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City event to celebrate re-release of historic lesbian love story Chase of the Wild Goose

A public discussion with experts from the University will mark the republishing of Mary Gordon's landmark novel as part of LGBTQ+ History Month.

Covid-19 and Shame: new book reveals the impact of ‘shame’ and ‘shaming’ during the pandemic

New book released by University experts is the first academic analysis of how and why the emotion of shame came to be employed and experienced across numerous aspects of public health and political discourse during the pandemic.

Arts and humanities vital in national crises concludes COVID‐19 pandemic report

National research project unique in depth, breath and focus, delivers its report on the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic and the role that arts and humanities research had on social inclusion and national wellbeing.

Author and Creative Writing academic sees latest book, Peggy the Always Sorry Pigeon, being read by Louis Theroux on CBeebies

The latest book by Dr Wendy O'Shea Meddour will be read on Cbeebies Bedtime Stories by Louis Theroux.

The art of storytelling set to be discussed at public events in Exeter during COP27 conference

Examining how the concept of translation - both in a literal sense between languages and in an artistic one between media - impacts storytelling.

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