English and Comparative Literary Studies
Ranked in the top 10 UK departments for English by the Guardian University Guide (2014), the Times Good University Guide (2013) and the Complete University Guide (2014).
- Writing Programme
Multicultural Shakespeare: 1930-2010 is a major AHRC-funded research project which aims to map the history of non-white actors' and directors' growing role in British cultural life over several generations by examining their involvement in the performance and reinterpretation of Shakespeare's plays.
The Warwick Writing Programme, founded in 1996, is the largest and most comprehensive of its kind in Europe. It is an internationally-acclaimed programme drawing students and staff from across the globe. Visit the Warwick Writing Programme website to find out more.
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We launched our Transformations Summer School in July 2013 – a free, two-day non-residential drama and storytelling event developed by the department's Widening Participation Team. The summer school supports current year 9 and 10 school pupils who are considering a future in Higher Education and who have a keen interest in English literature, theatre studies and the creative arts.