Percy Newsletter Issue 3

In this third issue of the Percy Newsletter we continue to share and celebrate the wonderful work that our colleagues have achieved during these trying times. We also welcome our new Head of School, Professor Jo Robinson.

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In this issue you will learn about:

  • Recent awarded research grants
  • New research projects and publications
  • Exciting news about the BBC New Generation Thinker scheme

Watch out for our next issue!

Northern Bridge CDA Competition Success

CONGRATULATIONS to three of our colleagues, Prof Karen Corrigan, Dr Rosalind Haslett and Dr Fionnghuala Sweeney who have successfully secured PhD studentships through the recent Northern Bridge CDA competition!  Project titles are listed below:

Prof Karen Corrigan, Prof Joan Rahilly and National Museums, NI – ‘Eavesdropping on our past: Mapping the oral soundscape of Northern Irish English (NIE)’

Dr Rosalind Haslett and Open Clasp Theatre – ‘Developing new models to evaluate the impact of Open Clasp’s theatre for social change’

Dr Fionnghuala Sweeney and the National Library of Wales – ‘Native Ground: Moses Roper, Fugitive abolitionist; emancipatory activism, anti-slavery radicalism and Print Culture in Wales’

Full details on the application process and deadlines for these projects can be found here:

Percy Newsletter Issue 2

In this second issue of the Percy Newsletter we continue to share the wonderful work going on by colleagues in the School of English Literature, Language & Linguistics.

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In this issue you will learn more about:

  • Staff and Student awards for Creative Writing and Outstanding Research
  • The work of our Visiting Professors, NUAcT Fellow and Northern Bridge researchers
  • Recent research publications
  • And sad farewells to retiring colleagues

Watch out for our next issue!

Introducing Percy

At Newcastle University School of English Literature, Language & Linguistics we have a thriving research community. The Percy Newsletter details the recent publications, research projects and successful vivas in our School.

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In this newsletter learn about:

We’re very excited to share and celebrate all of the wonderful work happening within the department. Look out for our next issue.