English at Suffolk

No better place to study literature

There is no better place to study English literature than Suffolk. Our coastal villages and towns attract writers and artists from all over the world, while the county features prominently in the imagination and landscapes of classic novels.

This sense of a literary and artistic community comes to life at the University. We focus on giving you the support and encouragement you need to discover your passions and interests, share your love of literature, and develop academic rigour and creative excellence.

We encourage you to respond to literature both critically and artistically, whichever is your preference. If you are a language enthusiast, you can explore linguistics, phonology and semantics; if your main interest is creative writing, we offer practice-based modules in the short story, scriptwriting, poetry, and many more.

BA (Hons) English Literature with Language

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BA (Hons) English Literature with Creative Writing

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BA (Hons) Screenwriting

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Dr Antonella Castelvedere is Course Leader for the BA (Hons) English Literature with Language and the BA (Hons) English Literature with Creative Writing. She holds a BA in Modern Languages and Literatures from the University of Milan and a PhD in Literature from the University of ...

Dr Jenny Amos holds a PhD in Linguistics from the University of Essex, where she also completed both her BA Hons English Language and Linguistics, and MA Hons Sociolinguistics. Specialising in sociolinguistics and phonology, her research focuses on the modelling of language variati...

Dr Hodgkinson is a novelist, journalist and lecturer in creative writing. She was the winner of the Premio Speciale Cariparma Award for European Literature 2012. Prix Agora de St Foy, 2012 and the Silver Feather Prix des Lecteurs 2013. In 2013 she won the EADT Readers Choice Award a...

Dr Lindsey Scott is a lecturer specialising in the literary field of adaptation studies. She holds a PhD in the area of Shakespeare on screen and received a Gladstone Fellowship to complete her doctorate with the University of Liverpool. She is a Fellow of the Higher Education Acad...

Blake Morrison is Visiting Professor of Literature at the University of Suffolk. He first worked for the Times Literary Supplement and was later literary editor for The Observer and The Independent on Sunday. He now writes regularly for the Guardian. Since 2003 he has been Professo...

Dr Jonathan Kasstan is Visiting Senior Fellow in Linguistics at the University of Suffolk and a Teaching Fellow in Sociolinguistics at Queen Mary University of London. He holds an M.Phil from the University of Cambridge and a PhD from Kent University. His M.Phil thesis examined pho...