Literature / linguistic

Linguistics - Oct 8
You can book study space, collect and return print books and access online resources this term through Library Services. UCL libraries are open, and we will adopt Government guidance as we provide you with access to books, study spaces and other in-library facilities.
Linguistics - Aug 11

Discover some of the best strategies for successful revision in this article by English Literature student Evie Robinson, who shares her top tips for acing late summer exam season. Exam seasons can be super stressful, and it's very easy to feel overwhelmed - but there are plenty of things you can do to make this mountain far easier to climb.

Linguistics - May 15

Discover some of the best strategies for successful revision in this article by English Literature student Evie Robinson, who shares her top tips for acing exam season here. It's that time of year again.

Linguistics - Feb 21

This week we meet third-year Economics and Geography student Megan, who volunteers as a drama school assistant with the Anna Fiorentini Film & Theatre School. Megan chats to us about making friends through volunteering and where to grab tiramisu in-between lectures.

Linguistics - May 18

The mystery behind a painting by a renowned French post-impressionist may have been revealed by new research that has unearthed secrets from his past. Research by our School of Modern Languages and Cultures has given us a new understanding of Pierre Bonnard's relationship with his wife and model Marthe Bonnard, and explains some of the negative stories about her after her death.

Linguistics - Politics - Apr 8
Linguistics - Politics

Andrew Marvell's poetry is best known for discouraging the crime of coyness in courtship, but new research led by the University of Bristol has uncovered compelling evidence that the famous poet, celebrated in the eighteenth century as a politician and satirist, had his own illicit liaisons as a spy for the Dutch.

Computer Science - Linguistics - Feb 3

Geoffrey Chaucer's Canterbury Tales is the first major literary work, in any language, to be developed into a web and mobile phone app with original scholarship, due to a new project by academics at UCL, the University of Saskatchewan (USask), and The National Library of Wales.


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