Includes manuscript and typescript drafts of poems, proof copies, notebook of manuscript notes, research notes, proof copies, correspondence some with the poets Brian Cox, Clare Pollard and Carol Ann Duffy, pamphlets, programmes, poetry books, photocopies, journals, newspaper cuttings and a few papers relating to Rowlands teaching at the University of Salford.
Antony Rowland Archive
- This material is held at
- ReferenceGB 206 MS 1906
- Dates of Creation1978 - 2012
- Name of Creator
- Language of MaterialEnglish
- Physical Description
Scope and Content
Administrative / Biographical History
Antony Rowland (b.1970) is Professor of Literary Studies in English at the University of Salford. He studied at Leeds, received a Gregory award in 2000 and completed his PhD on the poetry of Tony Harrison (published in 2001).
The collection is arranged into 6 sub-collections, as follows:
- MS 1906/1: Poetry collections (2001-2010)
- MS 1906/2: Poetry drafts (1978-2011)
- MS 1906/3: Teaching and related material (1999-2003)
- MS 1906/4: Correspondence (1993-2010)
- MS 1906/5: Personalia and miscellanea (1983-2012)
- MS 1906/6: Journals and poetry magazines (1994-2010)
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