A good honours degree in an English related subject.
English Language and Literature
Months of entry
January, September, April
English at Newman is a thriving research area with expertise in colonial and postcolonial literature, twentieth century and contemporary writing, drama and manuscript and print culture. As well as giving papers at national and international conferences, the team host a research seminar series, and co-organise an annual conference on print culture – the Print Networks series.
In addition to publishing articles, editing essay collections and literary texts, members of the team are also contracted for forthcoming monographs with Ashgate and Palgrave-Macmillan. English staff at Newman work with published writers and dramatists to enhance regional and national literary and performance culture. Doctoral study in the department currently includes work on postcolonial and eco-critical approaches to the representation of landscapes in Indian literature, the twentieth-century middlebrow writer Clemence Dane, and the representation of Trade Unionism in the twentieth century.
- Early modern drama
- Early modern travel writing
- Print culture
- The contemporary dramatist Edward Bond
- Colonial and postcolonial literature
- African women’s writing
- South Asian literatures
- The twentieth century middlebrow writer Clemence Dane
English and Education
Information for international students
International credit-based course linked to European Credit Transfer Scheme. Degree verification can be obtained from NARIC (National Academic Recognition Information Centre) on UK 0870 9904088 or email email@example.com Further information can be obtained from their website www.naric.org.uk English language proficiency certificate required.
Fees and funding
Self-Funding. However, funding for Postgraduate applicants may be available from: www.PostgraduateStudentships.co.uk You shall need to contact them personally.
Qualification and course duration
Course contact details
- Dr Matthew Day
- + 44 (0)121 476 1181 ext 2426
- + 44 (0)121 476 1196