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MA in Nineteenth Century Studies

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  • Entry requirements
    Entry Requirement: We welcome applications from anyone with an upper second-class degree or better (or equivalent) from a relevant subject area: English, Gender Studies, History, Arts and Humanities, or Social Sciences. If you have not taken a first degree recently, but feel you have equivalent qualifications or experience, please contact us and discuss your application.
  • Academic Title
    MA in Nineteenth Century Studies
  • Course description
    Introduction
    The MA in Nineteenth-Century Studies gives students the opportunity to experience ‘cutting edge' research activity in this rich period of literary history. The four substantive modules focus on the areas of family, gender, the visual arts and politics, all of which have recently attracted renewed critical attention. They benefit from specific staff research interests and make direct use of the University's excellent archival and periodical materials. All students complete the programme by writing a dissertation on a subject of their own choice. The normal entry requirement is a good BA degree in English or a related subject.

    Programme Structure
    Semester 1
    -*Family Matters 
    -Sex and Gender
    -Research Methodology
     
    Semester 2
    -Research Skill, Methods and Methodologies 2 
    -Sensation Writing 
    -Art, Photography and the Visual 
    -Rights and Wrongs

    Semester 3
    -Dissertation 

    Programme outline
    Duration: 1 year full time or 2 years part time.

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