Welcome to the ASE Alumni Association; keeping the ASE community in touch with Bath and each other.

ASE Alumni Association

In common with many of the students and faculty who have attended ASE over the years, you may find yourself wishing the connections and friendships you forge during your stay in Bath last a lifetime. The Alumni Association is designed to help maintain and strengthen those relationships, as well as to help past participants cultivate a real - and useful - sense of community across semesters and years.

What ASE students say

Share with others your experiences of ASE by submitting a testimonial for our website or catalogue.

Read what our current students are saying about their time in Bath.

Networks Near You

Share contact information with the wider ASE community, stay in contact with classmates, and find alums in your local area or line of work.

The list of class and regional reps, and the means to contact them.

News and Photos

The latest issue of the ASE alumni newsletter, and the opportunity to download past editions.

Reminisce with the help of these wonderful pictures.

ASE Stuff: A collection of ASE-branded clothing and merchandise. See it here.

Volunteer

Volunteers can provide a vital role in helping to develop the reputation of the school even further.

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Give to ASE

Your donations make all the difference. Please consider giving to ASE so that we can provide the best service to our future students.

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Stay Connected

Share contact information with the wider ASE community, stay in contact with classmates, and find alums in your local area or line of work.

Share with others your experiences of ASE by submitting a testimonial for our website or catalogue.

The latest issue of the ASE alumni newsletter, and the opportunity to download past editions.

Reminisce with the help of these wonderful pictures.

Events and Reunions

Mon, 2020-06-08 13:26 AOSS - British Detective Fiction – Short Stories

Britain has a distinguished – and distinctive – tradition of crime writing. From its beginnings in Victorian magazines, the genre is today one of the best-selling and most intensely researched literary genres in the country. This course explores the development of this tradition from the nineteenth century, through ‘The Golden Age’ of the 1920s and 30s to the present day, mostly through close analysis of short stories. The focus will be upon both close readings of individual texts and broader cultural and historical interpretations of the genre. Topics to be considered include: the role of the country house and the city; gender and feminism in the detective novel; and the politics and ideology of representing crime. Arthur Conan Doyle, Agatha Christie, and Ian Rankin are just some of the best-selling, famous (and brilliant!) authors included on the syllabus.

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Alums we'd like to hear from

We haven't heard from these former students (below) and would love to get back in touch. If you can help us with this, please email us: alumni@asebath.org.
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