#WeAreInternational: building links with Chile

Sheffield is rightly proud of its internationalisation programme, which is all about increasing international diversity among the student cohort, developing teaching and research partnerships...

Radical Theory: Sheffield Amnesty, Sheffield Assist, Sheffield Greens

Recently, School of English students from the Level 2 module, Radical Theory, had guests from Sheffield Amnesty (Alex Jagger), Sheffield Assist (Lucy Foster and...

Texts That Made Me: Graham Williams

Save the revelation that was Chaucer in high school, there isn’t too much obvious competition for me here. I first read my father’s copy...

Gothic regions/regional Gothic

Gothic regions/regional Gothic – report on a one day symposium organised by the Centre for the History of the Gothic, Monday April 24th, 10.00-16.30....

Texts That Made Me: Alison Horgan

I don’t think of myself as a reader. I was never one of those children who would curl up for hours reading book after...

Texts That Made Me: Lucy Skerratt

Books That Made Me, Literally I know it sounds cheesy to say, but books really have made me – they are literally there for...

Texts That Made Me: Daniel Clarke

Curse my mainstream initiation into the delights of literature. Curse Tolkien, Rowling, Neil Gaiman, and George R.R. Martin for their slew of pop fantasy...

Route 57: The journal, staff and student editors and the editing process

This is the first in a series of four blog posts celebrating the launch of Issue 13 of Route 57, the University of Sheffield’s...

Texts That Made Me: Val Derbyshire

Pictured are a selection of the books which have shaped my life. They are only a selection, because there are many, many more I...

Fourteen Days in May (Film Screening: 18 May 2017)

The School of English is delighted to welcome representatives from human rights groups, Amnesty International and Reprieve, to Sheffield on the 18th of May...