(MENAFN - The Conversation) PhD Candidate, Literary Heritage,
Heather Green is a PhD researcher and Hourly Paid Lecturer at Nottingham Trent University, as well as a museum professional in the field of literary heritage. Her professional work and academic research focuses on the interpretation of literary heritage in museums and heritage sites. Her research explores how literary heritage sites connect audiences to intangible literary heritage and how creative practice might be used heighten engagement with classic authors. She is currently the Community, Learning and Engagement Officer at Wirksworth Heritage Centre and is the author of several commissioned publications for museums, including Dog and Duck's Canalside Adventure (Canalside Heritage Centre) and Forster in 50 (Dorking Museum).
- 2016–present PhD Researcher, Nottingham Trent University
- 2018–present Community, Learning and Engagement Officer, Wirksworth Heritage Centre
- 2020–present Hourly Paid Lecturer, Nottingham Trent University
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