A Question of Identity - Process
datasetposted on 20.05.2021, 12:50 by Joanna Nadin
This item contains underpinning research in support of the REF2021 Impact Case Study within the English Language and Literature Unit of Assessment (27), entitled "Writing for Young People: developing empathy in young readers and shaping the discipline, industry and next generation of writers".
This item is part of a Collection exploring Jo Nadin's writing for young people. Nadin’s research explores questions of empathy and identity by allowing her readers to ‘try on a new life’ through their engagement with her characters. Using the technique of writing in the first person, Nadin asks her readers to go on a journey with her protagonists.
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This item documents Jo Nadin's writing process, containing:
Images of notebooks and research relating to:
Joe All Alone (2015)
Flying Fergus series (2016-2019)
The Worst Class in the World (2020)
Alan Turing, A Life Story (2020)
Jane Austen's Sense and Sensibility (Awesomely Austen) (2020)
All images credited to Jo Nadin, used with permission.