The study of English at the University of St Andrews has a long and distinguished history that is sustained in the scholarly, critical, and creative dynamism of today's School of English. In the present day, the School enjoys an international reputation as a centre for both academic research and literary creativity. In the 2008 RAE, the School had 70% of its research and writing rated as 'world-leading' or 'internationally excellent'. The School's richest inheritance, however, is its collegiality: we pride ourselves on our friendliness, and on our common enthusiasm for great literature.
Wednesday 8th October
Medieval Renaissance Research Group Forum
Medieval Renaissance Symposium
Thursday 16 October
Fragments and Living Monuments: Mary Wollstonecraft, 1759-1797
Bell Pettigrew Museum
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Critical Essays on Don Paterson
Edinburgh University Press has published a collection of essays by contemporary critics on the work of Don Paterson. Edited by Natalie Pollard, the collection spans Professor Paterson's poetry and prose writing, and includes interviews with him by Derek Attridge and Matthew Sperling.