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  • Entry requirements
    The MA in English Literature is ideal for students who are keen to begin postgraduate study, but are not yet ready to commit to one specific area or period. Your four 'taught' modules are chosen from the full range of those offered on the department's other MA programmes, leaving you free to build an electric mix of options, or a 'pathway' tracking a particular theme across a wide cultural span: for example women's writing, poetry, the family, or modern fiction. The programme also gives you full training in Research Methods and the chance to write a dissertation on any subject of your choice.
  • Academic Title
    MA in English Literature
  • Course description
    Programme Structure

    Semester 1 modules

    -Research  Skills, Methods, Methodologies I
    -Family Matters
    -Sex and Gender
    -Rights and Wrongs
    -Gender in Popular Culture
    -Modern Children's Literature
    -Domestic Violence/Colonial Violence
    -Women and Writing in the Middle Ages
    -The Literary North
    -Race, Ethnicity and Gender
    -Language and Communication
    -Literary Forms
    -Writing Now
    -Chaucer and the Drama of the Modern World
    -Outlaws and Rebels in Medieval Literature
    -Shakespeare: Text, Music and Theatre
    -Unruly Voices: order and Resistance in Early Modern Literature
    -Research Skills, Methods, Methodologies II
    -Gender and Monstrosity
    -Women, Writing, Travel
    -Poetry and the Spirit of Place
    -Feminism, Politics and Power
    -Language Change in the Modern World
    -Theatre in the Modern World
    -The Writer's Practice
    -The ‘Book Club'
    -Sensation Writing
    -Art, Photography and the Visual
    -Gendered Bodies, Gendered Selves
    -Hystorical Fictions: Gender and Sexuality in the Neo-Victorian Novel
    -Renaissance Women: History and Texts
    -Death, the Devil and the End of the World
    -Master's stage

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