Professor Emeritus – Paul Hyland – Bath Spa University

 Emeritus Professor 

Personal statement

Paul Hyland is a specialist in Eighteenth Century Studies and Teaching and Learning in Higher Education.

He has led many national and international research and development projects designed to enhance teaching and learning in universities, and has published works on eighteenth-century literature, history and philosophy.

Academic qualifications

  • BA, PhD, PGCE.

Other external roles

  • Consultant for educational development in universities.

Research activity

  • The Doctor's World: the life and times of Claver Morris, 1659-1727 (London: Routledge, 2022).

Research and academic outputs

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The Enlightenment: a sourcebook and reader
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Gomez, O, Greensides, F and Hyland, P, eds. (2003) The Enlightenment: a sourcebook and reader. Routledge, London. ISBN 9780415204484


The practice of university history teaching
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Hyland, P and Booth, A, eds. (2000) The practice of university history teaching. Manchester University Press, Manchester. ISBN 9780719054921


Reviewing Ireland: essays and interviews from Irish Studies Review
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Hyland, P, Briggs, S and Sammells, N (1998) Reviewing Ireland: essays and interviews from Irish Studies Review. Sulis, Bath. ISBN 9780952685661


Writing and Africa
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Mpalive-Hangson, M and Hyland, P (1997) Writing and Africa. Longman, London : New York. ISBN 9780582214187


History in higher education: new directions in teaching and learning
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Booth, A and Hyland, P, eds. (1995) History in higher education: new directions in teaching and learning. John Wiley, Oxford. ISBN 978-0631191360


The London spy [by Ned Ward]
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Hyland, P and Ward, N, eds. (1993) The London spy [by Ned Ward]. Studies in literature, 1500-1800, 5 . Colleagues Press, East Lansing, Michigan. ISBN 9780937191477


Writing and censorship in Britain
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Hyland, P and Sammells, N (1992) Writing and censorship in Britain. Routledge, London. ISBN 9780415073325


Irish writing: exile and subversion
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Hyland, P and Sammells, N (1991) Irish writing: exile and subversion. Palgrave Macmillan, London. ISBN 9780333525425


Embracing failure: a workshop on the failure in SOTL and learning from mistakes
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Hyland, P, Brawley, S, Pace, D, Richardson, S, Timmins, G and Mills Kelly, T (2011) 'Embracing failure: a workshop on the failure in SOTL and learning from mistakes.' In: Rust, C, ed. Global theories and local practices : institutional, disciplinary and cultural variations. Improving student learning (18). Oxford Centre for Staff and Learning Development, Oxford, UK. ISBN 9781873576809


What was the Enlightenment?
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Hyland, P (2014) What was the Enlightenment? In: Bath Royal Literary and Scientific Institution (BRLSI) Christmas Lecture, 12 December 2014, Bath Royal Literary and Scientific Institution (BRLSI), Bath, UK.


Transforming the experience of students through assessment
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Hyland, P (2014) Transforming the experience of students through assessment. In: Centre for Transformative Practice in Learning and Teaching Annual Conference: Assessment for Learning: transforming student learning through assessment and feedback, 24 March 2014, Birkbeck, University of London.


Improving student assessment and feedback in higher education
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Hyland, P (2013) Improving student assessment and feedback in higher education. In: Staff Capacity Building: Academic Development and Training Programme, 29 April - 3 May 2013, Centre International D’etudes Pédagogiquies, Sèvres, Paris.


Improving assessment and feedback
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Hyland, P and Brawley, S (2011) Improving assessment and feedback. In: After Standards: The Future of History, 28 - 29 April 2011, University of New South Wales, Sydney.


Setting an agenda for the scholarship of teaching and learning history
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Hyland, P, Pace, D, Brawley, S, Booth, A, Erekson, K, T. Mills, K, Timmins, G and Richardson, S (2009) Setting an agenda for the scholarship of teaching and learning history. In: ISSOLTL 09: Solid Foundations, Emerging Knowledge, Shared Futures, 22 - 25 October 2009, Indiana University, Bloomington.


Development through data: students' expectations and teachers' perceptions
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Hyland, P and Walker, A (2008) Development through data: students' expectations and teachers' perceptions. In: SEDA Spring Conference 2008: Engaging with Student Expectations, 8 - 9 May 2008, Royal National Hotel, London.


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