Month: March 2020

The Harlem Renaissance

The Harlem Renaissance was a literary movement that developed in New York during the 1920s. It focuses on the development of art and literature as a form of positive representation for black African Americans. Read More

Stylistics Presentation

Attached is a group presentation focusing on the module of Stylistics, by exploring an extract of ‘Kafka on the Shore’ through the analysis of 2 different stylistic theories. Read More

Written plan of the curation of my own art exhibition/event

Introduction: As the Head Technician and Curator for Coventry University’s Faculty of Arts and Humanities, I take responsibility for the creative planning and safe delivery of 12 students artwork to showcase in a 1920’s Jazz Age themed exhibition at ‘The Old Truman Brewery’, located in the heart of Brick Lane in East London. The exhibition Read More

How employable do your skills make you?

‘Professional Development’ outlined the value of employability skills and their relevance to establishing a career. Employability skills are classified as “general job skills” which are “common skills needed to do most jobs” (Youth Central: 2017). Through different employability training within and prior to the module, I have developed and enhanced practical skills that can be Read More

Post-graduation and the routes you didn’t know about

The module of ‘Professional Development’ has provided me with the opportunity to understand the importance of preparing for post-graduation as well as broadening my understanding of the options available for an English graduate. In this post I will be exploring the options available as well as my potential career plans for after graduation. An English Read More