Dr Kate North 

Summary

Position:  Programme Leader for English and Creative Writing 
School:  Cardiff School of Education 
E-mail:  knorth@cardiffmet.ac.uk 
Telephone:   029 2020 5389 
Room No:  B114

Research Groups:
• Pedagogy And Andragogy Research Group (PARG)
• Narratives, Identities and Place Research Group
• Narratives, Identities and Place Research Group

Memberships:
• Fellow of Higher Education Academy (FHEA)
• Academi Member
• National Association of Writers in Education (NAWE)

Research Interests:
• Writing Theory
• Urban Writing
• Hybrid & Cross Genre Writing
• Contemporary Poetry and Fiction
• Feminist Literature and Theory
• Postmodernism
• Posthumanism
• Cyborg Theory
• Literary Tourism
• Welsh Writing in English

Publications

Books/Chapters in Books:
North, K (2012) Bistro, Cinnamon Press
Cox, K., Fimi, D., Jordan, S. and North, K. (2011) 'Literary Walks: Exploring Cardiff Bay (UK) through E-Learning'. Proceedings of the Annual International Conference on Education & e-Learning. N.p.: Global Science and Technology Forum (GSTF) pp. 171-176. Available: http://dl.globalstf.org/
North, K (2011) This Line is Not for Turning, Cinnamon Press, pp. 117-120

North, K (2009 )Not a Muse:  World Poetry Anthology, Haven Books, pp.167,194,207
North, K (2008) Eva Shell, Cinnamon Press
North, K. (2003) The Pterodactyl's Wing: Welsh World Poetry , Parthian, pp.104-109
North, K. (2000) Reactions; New Poetry, Pen&inc pp. 141-4

Professional - Non-refereed:
North, K. Ed. (2011) The C Word: An anthology of writing from Cardiff, Cinnamon Press

Conference papers:
Jordan, S. and North, K. (2011) ‘Literary Tourism: Exploring Cardiff’.  National Association of Writers in Education Conference, Northampton, 11-13 November 2011.

Cox, K., Fimi, D., Jordan, S. and North, K. (2011) 'Literary Walks: Exploring Cardiff Bay (UK) through E-Learning'.  Education & e-Learning Conference Singapore. Global Science and Technology Forum (GSTF). [presented by K. Cox]

Cox, K., Fimi, D. and North, K. (2011) ‘Literary Tourism: Exploring Cardiff’. IV International Critical Tourism Studies Conference: Tourism Futures: Enhancing Creative & Critical Action, Welsh Centre for Tourism Research, Cardiff, 2-5 July 2011.

North, K. (2010) The Creative Writing Workshop; The Public and the Private Bangor University, Great Writing Conference June 2010.

 

Profile


Dr Kate North joined Cardiff Metropolitan university in 2010 as a  Lecturer in Creative Writing.  Previously she has taught at the University of Gloucestershire,  The University of York, York St John university and Cardiff University.  She teaches undergraduate and postgraduate courses across the fields of English and Creative Writing. 
Her novel, Eva Shell, was published in 2008 and her poetry collection, Bistro, will be published in 2012.  She welcomes research applications in the area of Creative Writing particularly in relation to Contemporary and Urban Writing, Cross Genre and Hybrid Writing, Writing Theory and Feminist Writing.

External Links


Reviews Editor - Iota Magazine 

Further Information

Current teaching interests:
Urban Writing
Hybrid & Cross Genre Writing
Contemporary Poetry and Fiction
Feminist Literature and Theory
Postmodernism
Posthumanism
Cyborg Theory
Literary Tourism
Welsh Writing in English