Win a Pre-Release Exclusive Copy of ‘Schadenfreude’ by our very own Tiffany Watt Smith

Win an exclusive copy of Schadenfreude: The Joy of Another’s Misfortune by our very own Dr Tiffany Watt Smith. Don’t know what schadenfreude is? Read on below the competition… *to enter you must be a student/alumnus of @QMULsed closes 17/10/18 at 17:00 GMT. There will be one winner chosen at random shortly after this date. […]

Applications for Leverhulme Trust’s Early Career Fellowship Scheme Open [Deadline 12 pm 18 January 2019]

Early career researchers seeking support for their application to the Leverhulme Trust’s Early Career Fellowship scheme are invited to get in contact with us from now [deadline 12 noon, 18 January 2019]. The School of English and Drama invites early career researchers seeking support for their application to the Leverhulme Trust’s Early Career Fellowship Scheme […]

Language Learning Scholarship Scheme – free language learning for undergraduate students – apply by 13 August 2018

Are you interested in learning a language outside of your programme of study next year? Under QMUL’s Language Learning Scholarship Scheme, scholarships are available for returning undergraduates (second year and above in 2018–19) to take a non-credit bearing language module alongside their main degree studies. Following a successful first round in June, we are delighted […]

‘Popular Postcolonialisms…’ book published with work by our very own Nadia Atia, Rachael Gilmour and Charlotta Salmi

We’re delighted to announce the publication of Popular Postcolonialisms: Discourses of Empire and Popular Culture (Routledge Research in Postcolonial Literatures), which is co-edited by our very own Nadia Atia and features essays by our staff: Rachael Gilmour and Charlotta Salmi. About the book Drawing together the insights of postcolonial scholarship and cultural studies, Popular Postcolonialisms […]

People’s Palace Projects July 2018 Update: The Verbatim Formula and ‘Stage 3’ Immersive theatre

Here’s a quick update on 2 current projects from People’s Palace Projects an Arts Council England National Portfolio Organisation based at Queen Mary University of London. The Verbatim Formula In the beginning of July, 14 young people from the borough of Wandsworth worked for a full weekend at Battersea Arts Centre together with Prof. Maggie Inchley (QMSED), Sylvan Baker and […]