Carole ANGIER

Biography

Gender Female
Titles N/A
Birthdate 1943-10-30
Education McGill Univ Montreal (BA), Univ of Oxford (MA), Univ of Cambridge (MLitt)
Books & Publications
Recreations walking, talking
Clubs N/A
Style Carole Angier, FRSL
Career lectr in literature and philosophy: Univ of Cambridge and Univ of Sussex 1975, external studies depts Univ of Oxford and Univ of Bristol 1975-80, Open Univ 1975-85; Univ of Warwick: fndr and teacher of the practice of biography 2003-04, Royal Literary Fund Advsy fell 2003-05 (fell 1999-2003), project fell (teaching creative writing to refugees and asylum seekers in Oxford) 2004; teacher of life writing Birkbeck Coll Univ of London 2005-; mentor Arts Cncl Writers' Pool 2003-05, mentor Gold Dust 2006-, Royal Literary Fund fell Oxford Brookes Univ 2010-; book reviewer The Spectator, New Statesman, The Independent, The Daily Telegraph, The Sunday Times and Literary Review 1975-; freelance journalist, articles in numerous publications incl: The Guardian, London Review of Books, London Magazine, Sight & Sound, Jewish Quarterly; wrote and presented Edgar Reitz for Omnibus (BBC2) 1991, wrote English subtitles for Edgar Reitz's Die Zweite Heimat 1991; Commonwealth Scholarship 1964-66, Canada Cncl Fellowship 1969-75; Writers Guild Non-Fiction Award 1991, Southern Arts Non-Fiction Award 1991, Winston Churchill Travelling Fellowship 1993, Arts Cncl Writers Award 1998; shortlisted Whitbread Biography Prize 1991; patron Nat Acad of Writing, vol worker and tstee Asylum Welcome Oxford (visitor to immigration detainees), message and tracing vol Red Cross, supporter Med Fndn for the Victims of Torture; memb: PEN, Writers in Oxford, Soc of Authors; FRSL 2002
Food and drink etiquette

Food and drink etiquette

Debrett's notebooks

Debrett's notebooks

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