Working in writing and publishing

This is a Humanities for Hire event.

Alumni who have gone onto have successful careers in writing and being published speak to a student audience about their career paths, and how they got where they are today. Panellists will include:

Emily Cook - writer and broadcast journalist, and graduated in English Language & Linguistics in 2015. 

Simon Elliott - author, historian, archaeologist and Honorary Research Fellow at the University of Kent where he studied for his PhD in Classical & Archaeological Studies on the subject of the Roman military in Britain.

Amanda Thomas - author, linguist and historian with a particular interest in social and medical history. She is a Kent graduate, graduating with a degree in Italian.

Hamza Jahanzeb. - BA (Hons) English and American Literature graduate (Class of 2016), and has worked at various global publishing houses including: Penguin Random House UK, Pan Macmillan and Hachette UK. He was selected as an inaugural member of the Youth Select Committee in the U.K. Parliament and now works as a Consultant Digital Strategist. Find out more on: www.hamzajahanzeb.co.uk

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Location

Lecture theatre 1, Cornwallis Central, University of Kent, Canterbury, Kent, CT2 7NF
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Contact

Lyle Young
L.Young@kent.ac.uk