Anna Robinson is an experienced lecturer in history and creative writing, and particularly in the field of widening access programmes. She has taught for over 25 years in Further and Higher Education and in prisons. At UEL, she has taught New Beginnings, Extended and Foundation Humanities programmes and Creative and Professional Writing.
Anna Robinson has a M.A. in Public History from Ruskin College, Oxford, and her research interests are the relationship between history and poetry, working class poetics, family and public history, and prisoners’ creative writing.
She is undertaking a Creative Writing PhD entitled Webber Street: a collection of poems on the history of my flat.
The title of my PhD is Webber Street: a collection of poems on the history of my flat.
My other research interests are: working class history - especially women's, working class poetics, dialect poetry, Match Girls strike 1888, London.
The Night Library
Robinson, A, Parker, M.. 2015. Oundle: Stonewood Press.
Into the Woods
Robinson, A. 2014.
The Finders of London
Robinson, A. 2010. London: Enitharmon Press.
Oxford Poets, 2007
eds Constantine and O'Donoghue. 2007. Manchester: Carcanet. pp 87-93.
Songs from the Flats,
Robinson, A. 2006. London: Hearing Eye.
CC3035 Academic Development
CC3037 London and Literature
CC3039 London and History
Pilot course - Not Shut Up and UEL Creative Writing Course for Prisoners
Extended Degree Programme