English : shared futures / edited by Robert Eaglestone and Gail Marshall for the English Association.

"The study of English literature, language, culture and creative writing is an important and dynamic enterprise. English: Shared Futures celebrates the discipline's intellectual strength, diversity and creativity, explores its futures in the nations of the UK and across the world, and brin...

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Corporate Author: English Association
Other Authors: Eaglestone, Robert, 1968- (Editor), Marshall, Gail, 1965- (Editor)
Format: Book
Language:English
Published: Cambridge : D.S. Brewer, 2018.
Series:Essays and studies (London, England : 1950) ; v. 71.
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505 0 |a Introduction / Robert Eaglestone and Gail Marshall -- The changing picture of school English / Barbara Bleiman -- From A-level to HE: working towards a shared future? / Jenny Stevens -- English outreach: academics in the classroom / Catherine Redford -- From provider to stager: the future of teaching English in HE / Benjamin A. Brabon -- Pedagogic criticism: an introduction / Ben Knights -- Exquisite tensions - narrating the BAME ECA experience / Keith Jarrett -- Postgraduate futures: voices and views / Clare A. Lees, Lewi Mondal, Helen Saunders, Emily Ennis, Susan Bruce -- Shared futures: early career academics in English studies / Clara Jones, Clare Egan, Elizabeth English, Ilse A. Ras, Stephen Watkins -- Some reflections on the funding of English departments / Rick Rylance -- English: the future of publishing / Katherine Isobel Baxter, 'Journal Publishing'; Martin Paul Eve, 'The future of open access'; Linda Bree, 'Monograph publishing' -- Digital futures / Ann Hewings, Lynda Prescott -- A view from the United States: the crisis in the humanities; the liberal arts; and English in the military academy / Marion Thain -- The future of borders / Daniel O'Gorman -- 'Between and across languages': writing in Scotland and Wales / Kirsti Bohata, Alison Lumsden -- Exploring intersections between creative and critical writing: an interview with Elleke Boehmer / Elleke Boehmer, Diya Gupta, Bárbara Gallego Larrarte -- Integrating English / Billy Clark, Marcello Giovanelli, Andrea Macrae -- Employability in English studies / James Annesley, Rob Hawkes -- Creative living: how creative writing courses help to prepare for life-long careers / Paul Munden -- Practice at large: how creative writing can enhance university research environments / Corinne Fowler, Harry Whitehead -- 'And who can turn away?' Witnessing a shared dystopia / Seraphima Kennedy -- English and the public good / Sarah Dillon -- 'Can wisdom be put in a silver rod?/Or love in a golden bowl?' On not defending the humanities / Simon Kövesi -- 'Something real to carry home when day is done': the reader in future / Jane Davis -- Afterword / Stefan Collini -- Index. 
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