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Jude Piesse, a lecturer in English Literature at LJMU, chats about her fascinating new book about Charles Darwin’s childhood connection with nature through a Shropshire garden.
Lindsay Wilkinson takes viewers on a virtual walking tour, telling the tale of nineteenth-century convict, Mary Smith.
Gemma Griffiths was one of the first PhD candidates to defend her thesis virtually during the start of lockdown. We find...
Catherine Cole is a Professor in Creative Writing. We find out about her career and how she is doing her part to empower...
Joe Moran, author and Professor of English and Cultural History at LJMU, shares his unique perspective of the festive celebration.
We chat with Nadine Muller about the latest work of the War Widows' Stories project: the War Widows' Quilt.
At LJMU we’re excited to celebrate our contributions to the poetical world.
Students studying English at LJMU were treated to a special Q&A with the presenter of BBC Radio 4 Woman's Hour.
Love reading and analysing books? Consider studying English Literature – a degree that opens doors to a wide range of careers.
Mike Hollows, a PhD candidate (Creative Writing) at Liverpool Screen School, has just released his first book – and he wrote...