The English Association today inaugurates the Fellowship of the English Association, honouring service to English in education.Founding fellows: Eric Anderson, Lincoln College, Oxford; Malcom Andrew, Queen's University, Belfast; Rosemary Ashton, University College London; John Barnard, University of Leeds;
Michael Baron, Birkbeck College; Geoff Barton, Thurston Upper School, Suffolk; John Batchelor, University of Newcastle; Jonathan Bate, University of Liverpool; Michael Bell, University of Warwick; David Bradshaw, Worcester College, Oxford; Laurel Brake, Birkbeck; Julia Briggs, De Montfort University; Peter Brooker, University College, Northampton; J. B. Bullen, University of Reading; Archie Burnett, Oxford Brookes University; Graham Caie, University of Glasgow; Robert Clark, University of East Anglia; Tom Corns, University of Wales, Bangor; Robert Crawford, University of St Andrews; Walford Davies, University of Wales, Aberystwyth; Paul Dean, The Dragon School, Oxford;
Katherine Duncan-Jones, Somerville College, Oxford; Maud Ellman, King's College, Cambridge; Kelvin Everest, Liverpool; Regenia Gagnier, University of Exeter; Gerald Gibbs, Repton; Warwick Gould, Royal Holloway; John Haffenden, University of Sheffield; Gerald Hammond, University of Manchester, Sandra Harris, Nottingham Trent University; Thomas Healy, Birkbeck; David Hewitt, University of Aberdeen; Richard M. Hogg, University of Manchester; David Holbrook, University of Cambridge; David Huband, Saffron Walden; Danny Karlin, UCL; Neil Keeble, University of Stirling; John Kerrigan, St John's College, Cambridge; Stephen Knight, University of Wales, Cardiff; Daniel Lamont, University of Central Lancashire; Hermione Lee, New College, Oxford; John Lyon, University of Bristol; Frances Mannsaker, University of Glamorgan; William McCormack, Goldsmiths College; Kathleen McLuskie, University of Southampton; Alastair Minnis, University of York; A. David Moody, York; Andrew Motion, UEA;
Judie Newman, Newcastle; Bernard O'Donoghue, Wadham College, Oxford; Michael O'Neill, University of Durham; Leonee Ormond, King's College, London; John Pilling, Reading; Adrian Poole, Trinity College, Cambridge; Ian Robinson, Hertfordshire; Kiernan Ryan, Royal Holloway; Rick Rylance, Anglia Polytechnic University; Michael Schmidt, Manchester Metropolitan University; Jonathan Smith, Tonbridge School; Stan Smith, Nottingham Trent; Kathryn Southworth, University of Wolverhampton; Jenny Stevens, The Godolphin and Latymer School; Thorlac Turville-Petre, Nottingham; Norman Vance, University of Sussex; Jeffrey Wainwright, Manchester Met; Patricia Waugh, University of Durham; Edwin Webb, University of Greenwich; Robert Welch, University of Ulster; Gina Wisker, APU; Gregory Woods, Nottingham Trent; Robert Young, Wadham College, Oxford.
Honorary fellows: John Heath-Stubbs, poet; Jill Pirrie, Halesworth Middle School; and John Tough, former headteacher at St Audries School.