UoA 29. English Language and Literature – 4* impact case studies

Red Dust Road: New forms of memoir and the enrichment and extension of public discourse on family, identity, belonging and adoption (Newcastle University)

Migration, Readership and the Public Perception of Diaspora and Identity (Newcastle University)

Poetry: Performance, Engagement and the Enrichment of Cultural Life (Newcastle University)

Promoting the preservation, presentation and public understanding of children’s literature with Seven Stories, the National Centre for Children’s Books (Newcastle University)

The Library of Wales: influencing Government Policy to benefit the Creative Industries, Cultural Tourism, Education and General Readers (Swansea University)

Father knows Lloyd George. Now so do thousands of others: expanding theatre audiences and enriching history in post-devolution Wales (Swansea University)

Mapping Medieval Chester: driving heritage policy, expanding heritage audiences and creating new cultural and economic opportunities (Swansea University)

Enhancing the international higher education experience through the clearer specification of Academic English proficiency and through improved assessment products and practice (University of Bedfordshire)

Redefining English proficiency levels for second language education through applying our ground-breaking socio-cognitive framework for constructing and validating language tests (University of Bedfordshire)

Cultural and economic impact on Hampton Court Palace from research-based visitor experience (Kingston University)

Impact on the Leveson Inquiry and press regulation in the UK (Kingston University)

The Military Writing Network: Creative Writing, Life Writing and Trauma (Kingston University)

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