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#MeToo: Women’s Writing as Resistance EN3MT Module
'Eyes on the Prize': Literature of the US Civil Rights Movement EN3CRM Module
(Post) Modernist Biofiction: Henry James, Virginia Woolf and Sylvia Plath in Contemporary Literature EN3PMB Module
American Graphic Novels EN3AGN Module
American Poetry: Bishop to Dove EN3AP Module
Black British Fiction EN3BBF Module
Caribbean narratives ENMTCC Module
Chaucer and Medieval Narrative EN2CMN Module
Children's Film, Television, and Radio ENMCHF Module
Children's Literature EN3CL Module
City of Death and Desire: Henry James and Venice EN3HJV Module
Class Matters EN3CM Module
Commonwealth Children's Literature (Colonial and Post-colonial writing) ENMCHCW Module
Communications at Work EN2CAW Module
Contemporary American Fiction EN3CF Module
Contemporary Fiction EN2CF Module
Creative and Critical Writing ENMCCW Module
Creative Non-fiction and Long-Form Journalism EN2CNF Module
Creative Writing Masterclass - Prose EN3MPS Module
Creative Writing Masterclass: Poetry EN3MPY Module
Critical Issues EN2CRI Module
Decadence and Degeneration: Literature of the 1890s EN3DD Module
Diasporas of the Mind: Minority Literature in Britain ENMDIA Module
Dickens EN3DIC Module
Dissertation ENMCHD Module
Dissertation EN3DIS Module
Early Modern Literature: Texts, Contexts and Methods ENMEML Module
Early Modern Theatre Practice EN2EMT Module
Editing the Renaissance EN3ER Module
Family Romances: Genealogy, Identity, and Imposture in the Nineteenth-Century Novel EN3FRG Module
Folk and Literature EN3FKL Module
From Romance to Fantasy EN3RF Module
From Troy to Camelot: Medieval Romance EN3TTC Module
Genre and Context EN1GC Module
Global Literatures: Translation as Theme and Theory EN3GLT Module
Hitchcock EN3AH Module
Holocaust Testimony: Memory, Trauma and Representation EN3HT Module
Identity and Otherness in the Early Modern Period ENMIO Module
Innovations in Form and Genre ENMVFG Module
Innovations in Form and Genre ENMVGF Module
Introduction to Creative Writing EN1CW Module
Introduction to Old English Literature EN2OEL Module
Irish Poetry after Yeats EN3IP Module
James Joyce EN3JJ Module
John Milton EN3JM Module
Joint Dissertation - English and History of Art (Part-time) EN3PJDA Module
Literature and Culture in the 1850s ENMLAC Module
Literature and Medicine ENMLM Module
Lyric Voices 1340-1650 EN2LV Module
Margaret Atwood EN3MAT Module
Materiality and Textuality ENMMT Module
Medieval Dream Narrative EN3MDN Module
Medieval Otherworlds EN3MO Module
Modern American Drama EN3MAD Module
Modern and Contemporary British Poetry EN3MCP Module
Modern English Studies ENMES Module
Modern Literary Feminisms: Theories/Praxis/Texts ENMMLF Module
Modern Scottish Fiction: From Jean Brodie to Trainspotting EN3MSF Module
Modernism EN2MOD Module
Myth and Folktale in Children's Literature ENMCHM Module
Nigerian Prose Literature: From Achebe to Adichie EN3NL Module
Nineteenth Century Children's Literature ENMCH9 Module
Nineteenth-Century American Fiction EN3NCA Module
North American Children's Literature ENMCHN Module
Opening Up Medieval English Texts ENMMET Module
Packaging Literature EN3PL Module
Persuasive Writing EN1PW Module
Philip Roth ENMPR Module
Placing Jane Austen EN3PA Module
Poetry in English EN1PE Module
Poetry: reading, writing, revising EN2PRW Module
Popular Forms of Children's Fiction ENMCHP Module
Psychoanalysis and Text EN3PSY Module
Publishing Cultures: Writers, Publics, Archives EN3PC Module
Renaissance Texts and Cultures EN2RTC Module
Renaissance Women's Writing EN3RWW Module
Research and Criticism EN1RC Module
Researching the Printed Book ENMRPB Module
Restoration to Revolution: 1660-1789 EN2RER Module
Romanticism: Revolt and Reaction EN3RRR Module
Samuel Beckett EN3SB Module
Samuel Beckett ENMBEC Module
Science in Culture EN3SIC Module
Shakespeare EN2SH Module
Shakespeare and Gender EN3SG Module
Shakespeare on Film EN3SHF Module
The African-American Short Story EN3AS Module
The Bloody Stage: Revenge and Death in Renaissance Drama EN3TBS Module
The Business of Books EN2BB Module
The Digital Text: Literature and the New Technologies EN3DT Module
The Eighteenth-Century Novel: Sex and Sensibility EN3ECN Module
The Global Renaissance ENMTGR Module
The reading group: four twentieth-century novels EN1RGT Module
The reading group: three ninenteenth-century novels EN1RGN Module
The Romantic Period EN2RP Module
The Short Story - reading, writing, editing EN2SS Module
The Song of the Land: from Wordsworth to the New Naturalists EN3SON Module
The Writer's Workshop: Studying Manuscripts EN3SM Module
Theory of Children's Literature ENMCHT Module
Twentieth Century Children's Literature ENMCH2 Module
Twentieth-Century American Literature EN1TCL Module
Utopia: The Ideal Society in English and American Literature EN3UT Module
Victorian Literature EN2VIC Module
Virginia Woolf and Bloomsbury EN3VW Module
Visions and Revisions EN3VR Module
What is Comparative Literature? EN1COMP Module
Writing America EN2WA Module
Writing and Revising EN2WRI Module
Writing Fiction: Ethics and Representation EN3WF Module
Writing for Stage and Screen EN3WSS Module
Writing Women: Nineteenth Century Poetry EN3WWP Module
Writing, Gender, Identity EN2WGI Module

Lists linked to English Literature

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Department of English Literature: module overview screencasts 2019-20 Session 21/06/2019 08:19:07
Department of English Literature: module overview screencasts 2018-2019 Session Ended 31/08/2019 02/07/2018 10:56:40
Department of English Literature: module overview screencasts 2017-2018 Session Ended 31/08/2018 27/02/2017 12:11:32