Ahead of the launch of Roehampton’s new International Journal of James Bond Studies, renowned 007 expert John Cork gave students an insight into his work as a documentary maker behind the scenes on the James Bond film sets.
Whilst known for her Just William stories, it is Richmal Crompton's other, less well known novels focusing on woman and experiences of disability that Honorary Research Fellow Dr Jane McVeigh will give a public lecture about at the annual Just William Meeting on April 8th at the University of Roehampton.
Leading female characters were commonplace in plays before Shakespeare, reveals academic Dr Andy Kesson on PRI's The World Radio on Friday 24th February.
Darren Shan, author of the Cirque du Freak series and alumnus of Roehampton shares how his time at university inspired his writing, and his advice on writing as a career.
Stephen Jarvis, author of the critically acclaimed Death and Mr Pickwick is to become an Honorary Research Fellow in the department of English and Creative Writing.
Discussing her poetry and work in mental health hospitals, Professor Fiona Sampson MBE will be featured on this Friday’s Woman’s Hour on BBC Radio 4.
James Davies, a minimalist poet and PhD research student in the Department of English and Creative Writing, is set to have his book-length poem stack and accompanying thesis published by one of the UK's most prestigious poetry publishers, Carcanet Press.
Congratulations to Professor Fiona Sampson, Professor of Poetry at the University of Roehampton, who has been appointed a Member of the British Empire in the New Year's Honours list for her services to literature and the literary community.
Professor Nicki Humble, Professor of English Literature, will appear on BBC Radio 4’s Food Programme at 12:30pm on Sunday 18th December, and again on Monday 19th December at 3:30pm.
Fiona Sampson, Professor of Poetry at the University of Roehampton, will be featured on BBC Radio 4's programme The Echo Chamber on Sunday 4th December at 4:30pm.
PhD student Kim Gilchrist's new play 'Forgiving Shakespeare' celebrates the 400th anniversary of the death of both William Shakespeare and Miguel de Cervantes.
Proving there is much more to Tudor and Elizabethan drama than Shakespeare is the focus of an extensive study launched by a Roehampton academic.