The Irish Ambassador to the United States has commended an exhibition which highlights the vital role the women in James Joyce’s life had in his masterwork, Ulysses.
The centenary of James Joyce’s celebrated novel Ulysses is being marked by a new exhibition which tells the story of the women who helped make his literary vision a reality.
Three Loughborough academics have been appointed to the Quality Assurance Agency for Higher Education (QAA) advisory groups, to review the 2022 Subject Benchmark Statements.
A lecture marking the centenary of James Joyce’s Ulysses will focus on the women who helped the Irish author make his landmark novel a success.
A professor of 17th century literature is lobbying for a statue of playwright Aphra Behn to erected in the city where she was born.
Practical skills from 400-years-ago that could help you become more self-sufficient and eco-friendlier are being taught by Loughborough University academics later this month.