Amber Regis :: "Looking Glasses At Odd Corners"

Life-writing, literature, popular culture.

Teaching

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I have taught in Higher Education since 2004 and have a broad range of experience teaching literature from the Renaissance to the present day. I’ve also taught across disciplines, including history, film and media studies. I possess two teaching qualifications (PGCEs in ‘Teaching and Learning in HE’ and ‘Teaching and Learning with Technology’) and I’m a Fellow of the Higher Education Academy.

At the University of Sheffield I teach at all levels, from first year undergraduate to PhD, on the following modules…

Undergraduate:

LIT107 Studying Prose

LIT108 Studying Poetry

LIT112 Critical Contexts  [module convenor]

LIT113 Foundations in Literary Study: Biblical and Classical Sources in English

LIT266 Secrets and Lies: Victorian Life-Writing [module convenor]

LIT3101 Romantic and Victorian Prose

Postgraduate (MA):

EGH623 and EGH602 MA Work Placement [module convenor]

LIT635 Confession [module convenor]

LIT6011 Fiction and Reality

LIT6390 Interdisciplinary Approaches to Nineteenth-Century Studies

LIT6039 Poetry and History

Postgraduate (PhD):

EGH605 Study of Texts

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