Literature and Languages - Modules for 2016-17

Module CodeModule TitleLevelFurther Information
EN1CWIntroduction to Creative Writing1More information
EN1GCGenre and Context1More information
EN1PEPoetry in English1More information
EN1PWPersuasive Writing1More information
EN1RCResearch and Criticism1More information
EN1TCLTwentieth-Century American Literature1More information
EN2BBThe Business of Books2More information
EN2CAWCommunications at Work2More information
EN2CFContemporary Fiction2More information
EN2CMNChaucer and Medieval Narrative2More information
EN2CRICritical Issues2More information
EN2EMTEarly Modern Theatre Practice2More information
EN2LVLyric Voices 1340-16502More information
EN2MODModernism in Poetry and Fiction2More information
EN2OELIntroduction to Old English Literature2More information
EN2RPThe Romantic Period2More information
EN2RTCRenaissance Texts and Cultures2More information
EN2SHShakespeare2More information
EN2SOC1Assessed credits from university abroad 12More information
EN2SOC2Assessed credits from university abroad 22More information
EN2SOC3Intercultural experience2More information
EN2VICVictorian Literature2More information
EN2WAWriting America2More information
EN2WGIWriting, Gender, Identity2More information
EN2WRIWriting and Revising2More information
EN3AHHitchcock3More information
EN3ASThe African-American Short Story3More information
EN3BBFBlack British Fiction3More information
EN3CFContemporary American Fiction3More information
EN3CLChildren's Literature3More information
EN3CMClass Matters3More information
EN3CWCreative Writing Dissertation3More information
EN3DDDecadence and Degeneration: Literature of the 1880s and 1890s3More information
EN3DIIDissertation English and International Relations3More information
EN3DIPDissertation English and Politics3More information
EN3DISDissertation3More information
EN3DTThe Digital Text: Literature and the New Technologies3More information
EN3ECNThe Eighteenth-Century Novel: Sex and Sensibility3More information
EN3EREditing the Renaissance3More information
EN3HJVCity of Death and Desire: Henry James and Venice3More information
EN3HTHolocaust Testimony: Memory, Trauma and Representation3More information
EN3IPIrish Poetry after Yeats3More information
EN3JDXJoint Dissertation English and Film, Theatre & Television (20 credits in each Department)3More information
EN3MADModern American Drama3More information
EN3MATMargaret Atwood3More information
EN3MCPModern and Contemporary British Poetry3More information
EN3MOMedieval Otherworlds3More information
EN3MSFModern Scottish Fiction: From Jean Brodie to Trainspotting3More information
EN3NCANineteenth-Century American Fiction3More information
EN3PDIPart-time English Dissertation3More information
EN3PJDAJoint Dissertation - English and History of Art (Part-time)3More information
EN3PLPackaging Literature3More information
EN3PMB(Post) Modernist Biofiction: Henry James, Virginia Woolf and Sylvia Plath in Contemporary Literature3More information
EN3SBSamuel Beckett3More information
EN3SMThe Writer's Workshop: Studying Manuscripts3More information
EN3SONThe Song of the Land: from Wordsworth to the New Naturalists3More information
EN3UTUtopia: The Ideal Society in English and American Literature3More information
EN3VWVirginia Woolf and Bloomsbury3More information
EN3WFWriting Fiction: Ethics and Representation3More information
EN3WSSWriting for Stage and Screen3More information
EN3WWPWriting Women: Nineteenth Century Poetry3More information
ENMARCBeckett and the ArchiveMMore information
ENMBECSamuel BeckettMMore information
ENMCCWCreative and Critical WritingMMore information
ENMCH2Twentieth Century Children's LiteratureMMore information
ENMCH9Nineteenth Century Children's LiteratureMMore information
ENMCHCWCommonwealth Children’s Literature (Colonial and Post-colonial writing)MMore information
ENMCHDDissertationMMore information
ENMCHFChildren's Film, Television, and RadioMMore information
ENMCHMMyth and Folktale in Children's LiteratureMMore information
ENMCHNNorth American Children's LiteratureMMore information
ENMCHPPopular Forms of Children's FictionMMore information
ENMCHTTheory of Children's LiteratureMMore information
ENMCPContemporary poetry in EnglishMMore information
ENMDIADiasporas of the Mind: Minority Literature in BritainMMore information
ENMDISSDissertationMMore information
ENMESGModern English Studies GMMore information
ENMGSGuided Study in Modern and Contemporary WritingMMore information
ENMIOIdentitiy and Otherness in the Early Modern PeriodMMore information
ENMMDEDissertationMMore information
ENMMEDDissertationMMore information
ENMMODBeckett and ModernismMMore information
ENMMTMateriality and TextualityMMore information
ENMPOLBeckett and PoliticsMMore information
ENMPRPhilip RothMMore information
ENMTCCCaribbean narrativesMMore information
ENMUSThe unruly stage in Shakespearean EnglandMMore information
ENMVGFInnovations in Form and GenreMMore information
ENMWILOscar WildeMMore information
ENMWREarly Modern Writing and ReadingMMore information
EU2STASociety, Thought, and Art in Modern Europe2More information
EU2UNRUnity, Nationalism and Regionalism in Europe2More information
EU3CS1European Case Studies (1)3More information
EU3CS2European Case Studies (2)3More information
EU3CS3European Case Studies (3)3More information
EU3CS4European Case Studies (4)3More information
FR1IFCIntroduction to French Culture1More information
FR1L2Intermediate French Language1More information
FR1L3Advanced French Language I1More information
FR1MMFThe Making of Modern France1More information
FR2FNIntroduction to the French Novel2More information
FR2FWWThe First World War: Then and Now2More information
FR2HTFHow to Think in French2More information
FR2L4Advanced French Language II2More information
FR2SCRFrench Literature Onscreen2More information
FR3BELa Belle Epoque: France 1880-19143More information
FR3CHChanson3More information
FR3ERErasmus/Visiting Students – Translation: English/French and French/English3More information
FR3FCThe French Caribbean: Language, Literature and Identity3More information
FR3HYWFrance in the Hundred Years’ War3More information
FR3L6Advanced French Language III3More information
FR3L6CAdvanced French Language III3More information
FR3LMBFrench Language for Management & Business II3More information
GM1IMGIcons of Modern Germany1More information
GM1L2Intermediate German Language1More information
GM1L3Advanced German Language I1More information
GM1TGGerman Texts and Genres1More information
GM2CGCinema of Germany2More information
GM2HOFFFantasy, Horror & the Grotesque: ETA Hoffmann2More information
GM2L4Advanced German Language II2More information
GM2LWFThe World of Words: Lexicology and Word Formation2More information
GM3L6Advanced German Language III3More information
GM3L6CAdvanced German Language III (3-yr prog)3More information
GM3LMBGerman Language for Management & Business II3More information
GM3MIGMigration in Germany3More information
GM3WOSWar on Screen - Germany and its films about WWII3More information
IT1002Twentieth Century Italian Culture1More information
IT10MIMaking Italians: A Journey in the History and Culture of Modern Italy1More information
IT1GENThe Genius of Italy: Italian Medieval and Renaissance Culture (in translation)1More information
IT1L1Beginners Italian Language1More information
IT1L2Intermediate Italian Language1More information
IT1L3Advanced Italian Language I1More information
IT205Italian Cinema I2More information
IT2FIFictions of Italy: Themes and Genres2More information
IT2INT'Apocalittici e integrati': Intellectuals and Society in Twentieth Century Italy2More information
IT2L2Intermediate Italian Language2More information
IT2L4Advanced Italian Language II2More information
IT2WWRWriting Women in Renaissance Italy2More information
IT305Dante3More information
IT3ATFAfter the Flood: post-war Italy3More information
IT3L6Advanced Italian Language III3More information
IT3L6CAdvanced Italian Language III (3-yr programme)3More information
IT3L6DAdvanced Italian Language (3-yr prog post-Beginner)3More information
IT3LMBItalian Language for Management & Business3More information
IT3PSRPerformance and the Self in Renaissance Italy3More information
LS1ELSEnglish Language and Society1More information
LS1ELUThe English Language in Use1More information
LS1SGSounds, Grammar & Meaning1More information
LS1TALTechniques and Skills for Applied Linguistics1More information
LS2AELApplying English Language Studies2More information
LS2ANSAnalysing Speech2More information
LS2CIECore Issues in English Language Teaching2More information
LS2DCLChild Language Development2More information
LS2EGEnglish Grammar2More information
LS2EPEnglish Phonology2More information
LS2LAGLanguage and Gender2More information
LS2LLELiterature, Language and Education2More information
LS2LNMLanguage and New Media2More information
LS2LTRLiteracy: Social, Educational and Cognitive Perspectives2More information
LS2SLGSociolinguistics2More information
LS3ADApproaches to Discourse3More information
LS3CBLCorpus-based approaches to language description3More information
LS3DIDissertation3More information
LS3EIWEnglish in the World3More information
LS3GRLEnglish Grammar and Lexis3More information
LS3IBIssues in Bilingualism3More information
LS3LAMLanguage and the Mind3More information
LS3LMGLanguage and Migration3More information
LS3LSTTeaching the Language Skills3More information
LS3SXSSaxons to Shakespeare3More information
LSMADAApproaches to Discourse AnalysisMMore information
LSMAPALAcademic Practices in Applied LinguisticsMMore information
LSMCBLCorpus-based approaches to language descriptionMMore information
LSMCBLRCorpus-based approaches to language descriptionMMore information
LSMDDIResearch Design and DissertationMMore information
LSMDESEnglish for Specific PurposesMMore information
LSMDINIntercultural CommunicationMMore information
LSMDIPLanguage Teaching PortfolioMMore information
LSMDISDissertationMMore information
LSMDMLManagement in ELTMMore information
LSMDNRDissertation (MRes)MMore information
LSMDSPSpoken LanguageMMore information
LSMDTPLanguage TestingMMore information
LSMDTRDiscourse Analysis for Language TeachersMMore information
LSMDVOThe Teaching and Learning of VocabularyMMore information
LSMDWLWritten LanguageMMore information
LSMDYLTeaching English to Young LearnersMMore information
LSMERMEssentials of Research MethodsMMore information
LSMEWEnglish in the WorldMMore information
LSMEWREnglish in the WorldMMore information
LSMFLSFoundations of Language StudyMMore information
LSMIBIssues in BilingualismMMore information
LSMIBRIssues in BilingualismMMore information
LSMILRIssues in Linguistic ResearchMMore information
LSMITRInformation Technology for Language TeachingMMore information
LSMLCLLanguage Curriculum DesignMMore information
LSMLCRLanguage Curriculum DesignMMore information
LSMLSTIssues in Language Skills TeachingMMore information
LSMPROFull dissertation proposalMMore information
LSMRDMResearch Design MethodsMMore information
LSMSLSecond Language Learning PrinciplesMMore information
LSMSLRSecond Language Learning PrinciplesMMore information
LSMSOCSociolinguisticsMMore information
LSMSORSociolinguisticMMore information
LSMTPLanguage Testing PrinciplesMMore information
LSMTPRLanguage Testing PrinciplesMMore information
LSMVOThe Teaching and Learning of VocabularyMMore information
LSMVORThe Teaching and Learning of VocabularyMMore information
LSMYLTeaching Young LearnersMMore information
LSMYLRTeaching Young LearnersMMore information
ML1EUThe Making of Modern Europe: 1789 to the Present1More information
ML1GECGreats of European Cinema1More information
ML1ILIntroduction to Linguistics1More information
ML2GFScience, perversion, and dream in global fantastic literature2More information
ML2LLMLiterature, Language and Media2More information
ML2MRLLove in Medieval and Renaissance Literature2More information
ML2SPMLiterature, Language and Media2More information
ML2YL5Year Abroad Language2More information
ML3CWCinemas of the World3More information
ML3EEExtended Essay3More information
ML3LPLanguage and Power3More information
ML3NCEF19th Century European Novel3More information
ML3YSWAUniversity study/Work placement/Assistantship abroad3More information
MLM11Introduction to Research Skills and MethodologyMMore information
MLM12DissertationMMore information
MLM13Option 1MMore information
MLM14Option 2MMore information
MLM15Option 3 (Postgraduate Diploma ONLY)MMore information
MLM16Option 4MMore information
SP1I1Icons of Spain and Latin America: From conquest to independence; from revolution to globalisation1More information
SP1L1Beginners Spanish Language1More information
SP1L3Advanced Spanish Language 11More information
SP1SLACIntroduction to Spanish and Latin American Culture1More information
SP2CRCulture & Revolution in Modern Latin America2More information
SP2L4Advanced Spanish Language II2More information
SP2MCNModern and Contemporary Spanish Narratives2More information
SP2TETransatlantic Exchanges: The Iberian Peninsula and Latin America in the Nineteenth Century2More information

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