2019-2020 MPhil Teaching

The following page lists the courses for each MPhil in 2019-2020

Course choices must be made using the relevant MPhil course regulations.

MPhil in American Literature

MPhil in Modern and Contemporary Literatue

MPhil in 18th Century and Romantic Studies

MPhil in Criticism and Culture

MPhil in Medieval and Renaissance Literature



MPhil in American Literature

Michaelmas 2019

Lent 2020

Optional Courses

Priority will be given to those enrolled in the MPhil in American Literature




MPhil in Modern and Contemporary Literature

Michaelmas 2019

  • Resources and Methods

  • Core 1 - Texts and Contexts 1830-1914
  • The Idea of a University in the 19th Century - Dr Ruth Abbott
    Browning and the Question of Representation - Dr Ross Wilson
    Dickens - Dr Jan Schramm
    Style - Dr Daniel Tyler
    19th Century Life Writing - Dr Clare Walker-Gore
    Victorian Utopias - Dr Marcus Waithe

  • Core 2 - Texts and Contexts 1914 – present
  • Careful Reading: Zadie Smith and the New Ethics - Dr Robert Macfarlane
    The Modern 'Art' Theatre- Dr Zoe Svendsen
    'Good prose is like a window-pane'? Form, style, and the problem of truth in George Orwell's non-fiction. - Dr Lisa Mullen
    Caryl Churchill and the Politics of Dramaturgy - Dr Zoe Svendsen
    Free Verse and Secularisation: A Cognitive Approach to Poetic Experience - Dr Laura Kilbride
    The Photo-book - Dr Deborah Bowman

     

Optional Courses

Priority will be given to those enrolled in the MPhil in Modern and Contemporary Literature

Lent 2020

Optional Courses

Priority will be given to those enrolled in the MPhil in Modern and Contemporary Literature




M.Phil in 18th Century and Romantic Studies
Michaelmas 2019
  • Resources for Research

Optional Courses

Priority will be given to those enrolled in the MPhil in 18th Century and Romantic Studies


Lent 2020
  • Dissertation Workshops, Prof. Pete de Bolla

Optional Courses

Priority will be given to those enrolled in the MPhil in 18th Century and Romantic Studies




M.Phil. in Criticism and Culture

Michaelmas Term 2019

  • Dissertation Workshops

Optional Courses

Priority will be given to those enrolled in the MPhil in Criticism and Culture

Lent Term 2020

Optional Courses

Priority will be given to those enrolled in the MPhil in Criticism and Culture




M.Phil. in Medieval and Renaissance Literature

MEDIEVAL

Michaelmas 2019

  • Texts, Contexts and Methods (Interpretation of Literary Texts)
  • Textual and Related Studies
  • Introduction to Bibliography for Medieval Research

Lent 2020

  • Textual and Related Studies

Optional Courses

Priority will be given to those enrolled in the MPhil in Medieval Literature

RENAISSANCE

Michaelmas 2019

  • Resources for Research
  • Renaissance Palaeography, Dr Gavin Alexander
  • Introduction to Textual Studies
  • Core Course

Lent 2020

Optional Courses

Priority will be given to those enrolled in the MPhil in Renaissance Literature