Photo: Exeter Student’s Guild This year I was shortlisted for ‘Best Postgraduate Teacher’ at the University of Exeter Student’s Guild Teaching Awards. These Awards were the first of this kind to be established in the UK (2009) and remains the largest in the country. Over 1 million words in praise of teaching at the UniversityContinue reading “University of Exeter Students’ Guild Teaching Awards 2015”
by Zoe Bulaitis (PhD Candidate) PhD Comic. I have recently been drawing again, and comics have attracted my attention. I like the potential to tell stories in time, and capture mixed emotions in multiple frames.
This post features a diagram I made using ‘Inspiration 9’ to describe the ways in which Jeffrey Williams divides and subdivides the Campus Novel and the Academic Novel. I read ‘ The Rise of the Academic Novel’ in American Literary History, Volume 24, Number 3, Fall 2012, pp. 561-589. I like William’s thorough approach andContinue reading “Jeffrey Williams: The Rise of the Academic Novel – A graphic guide / map”
This post is a copy of a paper which I gave at my very first conference this summer. It was part of the fourth international Theorizing the Popular Conference held at Liverpool Hope University(details here). I am pleased to have given my first paper and include it in full. As a result of being designedContinue reading “Conference Paper from ‘Theorising the Popular’ Conference at Liverpool Hope”
Firstly, an Apology… Summer holidays and moving into my first home has left this blog neglected.No more – new term enthusiasm has returned, and therefore this post is to catch up on those lost summer months. On that note… The Brilliant Cultural Value Iniative: I wrote this reporter style piece for the Cultural Value IniativeContinue reading “Christopher Frayling and the Future of Funding in the Arts”