Blog

Welcome to the English department’s blog! Our students and staff will be posting about studying at Liverpool, behind-the-scenes at events, and our views on how English shapes the world we live in. 

The Obscured Roots of Magical Realism

Posted on: 15 June 2022 | Category: Posts

The Obscured Roots of Magical Realism

By Mitzi Castle

Murakami’s Magical Realism: Entering Different Realms

Posted on: 15 June 2022 | Category: Posts

Murakami’s Magical Realism

By Mitzi Castle

Skills Week: Script for Screen Course

Posted on: 8 June 2022 | Category: Posts

Script Screen blog

By Mariam Abood

Translanguaging Pedagogy

Posted on: 6 June 2022 | Category: Posts

Translanguaging blog

By Samira Niazi

Bilinguals and Bilingualism

Posted on: 6 June 2022 | Category: Posts

Bilinguals and bilingualism

By Samira Niazi

Decolonising the Curriculum: Language Learning (Part 2)

Posted on: 25 May 2022 | Category: Posts

Decolonising the curriculum 2

Benefits of Multilingualism

Decolonising the Curriculum: Language Learning (Part 1)

Posted on: 25 May 2022 | Category: Posts

Decolonising the curriculum part 1

The Current State of Multilingualism in the UK

MA TESOL and Applied Linguistics Trip to Haworth

Posted on: 11 May 2022 | Category: Posts

MA TESOL Trip to Hawarth

In March 2022, a group of 40 students from our MA in TESOL and Applied Linguistics programmes went on a visit to Haworth. This is the home of the Bronte sisters. You may know them from the novels they wrote – for example ‘Jane Eyre’ and ‘Wuthering Heights’.

Domestic abuse in literature: the reality behind the fiction

Posted on: 5 April 2022 | Category: Posts

Domestic abuse in literature

Digital Communications Assistant in the department of English, Mariam Abood, explores the representations of domestic abuse in literature, from the perspective of her prior work as a researcher in the domestic abuse sector.

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