Exciting News: I’m joining the @CU_CreativeCDF team #CreativeEconomy

Research

From the Creative Cardiff Newsletter:

Creative Economy team expands to help build ‘Creative @ Cardiff’ network

For the next six months Dr Johann Gregory and Professor Steve Blandford will be working to develop our growing network of academics and our research plans.

The Creative Economy team has gained college funding to build the ‘Creative @ Cardiff’ network. Dr Johann Gregory from the School of English, Philosophy & Communication will join us part-time from December until June 2016. Professor Steve Blandford, Emeritus Professor at the University of South Wales, will also be advising us on this work.

They will be working to encourage and support more research on the creative economy and to build better links between academics and those working in the city’s creative economy. By developing groups around research themes we hope to encourage more collaboration across the college, and beyond. We also want to raise the profile of the wealth of research activity already taking place in this area.

If you have a suggested theme or area of work which you would like Johann and Steve to develop then please get in touch.

Find out more here: http://www.cardiff.ac.uk/creativecardiff

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Ben Jonson’s Foot Voyage Reviewed by @DrJ_Gregory

Editing, Research

The latest issue of Literature & History (2015; 24.2) contains my review of Ben Jonson’s Walk to Scotland: An Annotated Edition of the ‘Foot Voyage’ (Cambridge University Press, 2015):

The text of the foot voyage is a first-hand account of Ben Jonson’s 1618 walk from London to Edinburgh by an unknown companion. This edition also contains essays by the editors, James Loxley, Anna Groundwater and Julie Sanders.

Literature & History is now a SAGE publication:

http://lah.sagepub.com/content/current