Publications

Publications

The Association publishes a wide range of journals and books for the general reader and for those interested in the teaching of English at all levels.

The EA team are working remotely, which means there is some disruption to our processes. We are not able to mail out hard copies of purchased publications at the moment, though we may be able to provide a soft copy. If you wish to purchase single copies of any of our publications, please email us before completing your purchase: engassoc@le.ac.uk.

The English Association Newsletter is sent to every member and keeps you up to date with all of the Association's activities and news.

Our 7 Bookmarks series provide independent resources for readers wishing to broaden their engagement with literature and are available free of charge.

If you are interested in poetry then A Mutual Friend: Poems for Charles Dickens and Larkin with Poetry may well interest you.

For classroom teachers we have two dedicated journals:

  • English 4-11 is essential reading for English in the primary classroom
  • The Use of English contains a wide range of articles by teachers and researchers who represent the full spectrum of secondary English teaching

We have several publications for those involved in Higher Education and research:

Our occasional series Issues in English deals with developments in English studies and the teaching of English at all levels.

For those with an interest in the history of English studies the Association's Centenary History will be of interest, together with our archive of Presidential Addresses and Pamphlets.

Newsletter

English Association Newsletter
The Newsletter reflects the range of the Association's activities and interests and keeps members informed of all the activities and publications of the Association.
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Bookmarks

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Original Bookmark Series
Primary Bookmarks
Dickens Bookmarks
Shakespeare Bookmarks
Longer Poem Bookmarks
First World War Bookmarks
To commemorate the 2014 anniversary of the outbreak of the First World War this new Bookmark series starts with work on Edward Thomas, Wilfred Owen and R.C. Sherriff. By the end of 2014 it is hoped that this series will contain monographs on most of the major poets, novelists and dramatists of the period as well as individual Bookmarks on those records of that time that are central documents concerning the effects of the war on the national consciousness.
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John Steinbeck: Tortilla Flat, Cannery Row and Of Mice and Men
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A Streetcar Named Desire by Tennessee Williams
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File 79 Raymond Chandler - The Big Sleep
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English 4-11

English 4-11

English 4-11 is the only journal dedicated to English in the primary classroom. It is a joint publication of the English Association and the United Kingdom Literacy Association.

First published in 1991 as Primary English, the journal was re-named in 1997 to reflect an increasing range of coverage.

Published three times an academic year (Autumn, Spring, Summer), the magazine contains material produced by, and for, the classroom teacher, practical resources, successful projects and reviews of books, videos, software and other resources. It is intended for all those involved in English in the primary classroom.

Established in 1995, the English 4-11 Picture Book Awards are given annually for the best illustrated children’s books of the year in four categories, Fiction and Non-Fiction for 4-7 yrs and 7-11 yrs. The prizes are awarded at the Association’s Annual General Meeting each May, and the winning and short-listed books are featured in a full-colour insert in the summer issue of the journal.

Subscription to English 4-11 brings with it membership of the primary section of the English Association, including the right to attend conferences and to purchase other Association publications at reduced rates. Members of the SubscribeAssociation are also encouraged to participate in the Fellowship scheme.

ISSN: 1460 5945

Peer English

Peer English
Peer English is now an online only journal
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The Year's Work in Critical and Cultural Theory

The Year's Work in Critical and Cultural Theory ISBN: 9780198863366
ISSN: 1077-4254

Published for the English Association by Oxford University Press

Electronic access available to subscribers

The Year's Work in Critical and Cultural Theory is a companion volume to The Year's Work in English Studies, also published for the English Association by Oxford University Press. 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.

YWCCT should be valuable to a range of readers. The journal is aimed at scholars who wish to be informed of current debates and major publications on a given subject, whether they are seeking orientation in an area to which they are new or keeping up with developments in their own field.

No collection of this kind can claim to be complete in its incorporation of publications so chapters rarely seek to be fully comprehensive, but look instead to trace and expand upon currents in critical and cultural theory, and to engage in some of their areas’ key debates. In this way, YWCCT functions not only as a bibliographical tool and overview, but also as a forum for lively interventions.

As the chapters show, debate within and across these groupings is lively and attests to a vibrant interdisciplinarity and ever-shifting foci. The editors continue to work to find ways of mapping the changing landscape of critical and cultural theory by incorporating new topics while not overlooking developments within more established debates.

Editors:

The Year's Work in Critical and Cultural Theory is edited by Professor Emma Mason and Professor Christina Lupton, University of Warwick

Advisory editors:

  • Steven Connor, University of Cambridge
  • Terry Eagleton, Lancaster University
  • Lawrence Grossberg, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
  • Linda Hutcheon, University of Toronto
  • Fredric Jameson, Duke University
  • Christopher Norris, Cardiff University
  • Stan Smith, Nottingham Trent University
  • Gayatri Chakravorty Spivak, Columbia University
  • Patricia Waugh, Durham University

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Keep up-to-date with what is being published in YWCCT - register to receive the Table of Contents free by e-mail or RSS feed each time an issue comes out. Or sign up for Cite Track and be alerted to articles matching your chosen criteria. Just visit the OUP YWCCT Home Page and click on the links on the bottom right of the page.

Current Issue: Volume 27

Covering work produced in 2018, published in October 2019

  • Book Media Theory: Trina Hyun, Yale University
  • Science and Medicine: Tita Chico, University of Maryland
  • Postcolonial Theory: Edward Powell, Independent Scholar
  • Psychoanalysis: Lucy Arnold, University of Worcester
  • Queer Theory: Jennifer L. Miller, University of Texas at Arlington
  • Ecocriticism: John Charles Ryan, University of New England
  • Economic Criticism: Nick Valvo, City Colleges of Chicago
  • Visual Culture: India Lewis, Independent Scholar
  • Film Theory: Gary Bettinson, Lancaster University
  • Affect Theory: Karen Simecek, University of Warwick
  • Feminisms: Anna Watz, Linkoping University
  • Modern European Philosopy: George Tomlinson, Brunel University
  • Poetics: Stephen Grace, University of York
  • Animal Studies: Richard Iveson, Independent Scholar
  • Disability Studies: Marion Quirici, Duke University
  • Performance, Theatre, Drama: Rebecca Kastleman, University of Virginia
  • Theory on Theory: Robin Sims, University of Derby
  • Popular Culture: Tracey Potts, Universitry of Nottingham
  • Digital Humanities: Anthony Mandal, Cardiff University

The Arts of Peace

An Anthology of Poetry edited by Adrian Blamires and Peter Robinson

Poetry First World WarThe first of August 1914 saw the beginning of the war that was to end all wars and which, instead, ushered in a century of armed conflicts, two of them described as global.

This anthology’s title is borrowed from Andrew Marvell’s ‘Horatian Ode upon Cromwell’s Return from Ireland’, in which he deprecates ‘the inglorious arts of peace’. With this gathering of newly composed poems, and against that grain, this anthology looks to celebrate all that is left behind in times of conflict and which conflict is so often evoked to defend.

In this spirit, Adrian Blamires and Peter Robinson have edited a collection of poems that address peace and war from an unusually varied range of angles. The more than fifty contributors include Fleur Adcock, Robyn Bolam, Vahni Capildeo, Fred D’Aguiar, Gerald Dawe, Jane Draycott, Elaine Feinstein, Roy Fisher, Debora Greger, Philip Gross, Angela Leighton, William Logan, Allison McVety, Bill Manhire, John Matthias, Anthony Rudolf, Carol Rumens, Elizabeth Smither and Gregory Woods.

About the editors:

Adrian Blamires teaches Creative Writing at the University of Reading, where he is also working on a PhD in Renaissance drama. He is the author of two collections of poetry, The Effect of Coastal Processes (2005) and The Pang Valley (2010), both from Two Rivers Press.

Peter Robinson is the author of many books of poetry, translations, aphorisms, short fiction and literary criticism, and has been the recipient of the Cheltenham Prize, the John Florio Prize and two Poetry Book Society Recommendations. His most recent publications include Foreigners, Drunks and Babies: Eleven Stories (Two Rivers Press), a chapbook of poems, Like the Living End (Worple Press) and The Oxford Handbook of Contemporary British and Irish Poetry, which he edited. He is Head of the Department of English Literature at the University of Reading and literary editor of Two Rivers Press.

  • format: paper
  • ISBN: 978-1-909747-04-3
  • pages: 120
  • price: £10.00
  • Publication date: August 2014

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Academics in the Classroom: English Outreach, edited by Catherine Redford
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The Empathy Effect: Teaching Literature about the World Wars and the Shoah. Edited by Ann-Marie Einhaus and Catriona Pennell

A Mutual Friend: Poems for Charles Dickens

mutualfriendcover.jpgIn celebration of the 200th birthday of Charles Dickens, Two Rivers Press with the English Association present an anthology of new poems by contemporary writers responding to the life and work of this most enduringly popular of novelists.

Prompted by incidents from his life, the characters and plots of his novels, or their afterlife in other arts and cultural memory, these poems offer a series of intimate glimpses into Dickens’s place in the current poetic imagination.

Edited by award-winning poet and translator Peter Robinson, with an introduction by Adrian Poole, the anthology includes contributions from more than fifty poets, among them

Moniza Alvi Angela Leighton
Robyn Bolam Jamie McKendrick
Alison Brackenbury Paul Muldoon
Fred D’Aguiar Sean O’Brien
Gerald Dawe Deryn Rees-Jones
Maura Dooley Peter Riley
Ian Duhig Carol Rumens
Elaine Feinstein Elizabeth Smither
John Fuller C. K. Stead
Philip Gross George Szirtes
John Hegley Jeffrey Wainwright

Cost: £10.00 + £1 post and packing           ISBN: 978-1-901677-78-2     120 pages

 

 

Launch Events

London: 4th October 2012, Foundling Museum, London 6.00-8.00pm

Larkin with Poetry

Larkin with PoetryPapers from two conferences - 'Philip Larkin' and 'Poetry in the Classroom, the Media and the World' - held by the English Association in June 1994 and 1995 respectively, but still relevant today.

Contents

Philip Larkin: Lyricism, Englishness and Postcoloniality, James Booth

Larkin with Women, Marion Lomax

Larkin's Reputation, Stephen Regan

Larkin in the Sixth Form, Andrew Swarbrick

Poetry in the Classroom: What Happens and What Should Happen, Sandy Brownjohn

Risk and Certainty in the Poetry Classroom, Jill Pirrie

Poems on the Underground, Judith Chernaik

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Centenary History - The English Association One Hundred Years On

Centenary History - The English Association One Hundred Years On

Professor William Baker, Professor Elaine Treharne and Helen Lucas

We are pleased to announce the publication of the Association’s Centenary History written by Professor William Baker (Northern Illinois University), Professor Elaine Treharne (University of Leicester) and Helen Lucas (English Association).

This centennial history is in essence an account of the English profession and of literary and language criticism over a one hundred year period from pre-Bradley, Dowden, Wilson Knight, F.R. Leavis and many others, to the post-structuralist, post-colonial world and beyond.

Created in 1906, the English Association founders included school teachers, educationalists and academics such as A.C. Bradley. Its aims were 'to promote the due recognition of English as an essential element in the national education and to help in maintaining the effectiveness of the language in both its spoken and its written use.' Forever protean, the Association has survived the ravages of two world wars, traumatic transformations in English studies and in the educational universe.

Drawing upon primary materials, this centenary history documents the English Association’s path during its first hundred years. An account of its beginnings is followed by the story of its adaptation to historical transformations, its publications and its personalities. The English Association: One Hundred Years On is a celebration of the Association’s achievements to date—and a wonderful starting point for its consideration for the future.

2006 Hardback, 136 pages 0-900232-25-0 £15.00

Presidential Addresses

From 1936 to 1987 the annual lectures given by the Presidents of the English Association were published in the Presidential Address series. Many of these pamphlets are still available for purchase from the English Association. Please check availability of items before ordering by emailing engassoc@le.ac.uk.

  • 1987 - Negative Capability and the Art of the Dramatist by Kenneth Muir
  • 1986 - Fragment Poetry by F.T. Prince
  • 1985 - A Shakespeare Mystery by Bernard Levin
  • 1984 - The Plain Style in English Prose by Sir William Rees-Mogg
  • 1983 - Traditional Stories and Their Meanings by Derek Brewer
  • 1982 - Ruskin and the Language of Description by Rachel Trickett
  • 1981 - Edmund Burke, Master of English by Dr Conor Cruise O'Brien
  • 1980 - Good English by John Sparrow Out of print
  • 1979 - The Fowlers: their Achievements in Lexicography and Grammar by Dr Robert W. Burchfield
  • 1978 - Verse v. Prose by Professor I.A. Richards
  • 1977 - Autobiography by Sir Victor Pritchett
  • 1976 - A Poet and his Publisher by John Murray
  • 1975 - Why English? by Professor George Steiner
  • 1974 - Sweet Uses of Adversity by General Sir John Hackett
  • 1973 - Walter de la Mare by Lord David Cecil
  • 1972 - Literacy by Jo Grimond, M.P.
  • 1971 - Chaucer's Idea of what is Noble by Nevill Coghill
  • 1970 - The Origin of Classics by Sir Basil Blackwell
  • 1969 - McLuhan and the Future of Literature by Rebecca West
  • 1968 - Communication by HRH The Duke of Edinburgh
  • 1967 - A Few Not Quite Forgotten Writers? by Edmund Blunden
  • 1966 - The Well of English Defiled by the Rt. Hon. Viscount Chandos Out of print
  • 1965 - A Look at Tradition by Richard Church Out of print
  • 1964 - Gems in Ermine by the Rt. Hon. Lord Denning Out of print
  • 1963 - Edwardian Retrospect by Sir Sydney Roberts
  • 1962 - Provincialism by Sir Kenneth Clark
  • 1961 - Approaches to Drama by Clemence Dane
  • 1960 - Oratory and Literature by the Most Rev. and Rt. Hon. A.M. Ramsey
  • 1959 - The Prophetic Element by Sir Maurice Bowra
  • 1958 - The Nature of Comedy and Shakespeare by E.M.W. Tillyard
  • 1957 - H.W. Fowler: The Man and his Teaching by Sir Ernest Gowers
  • 1956 - Literature and the Historian by C.V.Wedgwood
  • 1955 - The British Philosopher as Writer by the Very Rev. W.R. Matthews
  • 1954 - On Learning to Write by Charles Morgan
  • 1953 - The Magic of Words by Lord Birkett of Ulverston
  • 1952 - A New Elizabethan Age? by A.L. Rowse
  • 1951 - English Literature and its Readers by G.M. Trevelyan
  • 1950 - The English Laugh by Sir Alan Herbert
  • 1949 - Thought and Language by L.S. Amery
  • 1948 - Verse Translation by Sir Herbert Grierson
  • 1947 - The Novels of George Meredith and some notes on the English Novel by Sir Osbert Sitwell
  • 1946 - The Art of Writing History by Arthur Bryant
  • 1945 - Reading in War-Time by the Most Rev. Cyril F. Garbett
  • 1944 - American Scenes, Tudor to Georgian, in the English Literary Mirror by Frederick S. Boas
  • 1943 - The Poetry of Byron by Sir Harold Nicholson Out of print
  • 1942 - The Origin and History of the English Association by Nowell Smith (Chairman's Address)
  • 1941 - On Style by Viscount Samuel
  • 1940 - The Timelessness of Poetry by Sir Edmund Chambers
  • 1939 - The Genius of English Poetry by the Most Rev. William Temple
  • 1938 - Quality by Harley Granville-Barker
  • 1937 - Modernism in Literature by W.R. Inge
  • 1936 - The Early Wordsworth by Ernest de Selincourt

Pamphlets

Archive material - please contact us for availability and price.

  1. Types of English Curricula in Boys' Secondary Schools, Anon., 1907
  2. The Teaching of English in Secondary Schools, Anon., 1907
  3. A Short List of Books on English Literature from the Beginning to 1832, Anon., 1907
  4. Shelley's View of Poetry, A.C. Bradley, 1907
  5. English Literature in Secondary Schools, J.H. Fowler, 1908
  6. The Teaching of English in Girls' Secondary Schools, G. Clement, 1908
  7. The Teaching of Shakespeare in Schools, Anon., 1908
  8. Types of English Curricula in Girls' Secondary Schools, Anon., 1908
  9. Milton and Poetry, Oliver Elton, 1908
  10. Romance, W.P. Ker, March 1909
  11. What Still Remains to be Done for the Scottish Dialects, W. Grant, June 1909
  12. Summary of Examinations in English Affecting Schools, Anon., July 1909
  13. The Impersonal Aspect of Shakespeare's Art, Sidney Lee, July 1909
  14. Early Stages in the Teaching of English, Anon., 1910
  15. A Shakespeare Reference Library, Sidney Lee, June 1910
  16. The Bearing of English Studies upon the National Life, C.H. Herford, June 1910
  17. The Teaching of English Composition, J.H. Fowler, October 1910
  18. The Teaching of Literature in French and German Secondary Schools, Elizabeth Lee, June 1911
  19. John Bunyan, C.H. Firth, October 1911
  20. The Uses of Poetry, A.C. Bradley, February 1912
  21. English Literature in Schools, Revised Edition, Anon., 1948
  22. Some Characteristics of Scots Literature, J.C. Smtih, June 1912
  23. Short Bibliographies of Wordsworth, Coleridge, Byron, Shelley, Keats, Anon., 1912
  24. A Discourse on Modern Sibyls - Presidential Address 1912, Lady Ritchie, February 1913
  25. The Future of English Poetry, Edmund Gosse, June 1913
  26. The Teaching of English at the Universities, Stanley Leathes, October 1913
  27. Poetry and Contemporary Speech, Lascelles Abercrombie, February 1914
  28. The Poet and the Artist: and what they can do for us, G.C. Moore Smith, June 1914
  29. Bibliographies of Swinburne, Morris and Rossetti, C.E. Vaughan, December 1914
  30. Wordsworth's Patriotic Poems and Their Significance To-Day, F.S. Boas, December 1914
  31. The Use of Comic Episodes in Tragedy, W.H. Hadow, February 1915
  32. On Concentration and Suggestion in Poetry, Sir Sidney Colvin, June 1915
  33. School Libraries, J.H. Fowler, November 1915
  34. Poetry and the Child, J. Dover Wilson, February 1916
  35. The Eighteenth Century, W.P. Ker, 1916
  36. Poetry in the Light of War, C.F.E. Spurgeon, January 1917
  37. English Examination Papers for Pupils of School Age in England and Wales, Anon., May 1917
  38. War and English Poetry - Presidential Address, Marquess of Crewe, September 1917
  39. The Reaction against Tennyson, A.C. Bradley, December 1917
  40. The Study of Poetry, Ernest de Sélincourt, March 1918
  41. The Perspective of Biography, Sir Sidney Lee, September 1918
  42. Some Remarks on Translation and Translators, J.S. Phillimore, January 1919
  43. The Teaching of English in Schools, Edith J. Morley, May 1919
  44. Sir Henry Wotton - With Some General Reflections on Style in English Poetry, H.H. Asquith, August 1919
  45. The Greek Strain in English Literature, John Burnet, February 1920
  46. A Reference Library: English Language and Literature, Anon., May 1920
  47. The Normality of Shakespeare Illustrated in his Treatment of Love and Marriage, C.H. Herford, September 1920
  48. Don Quixote: Some War-Time Reflections on its Character and Influence, Herbert J.C. Grierson, January 1921
  49. A Note on the Teaching of 'English Language and Literature, R.B. McKerrow, June 1921
  50. The Light Treading of Our Ancestors - Presidential Address, Lorne Ernle, November 1921
  51. Sir Thomas Malory, E.K. Chambers, January 1922
  52. De Quincy as Literary Critic, J.H. Fowler, July 1922
  53. The Teaching of English in the Universities of England, R.W. Chambers, July 1922
  54. The Continuity of Literature - Presidential Address, Edmund Gosse, November 1922
  55. Some Thoughts About Verse, T.S. Omond, January 1923
  56. The Problem of Grammar, Anon., July 1923
  57. Wordsworth's 'Prelude' - Presidential Address, Viscount Grey of Falloden, December 1923
  58. Some Notes on Sir Walter Scott, John Buchan, March 1924
  59. On Expression - Presidential Address, John Galsworthy, July 1924
  60. Fanny Burney, Edith J. Morley, April 1925
  61. A Shakespeare Reference Library, Sir Sidney Lee and Sir Edmund Gosse, July 1925
  62. Ruskin (and others) on Byron, R.W. Chambers, November 1925
  63. Tradition and Reaction in Modern Poetry, Laurence Binyon, April 1926
  64. On the Realisation of Poetry to Verse, Sir Philip Hartog, July 1926
  65. A Question of Taste, John Bailey, November 1926
  66. A Reference Library: English Language and Literature, 2nd Edition, Anon., April 1927
  67. Lord Macaulay: the Pre-Eminent Victorian, S.C. Roberts, August 1927
  68. The Northanger Novels: A Footnote to Jane Austen, Michael Sadleir, November 1927
  69. Presidential Address, October 28, 1927, Stanley Baldwin, March 1928
  70. The Idea of an English Association - Presidential Address, Sir Henry Newbolt, July 1928
  71. The Novels of Thomas Hardy, J.H. Fowler, December 1928
  72. Shakespeare, Politics and Politicians, H.B. Charlton, April 1929
  73. Colloquial Language of the Commonwealth and Restoration< Margaret Williamson, July 1929
  74. Modern Oratory - Presidential Address, October 1929
  75. The Grammarian and his Material, J.M. Wattie, March 1930
  76. Largeness in Literature - Presidential Address, J.W. Mackail, July 1930
  77. Some Thoughts on the Mayor of Casterbridge, W.H. Gardner, November 1930
  78. Christina Rossetti, Dorothy Margaret Stuart, February 1931
  79. The Novel and the Fairy Tale, John Buchan, July 1931
  80. Charles Whibley: A Memoir, T.S. Eliot, July 1931
  81. Wililam Cowper, Lord David Cecil, April 1932
  82. Milton: L'Allegro and Il Penseroso, E.M.W. Tillyard, July 1932
  83. Robert Bridges and 'The Testament of Beauty' - Presidential Address, Oliver Elton, November 1932
  84. William Shenstone and his Friends, Marjorie Williams, April 1933
  85. Romance in History - Presidential Address, Lord Rennell of Rodd, August 1933
  86. The Old English Newspaper, Mrs Herbert Richardson, December 1933
  87. The Claim of our Mother Tongue, Edward Lyttleton, March 1934
  88. Shakespeare and Tolstoy, G. Wilson Knight, April 1934
  89. Sir Walter Scott: Some Centenary Reflections, Dorothy Margaret Stuart, August 1934
  90. The Case of Christopher Smart - Presidential Address, Laurence Binyon, December 1934
  91. Hamlet the Man, Elmer Edgar Stoll, March 1935
  92. Parody, Mrs Herbert Richardson, August 1935
  93. Lytton Strachey, Guy Boas, November 1935

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