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Rosie Miles, University of Wolverhampton
Social Media, Play and the Gift of Teaching
University of Greenwich, Stockwell St S11_0004
9th March 2017, 5-6pm
Rosie Miles is Reader in English Literature and Pedagogy at the University of Wolverhampton, and also a poet. Rosie has published books on Victorian poetry and William Morris, and her debut poetry pamphlet is “CUTS” (HappenStance, 2015). Rosie is a National Teaching Fellow (2011) and is currently the holder of Wolverhampton Students’ Union’s ‘Cutting Edge Teaching Style’ Award. Rosie believes strongly in academic identity being created out of research and teaching together, and she has an increasing interest in academic identities and affect in HE. An essay entitled ‘The Shame of Teaching (English)’ is forthcoming. Under the auspices of the now-defunct HEA English Subject Centre Rosie visited numerous English Departments several years ago showcasing the innovative online work she did with her Victorian Literature students. Her work teaching with social media (Twitter) has partly developed out of this.
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