The English Association

The objects of the English Association are to promote the knowledge and appreciation of the English language and its literature, and to foster good practice in its teaching and learning at all levels.

The association pursues these aims by creating opportunities of co-operation among all those interested in English; by furthering the recognition of English as essential in education; by discussing methods of English teaching; by holding lectures, conferences, and other meetings; by publishing journals, books, and leaflets; and by forming local branches.


Publications

The Year's Work in English Studies. An annual bibliography. Published by Blackwell.

The Year's Work in Critical and Cultural Theory. An annual bibliography. Published by Blackwell.

Essays and Studies. An annual volume of essays by various scholars assembled by the collector covering usually a wide range of subjects and authors from the medieval to the modern. Published by D. S. Brewer.

English. A journal of the Association, English is published three times a year by the Association.

The Use of English. A journal of the Association, The Use of English is published three times a year by the Association.

Newsletter. A Newsletter is published three times a year giving information about forthcoming publications, conferences, and other matters of interest.


Benefits of Membership

Institutional Membership

Full members receive copies of The Year's Work in English Studies, Essays and Studies, English (3 issues) and three Newsletters.

Ordinary Membership covers English (3 issues) and three Newsletters.

Schools Membership includes copies of each issue of English and The Use of English, one copy of Essays and Studies, three Newsletters, and preferential booking and rates for various conferences held by the Association.

Individual Membership

Individuals take out Basic Membership, which entitles them to buy all regular publications of the English Association at a discounted price, and attend Association gatherings.

For further details write to The Secretary, The English Association, The University of Leicester, University Road, Leicester, LE1 7RH.

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