Off-stage drama

May 1, 2008

The new-look Times Higher Education works for me. In particular, I have appreciated the addition of an index of subjects and institutions, which has highlighted an interesting variation in subject coverage. In the previous 15 editions, English has achieved 159 mentions. As I belong to one of the few remaining departments of English and drama, I sought eagerly the comparative figures for my own subject area. Over the same period, drama has featured ... well, it hasn't actually.

Neal Swettenham, Lecturer in drama, Loughborough University.

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