- New book - Elsa Högberg and Amy Bromley (eds): Sentencing Orlando Virginia Woolf and the Morphology of the Modernist Sentence 2018-02-26
- New book - Robert Appelbaum: The Aesthetics of Violence: Art, Fiction, Drama and Film 2018-01-12
- New Doctoral Thesis: Ryan Palmer, Enchanting Irruptions: Wonder, Noir, and the Environmental Imaginary 2017-12-22
- “The Imperial Short Story.” Special issue of Nordic Journal of English Studies 16/2 (2017) 2017-10-23
- New Doctoral Thesis: Göran Rönnerdal. Temporal Subordinators and Clauses in Early Modern English: Stability and Change 2017-08-23
African Street Literatures and the Future of Literary Form
Our Courses and Subjects
The Department is located at The English Park Campus - Centre for the Humanities. Here students, teachers and researchers from a number of different disciplines create a dynamic study environment. Every term more than 700 students enroll in our courses.
We offer courses in the following subjects: English, American Studies and Celtic Studies. You may also choose to study our second-cycle programme in English.
Swedish Institute for North American Studies (SINAS)
Unit for Professional English
Conrad First is an open-access archive of the 200+ serials which first published the work of Joseph Conrad. Created by Stephen Donovan, it is sponsored by the Department of English, Uppsala University.
Now you can read Conrad the way his first audiences did, in the pages of newspapers and magazines alongside the latest news, feature articles, editorials, short stories, photographs, illustrations, competitions, weather forecasts, sporting results, financial reports, cartoons, and advertisements.
Writing in English
Writing in English is an online resource for students writing academic texts in English and offers concrete help and advice on, for example, grammar, sentence structure and formal aspects of academic writing. Writing in English was created by the Department of English as a resource for students at Uppsala university, but is available to anyone who wants to develop their academic writing skills