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South African Modernism 1880-2020: Year 1 Roundup

South African Modernism 1880-2020 is an AHRC-funded project led by Dr Jade Munslow Ong. In this blog post, she presents a round-up of the first year of the project, and some of the team’s plans for 2022. You can also find a version of this blog post on the project website here.  The Team Starting this project

English Research Seminar: Academic Publishing after REF2021

Please join us on 8th December at 3pm on Teams for a panel discussion on Open Access publishing after REF2021. This is a must for anyone contemplating their first steps into academic writing or who wants to make an informed decision about where to place their scholarship. There will be opportunities for discussion and questions

English Research Seminar – Olive Schreiner: Writing Networks and Global Contexts

Olive Schreiner: Writing Networks and Global Contexts  Please join us for the English research seminar, 3pm-5pm on 10th November 2021. The seminars will be held on Teams this semester. If you are a Salford postgraduate student or graduate who would like to attend this event, please contact Caroline Magennis on c.magennis@salford.ac.uk  Emma Barnes, Sanja Nivesjö and Jade

Judy Kendall’s exciting work on haiku and nature poetry

Judy Kendall, Reader in English and Creative Writing at Salford, has been invited to act as one of the two judges for the haiku section of the 2021 British Haiku Society Awards. She will be working with Ron C Moss, an acclaimed and award-winning Australian poet and artist who composes both haiku and haiga (art