What can creative approaches bring to academic practice?: Poetry and/as Research

On Thursday 3rd June join me, students from UCL and a selection of writers and academics for a roundtable discussion on what poetry-based approaches can bring to academic research.

We’ll be joined by:


Dr Eric Langley
 (UCL) who will be talking about the relationship between their book of poems Raking Light (Carcanet) and their research in English Literature


Dr Hannah Walters (UCL) who will be talking about using creative methods in her research into the experiences of working-class and first-in-family women students at UCL


Dr Hannah Copley (Westminster) who will be discussing the relationship between writing poetry and their academic practice


Dr Thomas Karshan (UEA) who will be talking about Nabakov and issues of understanding, knowledge and research

The event is free and open to all. Register here: https://ucl.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJckduGhqD0pGt0YlithrinM5XMuNI3qDZBd


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