Sneak peek of the Spring 2020 Newsletter

Posted by boo11 at Apr 21, 2020 01:55 PM |

Spring 2020 Newsletter sneak peak cover imageTake a look at this sneak peek of our members-only Newsletter, which includes a full article by Professor Katy Shaw FEA on employability and English. If that whets your appetite, why not join us and get access to the whole Newsletter – and so much more! Join us today!


Spring 2020 EA Newsletter sneak peak

If you’d like to read the whole Newsletter, join us now!

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  • Our members help to further the knowledge, understanding and enjoyment of the English language around the globe, promoting its literatures, and encourage good practice in its teaching and learning at all levels.
  • The EA’s ambition is for fuller recognition of English as an essential element in education and in the community at large. In joining the English Association you will join others who are passionate about English and committed to its successful use, spoken and written.
  • Your voice will be added to debates and discussions – both national and international – that encourage the study of English language and literature.
  • You’ll have access to cutting-edge research through our exclusive member-only publications, including:

English 4-11: Supporting literacy in the primary classroom

The Use of English: The longest-standing of journals for English teachers in schools and colleges

English: Scholarly essays and reviews on all periods of literary history alongside new work by contemporary poets

Essays & Studies: Covering a wide range of subjects and authors, from the medieval to the modern

The Year's Work in English Studies: The qualitative narrative bibliographical review of scholarly work on English language and on literatures written in English

The Year's Work in Critical and Cultural Theory: A companion volume to The Year's Work in English Studies, it provides a narrative bibliography of work in the field of critical and cultural theory, recording significant debates and issues of interest in a broad field of research in the humanities and social sciences.

English at the Interface: A monograph series which explores English Studies at the interface with other languages, cultures, professions and disciplines from the medieval period to the present day.

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