We are delighted to celebrate Stephen M Hornby’s new project timed to celebrate the 40th Anniversary of the UK’s first National Pride in Huddersfield. Stephen, who is National Playwright in Residence to LGBT History Month, is writing ten monologues for a new performance work funded by the Arts Council, Kirklees Council and LGBT+ History Month.
We are delighted to report that PhD alumna Amjad AlShalan has published an article entitled ‘Shakespeare’s Othello and Colour-Blindness among Saudi Readers’, which has been published in English: The Journal of the English Association (OUP) Amjad was supervised by Caroline Magennis and Tracy Crossley during her time at Salford, and has gone on to showcase
Emma Barnes has published an article entitled ‘Another Settler Move to Innocence: Unmarked Graves and Discourses of Discovery’ in the PSA Newsletter for Feb 2022. In light of the uncovering of mass graves in Canada, the most recent PSA newsletter is dedicated to foregrounding Indigenous voices through literature, art, storytelling, and articles about reconciliation initiatives
We are delighted to report a new publication co-edited by Salford’s Glyn White and Philip Tew (Brunel). The latest volume in Bloomsbury’s Decades series, The 1940s: A Decade of Modern British Fiction, asks the question: how did social, cultural and political events concerning Britain during the 1940s reshape modern British fiction? Several years in the
Caroline Magennis to give keynote at ‘Prophets, Makers and Risk Takers: A Showcase of Writing from Northern Ireland‘
We are delighted to report that Dr Caroline Magennis will be delivering the Keynote Address at ‘Prophets, Makers and Risk Takers: A Showcase of Writing from Northern Ireland‘: a 2-day festival that brings leading writers in Northern Ireland together, in person and online, to share their ideas and skills with emerging writers, and to promote
We are delighted to report the latest publication from PhD student Hannah Helm (formerly Hannah Bury) — a book chapter in the collection Gender and Female Villains in 21st Century Fairy Tale Narratives (Emerald Insight) entitled ‘Maimed Wings and Broken Hearts: Physical Disability, Social Exclusion and Maternal Love in Disney’s Maleficent and Maleficent: Mistress of
We were delighted to hear this month that Dr Janice Allan has won the International Crime Fiction Association Book Prize with her The Routledge Companion to Crime Fiction (edited with Jesper Guiddal, Stewart King, and Andrew Pepper). You can find out more about the prize here. You can find out more about the book here.
We were delighted that Dr Jade Munslow Ong was invited to appear on BBC Radio Three’s ‘Free Thinking’, in an episode entitled ‘Modernism Around the World’ this month. Details of the episode are below and you can listen to the programme here. Murals which aimed to synthesise the history and culture of Mexico, Japanese novels
We are delighted to report that Scott Thurston has received a major funding award (£180k) from the Arts and Humanities Research Council to develop the Arts for the Blues project, a collaboration with Joanna Omylinska-Thurston (University of Salford and NHS) and Vicky Karkou (Edge Hill University). The award is entitled: Arts for the Blues: Towards
The Arts for the Blues project has recently published an article ‘Arts for the Blues: The development of a new evidence-based creative group psychotherapy for depression’ which has been selected for inclusion in a new special virtual issue of Counselling and Psychotherapy Research to coincide with the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE)