Research Output per year
The English Research Group consists of researchers and practitioners working in a range of literary, cultural and creative fields.
Areas of specialism include:
- late Victorian, 20th century and 21st century literature and culture
- gender and sexuality studies
- postcolonial studies
- film and television drama
- creative writing.
The aim and vision of our research is to enable and support the construction of reliable, safe, and secure software and systems. For this, we apply mathematically-founded techniques to the specification, modelling, verification and validation of software and systems. We are also keen to work closely with industrial partners to support the design and implementation of intelligent and reliable software and systems via knowledge transfer partnerships or consultancy. Our research also has strong connection and involvement with Teesside University Grand Challenge themes such as Resilient and Secure Societies, Digital and Creative Economy.
Researchers in English work in partnership with a range of regional, national and international organisations and charities in the arts, education, public health and policy sectors to support and enrich well-being, social inclusion and cultural diversity.
Assessing changes to the welfare state: An investigation into the effects of regional media on local services and recipients of care in 1980s North East EnglandLamb, B., 30 Jan 2019, (Accepted/In press) Discourses of care: Care in media, medicine and society. Holdsworth, A., Lury, K. & Tweed, H. (eds.). Bloomsbury
Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceeding › Chapter (peer-reviewed) › Research › peer-review
Research output: Other contribution › Research
Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceeding › Chapter › Research