By Fatima Khan
Third-year English Literature student Fatima Khan reflects on her experience as an Undergraduate Research Fellow as part of King’s Undergraduate Research Fellowship (KURF).
This year, I spent the summer working as an Undergraduate Research Fellow as part of King’s Undergraduate Research Fellowship Programme, also known as KURF.
Continue reading KURF: Reflections of a Summer as an Undergraduate Research Fellow at King’s
Each year, departing third-year students in the English department put together a guide for arriving first years. This year’s Somersetting magazine offers a student perspective on studying English at King’s and addresses some issues of concern for new students.
I present English Student Representatives, Giulia Cellerini and Madiha Qureshi, in conversation with Dr Josh Davies, Senior Lecturer in Medieval Literature. The student reps share advice that they would give to first-year students starting their time in King’s English Department.
Continue reading Somersetting Magazine: English Student Reps’ Advice to Freshers
The Guide for English Department Freshers 2022-23 is now available. It offers a student perspective on studying English at King’s and addresses some issues of concern for new students. Continue reading GUIDE FOR ENGLISH DEPARTMENT FRESHERS 2022-23
By Samantha Seto (editor)
In June 2022, the English Department’s PGR community circulated the brilliant news about an annual conference. The event was a hybrid presentation as it took place in-person and online. It welcomed research presentations from postgraduate students at UK and international universities. This year’s papers addressed the theme of “Terms and Conditions: Methods and Disciplines of Knowledge.”
Continue reading A Reflection on the KCL PGR 2022 Conference
The Department of English currently has hourly-paid teaching opportunities in Early Modern and Victorian literature for 2022/23.
Early Modern Teaching
Convene and teach a second-year module, 5AAEB066 Poetry of Revolution, including lectures and three 1-hour seminar groups (40 hours)
Convene and teach an MA option module, 7AAEM836 Contested Voices in Early Modern England (20 hours)
Convene and teach a second-year module, 5AAEB024 Victorians and the Making of the Modern World, including lectures and two 1-hour seminar groups (30 hours)
Teach on a second-year module, 5AAEB041 Wilde Times: Aesthetics and Politics in the 1890s: two 1-hour seminar groups weekly
Convene and teach a first-year module, 4AAEA015 Ghosts, Vampires, Monsters and Werewolves: Writing the Uncanny in the Nineteenth Century: lectures and two 1-hour seminar groups (30 hours)
Convene and teach a third-year module, 6AAEC119 Raw Victorians: Race, Environment and Empire in Nineteenth-Century Literature: one 2-hour seminar weekly (20 hours)
Please see attached for more information and to apply:
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Closing date: July 19th 2022, 5pm.
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