Student News

This category covers a variety of posts that all stem from study, life as a student, work experience and achievements; it can cover a broad range of subjects.

Students from the MA course undertake internships with a variety of publishers, experiencing a wide variety of job roles, as well as the working life of a publisher. You can read about some of these here.

Dissertation Extract: ‘Reading Identity in Young Adult Fiction’

Whilst studying at Anglia Ruskin, Laurida Harrington-Poireau wrote her dissertation, entitled ‘Reading Identity: feminine representation and societal power in young adult fiction publishing (2006-2013)‘ which focused on Young Adult fiction and the importance of character representation in literature. ‘Literacy is never disconnected from identity’ – (Williams, 2003) When I was a member of the Anglia Ruskin




What Is It Like Interning in Data Management?

Karyn Bailey, a full-time 2013/14 student, recently undertook a data management internship at Cambridge University Press. Here she recounts her experience. One of the recurring themes I’ve noticed during my MA studies at Anglia Ruskin is the increasing need for publishers to capture and analyse data. With this in mind, I applied for an internship