Search results for 'Writing' (8)
Andrea is one of the Online Learning Tutors in the Carnegie School of Education, she specialises in working to enhance our Digital Pedagogy and the taught experience of our post-graduate Distance Learners.
Meri Nasilyan is an Online Learning Tutor for PGCE. Her research interests are in educational technologies, HE leadership/policy and ranking, learners’ identity online, academic writing. Professional tenure in sectors of higher education, research, e-marketing and education consultancy.
Dr Nasser Hussain
Nasser has a variety of writing and research interests, revolving around contemporary poetry and poetics, embodiment and performance, and creative writing. Current foci include autobiography, Conceptual writing, the ethics of appropriation, and a number of writing projects that seek to find and recuperate 'lost' fragments of language, including SKY WRI TEI NGS - a work that composes poetry from IATA airport codes.
Elizabeth Poynter is a Senior Lecturer in the Department of Languages. She has worked at Leeds Beckett since 1999.
Professor Ruth Robbins
Ruth Robbins is Professor of English Literature and head of the School of Cultural Studies and Humanities. Her work has focused on the late-nineteenth and early-twentieth century, on autobiography, on literary theory and on particular writers such as Oscar Wilde and Arnold Bennett.
Dr Michael Parrish Lee
Michael Parrish Lee is a Lecturer in English Literature and Creative Writing. He is the author of The Food Plot in the Nineteenth-Century British Novel. His essays have appeared in Novel: A Forum on Fiction, Nineteenth-Century Literature, Victorian Literature and Culture, Studies in the Novel, and Literary Theory: An Anthology (Wiley-Blackwell), and his fiction has appeared in Conjunctions.
Dr Rachel Connor
Rachel is a novelist, short story writer and a dramatist for stage, audio and site-specific performance. Her BBC radio drama was selected by Harvard University for a recent exhibition on the politics and culture of radio. Her writing explores often unfamiliar worlds and closed communities, especially those involving groups of women; dystopian futures and how the environment has a bearing on our humanity.
Patrizia Ronchetti Middleton has been a part time lecturer in Italian language at Leeds Beckett University since 2005 and Associate Fellow of the HEA. Patrizia organises Italian language workshops and is a translator and speaker at languages conferences, both in Italy and in UK.