While the Foundation Module is compulsory students may choose particular... their own combination of options. Unfortunately, it may not... M.A. IN ENGLISH/World Literature 2013-14

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M.A. IN ENGLISH/World Literature 2013-14
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While the Foundation Module is compulsory students may choose particular pathways and
their own combination of options. Unfortunately, it may not be possible for students to take
their first choice options in every case, and we may need to make changes in the
programme in the event of unforeseen circumstances. If students from outside the
department wish to take one of the English modules they should inform Cheryl Cave as well
as your own Graduate Secretary by the Wednesday of week 1.
MODULES
You will be asked to give 1st and 2nd choices for your option modules, as upper and lower
limits may be placed on numbers.
Autumn Term
Monday
10.00-12.00
John Gilmore
10.30-12.30
Teresa Grant
11.00-1.00
Nick Monk
4.00-6.00
3.30-5.30
10.00-12.00
Graeme
Macdonald
Tony Howard
Elizabeth Clarke
10.00-1.00
Sarah Moss
3.00-5.00
Stephen Shapiro
5.00-7.00
5.00-7.00
Ian Sansom
Rashmi Varma
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday
10.00-12.00
Thomas Docherty
12.00-2.00
Ross Forman
4.00-6.00
4.00-7.00
Christopher
Campbell/Michael
Niblett
David Vann
2.00-4.00
John Fletcher
TRANSLATION STUDIES IN THEORY
AND PRACTICE – Room H507
DEVELOPMENT OF ENGLISH DRAMA
1558-1659 – Room H516
LITERATURE OF THE AMERICAN
SOUTHWEST – Reinvention Centre
PETROFICTION – Room H542
BRITISH DRAMATISTS – Room H107
SHAKESPEARE & HIS SISTER – Room
H541
WRITING PLACES – Room G.03,
Millburn House
WORLD LITERATURE & WORLD
SYSTEMS – Room H543
SEVEN BASIC PLOTS – Room SO.03
PROBLEMS & MODES IN
POSTCOLONIAL LITERATURE – Room
H507
AESTHETICS AND MODERNITY I (not
running)
LITERATURE OF THE ASIAN
DIASPORA (not running)
THE CARIBBEAN: LITERATURE &
GLOBAL MODERNITY – Room H522
NON FICTION WRITING WORKSHOP –
Room G.03, Millburn House
FREUD’S METAPSYCHOLOGY – Room
H445
Spring Term
Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
10.00-12.00
1.00-4.00
1.00-3.00
Maureen
Freely/Andrew
Williams
Dan Katz
11.00-1.00
Sorcha Gunne
11.00-1.00
11.00-1.00
Michael Hulse
Christina
Britzolakis
Tara Puri
1.00-3.00
4.00-7.00
Thursday
Maureen
Freely/Others
10.00-12.00
Thomas Docherty
2.00-4.00
3.00-5.00
Gill Frith
Emma
Mason/Peter
Blegvad
Christina
Britzolakis
Jonathan Skinner
Christopher
Campbell/Michael
Niblett
Christian Smith
2.30-4.30
3.00-5.00
4.00-6.00
Friday
John Gilmore
12.00-2.00
CHINESE POETRY & THE WESTERN
READER – Room H507
WRITING ABOUT HUMAN RIGHTS &
INJUSTICE ((Writers’ Room, Millburn
House)
TOPICS IN AMERICAN POETRY –
Room H507
POSTCOLONIAL THEORY – Room
H522
CROSSING BORDERS – Room H507
POETICS OF URBAN MODERNISM –
Room G.03, Millburn House
VICTORIAN MATERIALITIES – Room
H507
PRACTICE OF LITERARY
TRANSLATION – Writers’ Room, Millburn
House (not running)
AESTHETICS AND MODERNITY II –
Room H543
SEXUAL GEOGRAPHIES (Not running)
POETRY & MUSIC – Writers’ Room,
Millburn House
READING SPACE (not running)
ECOPOETICS (not running)
THE CARIBBEAN: READING THE
WORLD ECOLOGY (not running)
SHAKESPEARE IN HISTORY – Room
H422
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