Towards the end of Sally Rooney’s acclaimed novel Normal People, the two main characters, Connell and Marianne, talk sleepily one…
With the advent of COVID-19, the fear of terrorism – the world’s overriding security concern since 9/11 – has faded into the background.
Gerard Lee McKeever’s new book Dialectics of Improvement: Scottish Romanticism, 1786-1831 is published this month in the ‘Edinburgh Critical Studies in Romanticism’ series. To mark the occasion, Dr McKeever spoke to series co-editor Professor Penny Fielding.
Andrew Ferguson discusses Common Good Law and the curious case of Princes Street Gardens
Making Renaissance Literature Matter Now: Wendy Beth Hyman and Hillary Eklund discuss five practical strategies for pursuing justice in the classroom
“One Day More”: Les Misérables and the Hong Kong Protests
Tom Ue discusses the relation between Les Misérables and the Hong Kong Protests