Conference Archive

Our past conferences

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2020

Action on teaching university English online - an E:SF satellite event. 3 July 2020.

Online Member Networking: Have young people gone off English? 1 July 2020. This resource is only available to members: click to request access.

English: Shared Futures ONLINE 26 - 28 June 2020

Online Member Networking: Future Englishes and Higher Education 5 June 2020. This resource is only available to members: click to request access.

Shakespeare Teachers' Conversation 29 May 2020

2019

Shakespeare for Teachers Study Day a workshop for A-Level teachers, heads of English departments, and trainee teachers, 5 October 2019, London

Action on Employability in English - an English: Shared Futures Satellite Event 16 September 2019

English in the World 1: From the Outside 18 January 2019

2018

Action on University Recruitment for English An English: Shared Futures Satellite Event, 9 November 2018, Manchester

2016

Sixth Form Shakespeare Study Day, 14 March 2016

2015

New Aspects of A Level English, 3 October 2015

Alice in the Classroom, 19 September 2015

Focus on Shakespeare at A Level, revision day for 6th formers studying King Lear or the Tempest, 24 March 2015

2014

Setting the Scene for Shakespeare at A Level, Sixth Form Conference, 3 November 2014

British Poetry of the First World War, 5-7 September 2014

Writing the First World War, Symposium with children's authors, 7 April 2014

Writing the First World War, 7 April 2014

The Poetry Café at the Cheltenham Literature Festival, 7th - 11th October, 2013, was sponsored by the English Association.

2013

All Change at A Level, 5 October 2013

The Future of English Conference

Rendcomb College, 25 September 2013

Brotherly Biography Event

Wolfson College, Oxford, 22nd June 2013

A lecture by Hermione Lee, organised for the Fellowship but open to all.

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