Be Inspired!

English Faculty building

English Faculty

On the afternoon of December 14th the academic supporters of the Great Writers Inspire project will gather in the Faculty of English to take part in the first of three planned events for the project. At the Be Inspired! event, participants will discuss the practice of using digital resources in teaching and public engagement and how digital projects can improve impact. The programme also includes a series of inspirational short talks by subject experts about a great writer of their choice. The talks will be recorded and made available as part of the Great Writers Inspire project.

Topic Speaker
1pm – Introduction Peter Robinson, OUCS
Panel session: The practice of using digital resources in teaching and public engagement
Chair: Emma Smith,
Eric Meyer, Oxford Internet Institute
Giles Bergel, Faculty of English, Oxford University
Abigail Williams, Faculty of English, Oxford University
Kate Lindsay, OUCS
Short break before second session at 2pm
Beowulf Francis Leneghan, Faculty of English, Oxford University
Shakespeare Tiffany Stern, Faculty of English, Oxford University
Swift Abigail Williams, Faculty of English, Oxford University
18C working class poetry Jennifer Batt, Faculty of English, Oxford University
Blake David Fallon, Faculty of English, Oxford University
George Eliot Catherine Brown, Faculty of English, Oxford University
Ezra Pound
Rebecca Beasley, Faculty of English, Oxford University
Katherine Mansfield Faith Binckes, Faculty of English, Oxford University
Olive Schreiner Elleke Boehmer, Faculty of English, Oxford University
JM Coetzee Peter McDonald, Faculty of English, Oxford University
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