Post-Holocaust poetry professor joins University of Lincoln
A leading scholar on post-Holocaust poetry has joined the University of Lincoln.
Professor Antony Rowland will teach at the College of Arts as part of a major investment in humanities.
His research studies poetry written after the Holocaust, along with poets from World War Two.
He has moved to the University of Lincoln after working in Salford and will join as Professor of Contemporary English Literature.
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He is one of a number of new appointments in English and History, as part of a push for the University of Lincoln’s humanities department.
Professor Rowland said he is looking forward to the move.
“I am delighted to be joining a university that is actively investing in the arts and humanities.
“The Vice Chancellor and senior management team have also made some excellent strategic decisions in the last few years, such as the inauguration of the School of Engineering and the creation of the new Science Park.
“I am looking forward to building on the research activity within the School of Humanities and College of Arts, which will not be difficult in a place that was once one of the biggest centres of culture and civilisation in Western Europe.”
Mr Rowland was granted a British Academy Fellowship last year which recognises “academic distinction”.
He is also a Fellow of the English Association, a member of the AHRC Peer Review College and a former Executive Board Member for the European Periodicals Network.