- New book - Communicating Linguistics: Language, Community and Public Engagement 2023-01-27
- Fulbright Professor 2022/23 2022-11-02
- New PhD Thesis: Sally Anderson Boström - “Closed Place, Open Word”: Reading the Postplantation in Earl Lovelace, Milton Murayama, and Ntozake Shange 2022-05-18
- New PhD Thesis: Julie Blomberg Gudmundsson - Time of Turmoil: Reading and Media Combination in the American Young Adult Novels Cathy’s Book, Skeleton Creek, and Endgame 2022-01-14
- New book - Erik Smitterberg: Syntactic Change in Late Modern English Studies on Colloquialization and Densification 2021-12-10
Autofiction: Between Life and Art
Autofiction and the Question of the “Real”
Talking American Literature at Uppsala: "Paradise Is Jagged": A Poetry Reading and Conversation.
SINAS Research Seminar: "'Should We Do It the Swedish Way?': American Coverage of Sweden, Sex, and the AIDS Pandemic"
Talking American Literature at Uppsala: “The facts in the case of G. Glover (†1688): Cotton Mather, Alan Titley’s An Bhean Feasa, and the Myth of Irish Slavery”
SINAS Research Seminar: “Forging a Cultural Economy: Swedish-American Publishing Networks and Organizations in the Mid-West, 1860-1880”
Talking American Literature at Uppsala: "Dangerous Giving in Nineteenth-Century American Literature"
SINAS Research Seminar: “National Brotherhood Week and its Opponents: The Contributions of Tolerance Talk to Political Whiteness and Ethnic Revival”
Autofiction: between life and art
A talk on the history, breadth and allure of the autofictional.
Our Courses and Subjects
The department offers courses in English, American Studies and Celtic Studies. Three terms of English (A1-C1) may constitute a major in a Bachelor's Degree. We also offer a wide array of second-cycle courses.
We offer a BA programme in Global English Studies and an MA programme in English. The dapartment also participates in the university's teacher training programmes.
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.