The Faculty Research Bulletin celebrates the research achievements of colleagues, and publicises research projects, and the impact and benefits of our research.
Published quarterly, the Research Bulletin includes information about new research publications and exhibitions, research awards, fellowships, and prizes, as well as details about colleagues’ contributions to conferences and other events, at UEA and elsewhere.
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Research Bulletin Archive
- Issue 13 - Spring 2019/20
- Issue 12 - Winter 2019/20
- Issue 11 - Autumn 2019/20
- Issue 10 - Summer 2018/19
- Issue 9 - Spring 2018/19
- Issue 8 - Winter 2018/19
- Issue 7 - Autumn 2018/19
- Issue 6 - Summer 2017/18
- Issue 5 - Winter 2017/18
- Issue 4 - Summer 2016/17
- Issue 3 - Spring 2016/17
- Issue 2 - Winter 2016/17
- Issue 1 - Autumn 2016/17
(The bulletins are in pdf format)
War, Nation and Europe in the Novels of Storm Jameson by Katherine Cooper In their look outward beyond Britain to the shores of Europe, Storm Jameson’s novels of World War Two mark an interesting counterpoint to prevailing literary trends. Whilst her contemporaries mainly focused on interrogations of Britain and Britishness at this time of national crisis, Jameson’s renderings of Czechoslovakia, France and Germany reflect her stubbornly internationalist outlook. This approach...
In “Re-imagining the American Landscape: Queer Topographics in Nina Berman’s “Homeland” Christopher Clark argues that Nina Berman’s Homeland (2008) is a rearticulation of the US domestic landscape following 9/11. The book excavates and shapes cultural memory through image and text by examining how parts of the country responded to the 2001 events. Considering how Homeland captures what I call queer topographics of US culture, I suggest that the spaces of the everyday are...
Ra Mason recently secured funding from Great Britain Sasakawa Foundation (GBSF) funding for an Interdisciplinary Workshop on Ageing in Japan and the UK, which is also supported by Tohoku University. This will be for a two-day workshop, as part of on-going UEA-Tohoku collaborations, incorporating the British Association of Japanese Studies (BAJS), to be held at UEA in September 2021, which will offer an ideal platform from which to examine how in particular Japan and the UK might learn from...
In February, Professor Duncan Large (LDC) spent Do Something Different Week as Visiting Professor in the Department of Comparative Literature at Jadavpur University in Kolkata, India. During his week in Kolkata Professor Large gave two public lectures at Jadavpur University; he also gave talks at Gurudas College (workshop on “Translating Nepali Short Stories into English”) and at the Indian Council for Cultural Relations (Intercultural Poetry and Performance Library), as well as...
The Hiding Game by Naomi Woods was longlisted for the 2020 Walter Scott Prize for Historical Fiction . Published in July 2019, The Hiding Game is Naomi’s third novel, and is a tale of obsession set against the background of Germany’s Bauhaus art school.