Ms Hannah Vincent

Post:Associate Tutor (English)
Other posts:Research student (English)
 Student Representative (Centre for Life History and Life Writing Research)
Location:none
Email:H.Vincent@sussex.ac.uk
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Biography

After studying Drama & English at UEA I worked as a playwright. My stage plays were produced by, among others, The Royal Court and the Royal National Theatre Studio. I was a television script editor for BBC Drama Serials 1996-2001. My first novel was published in August 2014. My first radio play won the 2015 BBC Audio Award for 'Best Adaptation'.

 

Role

doctoral researcher

Qualifications

Current: PhD Creative & Critical Writing, University of Sussex

2010-2012: MA Creative & Critical Writing (Distinction) Kingston University

1984-1987: BA Hons Drama & English (1st Class) University of East Anglia

Activities

Distance in Nearness - Working with Luce Irigaray seminar, Nottingham University (June 2015). 

The Impossibility of Autobiography - International Conference on Autobiography, Sodertorn University, Stockholm (October 2014).

The Translated Self - Found in Translation CHASE Postgraduate conference, ICA, London (May 2014).

The Hysterical City: Julie Myerson's Ruined London - Literary London conference Institute of English Studies, London (2013).

When is a play not a play? (practice-based paper) - Practice, Process and Paradox: Creativity and the Academy, Roehampton University (2013).

Are Women Still Moving Dangerously? Literary London conference, Institute of English Studies, London (2012).

I am a member of the National Association of Writers in Education.