultural Mediation of Ageing

Major research grant for project...

March 2009

Leading actors applaud first Ma Shakespeare Authorship Studies

One of literature's great conspiracy theories has new impetus...

August 2008

Elizabeth Evenden - patents, pictures and patronage

The book examines the career and patronage of the celebrated Tudor printer John Day, who is best known as the printer of John Foxe’s “Book of Martyrs” but who also produced a number of seminal works of literature throughout his long career.

May 2008

English at Brunel ranked in

Our average teaching score, as an index, is 72.9...

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