Newsletter - Online
Issue 7
November 2004


Director’s Foreword – Ben Knights
Ben Knights, Director, English Subject Centre, Royal Holloway, University of London

Back to the top of the page Back to top


Teaching to Learn
Ros King, Senior Lecturer in the School of English and Drama at Queen Mary, University of London, argues that undergraduates can learn by teaching in schools. On p. 4, Carolyn Lindsay gives a school teacher's perspective.
Sally Bushell, Lecturer in English at Lancaster University, assesses the differences between second and third year students.
It ain't what you say, it's the way that you say it
Shân Wareing analyses the Language of Educational Development
‘With or Without? Is there any History in this class?’
In a paper originally delivered at the English Subject Centre conference ‘The Condition of the Subject’ in July 2003, Philip Martin, Dean of the Faculty of Humanities at De Montfort University and former Director of the English Subject Centre, reassesses the place of historicism in teaching.
Development of a Work Project Module for an MA in English
Martin Willis, Lecturer in English, University of Glamorgan.
Professionalising the PhD: A Career-Related Initiative in English Studies
Leon Litvack, Reader in Victorian Studies and Head of Undergraduate Teaching in the English Department at Queen’s University Belfast, describes a mini-project funded by the English Subject Centre.

Back to the top of the page Back to top

News & Reports

Teaching Holocaust Writing and Film
Robert Eaglestone, Lecturer in English at Royal Holloway, University of London, writes about an English Subject Event on the 18th and 19th February, 2005.
National Teaching Fellows in English
The winners of fifty new National Teaching Fellowships (worth £50,000 each) were announced in June. Here, two new Fellows with links to English outline their plans.
UCAS Figures
UCAS Figures on English, Media Studies and History
Encouraging Student Enterprise in the Cultural and Heritage Sectors
Helen Cagney-Watts describes an English Subject Centre project funded by the DfES.
JISC Regional Support Centres
Sarah Sherman, Higher Education Adviser, JISC RSC for London, writes about a new service for Higher Education.
Student Employability Profiles for English
Jane Gawthrope, English Subject Centre Manager, discusses Employability Profiles.
Consultations with English in Education lecturers
Ben Knights, Subject Centre Director, writes about recent meetings with an important section of the English HE community
Taught Postgraduate Provision at the New Universities
Emma Liggins, Lecturer in English at Edge Hill College of Higher Education, reports on an English Subject event held in the summer.
'You'll need to go to the departmental office for that, Sophie..'
Jane Gawthrope, Manager of the English Subject Centre, reports on a networking day for English department administrators held on 8 September 2004.
IT Works!
Brett Lucas, Learning Technology Officer and Website Developer at the English Subject Centre, gives his regular roundup of teaching-related developments in IT.

Back to the top of the page Back to top

First Article >