Monthly Archives: March 2018

Reflections on the Imagine! Festival of Ideas and Politics, Belfast, 12-18 March 2018

Patricia Ferguson I have four days in Belfast and a whirlwind of events, and those are only a dozen chosen from more than eighty on offer, and of those dozen, space available here to discuss only four or five. First … Continue reading

Posted in Research | 1 Comment

Digital Habitus and Institutional Responsibility

Suman Gupta Pedagogic Context I continue here with the argument of the earlier posting on Direct and Mediated Contact in Literary Pedagogy. I do so at a similar level of generality, without as yet nuancing the argument along the lines … Continue reading

Posted in Teaching and learning | Leave a comment

Opening the Curriculum: A brief personal history

Dennis Walder, Emeritus Professor of Literature It was the mid 1970s, I’d left South Africa, and was a Research Fellow at Edinburgh University, doing a PhD on Dickens and teaching there to supplement my income.  I had heard about a … Continue reading

Posted in Department history | Leave a comment