English with Creative Writing DegreeCreative writing studies in English
Creative Writing in English BA
Below is a selection of the typically available add-ons at the date of release that are not designed as a final listing of the add-ons that will be available in a particular year. Because of the period between the beginning of the course and the following years of the course, the course may be subject to changes due to changes in the syllabus, and the information in this brochure is for guidance only.
It provides an introductory course to the main topics and English language abilities for those making the switch to higher education and highlights the intersections between the various subjects involved in studying the English language in Nottingham. In small groups instructed by your personal tutor, you will be challenged to research in a critical and thoughtful way what it means to be a English language learner and will be assisted in the development of a set of learning, research and communications tools that can be applied to other learning units.
The introduction of core questions of higher education in general and English in particular for pupils making the transfer from education to higher education. So that you can understand the overlaps between the different disciplines of the English language. Allow you to think and evolve your academic and research abilities, reflexive writing and orals.
Impart familiarity and comprehension of aspects of the Literary, Arts and History context for writing, speech and theatre. In this course you will learn about the different tongues, litres and culture of mediaeval England (approx. 500-1500). You' ll be reading a wide range of mediaeval writings, initially in Old English, Middle English and Old Norse.
Some of the essays we are studying in English are translated, but we also present English and Middle English elements so that you can experience the nuances and textures of the English literature in its early years. Discussing English and identities, we get to know the way text is produced and translated in the pre-modern era.
Allows you to read Old and Middle English. In order to bring you closer to the complexity of English philology in the past and present. In order to give you an insight into the origin of English and its evolution in the Middle Ages. acquaint you with the topics and genres of mediaeval English music.
It also contains materials about the connections of writing, including: publications, performances and literature interview. developing their literacy and literacy abilities in order to raise consciousness for literature and creative and esthetic opportunities. The aim of this course is to explore the exceptional diversity of the play in the West. They will explore dramatical essays in their historic setting, from the Theater of Antique Greece, the English mediaeval play, the theater of Shakespeare and his contemporary, the restoration scene, to the 19th cent.
They are studying a selection of pieces in various studios, clinics and conferences, in which we deal with the adaption and translation of the lyrics through various different mediums. Impart to you the know-how and comprehension for the societal, historic and intercultural connections of different game lyrics. In our week-long workshop you will get to know the different layers of speech analyses and descriptions, from the sound and texture of the speech to meanings and discourses.
They can be used in all areas of English studies and help you get ready for your next exam. Contextual presentations and workshops form the part of the course. You can see in the courses how the School of English employees use these analytical and descriptive abilities in their own research.
It includes studying the vocabulary of the spirit, writing, culture, and more. You will learn about some of the main competencies of studying German and English in the field of literacy, e.g. literacy, writing, research and presentations. It deals with subjects such as literacy, argumentation and dealing with discerning materials as well as important issues of criticism regarding the form, content and perception of a work.
All of these are combined with the reading of literature that concentrates on poetics and fiction from the entire spectrum of contemporary literature (1500 to the present day). acquaint you with select literature, your creative commitment and your analytical reaction. Impart to them a base of know-how, working methodologies and appropriate vocabulary for their future work at higher education levels.
Impart to them the wisdom and comprehension of the literatures from 1500 to the present day and the relation between periods and genres. They complete the following two key modules: The first year of this course extends the work done through a sustainable study of the technology and crafts associated with the writing of poems, which includes the poetical line, verse, poem and related rhymes and painting together with a number of tradional shapes such as the Sonet or Hacku.
They will be familiarised with a broad and varied spectrum of authors and technologies and get to know the poetic branch of the publisher. You' ll be developing your own creative work and your own discerning and reflecting abilities. You' ll be developing your own creative work and your own discerning and reflecting abilities.
You' ll select four units to provide at least three areas of English from the broad spectrum of possible choices below. One of the curricula in this field of studies: It provides an in-depth examination of the historic and theatre context of the early contemporary tragedy. It is an invitation for the student to discover the stage art of imaginative and provoking works by Shakespeare and important contemporary artists such as Middleton, Johnson and Ford (among others).
In chronological order, the modules will develop between the different categories from modernity through the interwar period to the present time. In chronological order, the modules will develop between the different categories from modernity through the interwar period to the present time. You' ll discover a broad range of Viktorian and fin-de-siècle books, with illustrations from novels, criticism, poetry as well as plays.
She will investigate the transformation of literature during this time and look at the controversial transitions between Victorianism and modernity. Besides dealing with themes such as aesthetic and adaption, the materials are placed in a context of culture, politics and history that enables the differentiation of literature and popularity.
Building on the first year of English studies, your second year of English Language Paks will give you the thrilling chance to investigate linguistic usage in your head, in your company and in your work. One of the curricula in this field of studies: Focusing on the evolution of the English-speaking world from before the English-speaking colonists arrived in the fifth to the present time.
The course provides a thorough familiarization with the changes that the student has experienced during this period. One important topic that runs through the modulus is the relation between the historic recording and the politics of those who produce and preserve it. The course provides a wide range of introductions to sociolinguistics theories.
Mediaeval Literatures and LanguagesYou can decide on one or more of the mediaeval areas established in the first year, or you can decide on a new but related area. You will always be able to understand the changes and diversity of speech, stops, styles, modi and types as they occur in mediaeval lyrics and be better acquainted with other mediaeval civilizations.
One of the curricula in this field of studies: Studying and analyzing the keys to the ancient Norse myths and legends from which famous tales originate, as well as wooden and rock images from all over the Vikings' land. They investigate the evolution of the Nordic myths and legends from the time of the Vikings through Christian Iceland to modernity.
Focusing on the evolution of the English-speaking world from before the English-speaking colonists arrived in the fifth to the present age. The course provides a thorough introduction to the changes the student has experienced during this period. One important topic that runs through the modulus is the relation between the historic recording and the politics of those who produce and preserve it.
This course will take you back to the extraordinarily abundant time of writing in English at the end of the Fourteenth and the turn of the fifteenth cent. It will help you to find answers to all these and more. They are studying and analyzing poetry from the Exeter book'elegies' and also from Beowulf to investigate this wealthy and worthwhile gender.
One of the curricula in this field of studies: It provides an in-depth examination of the historic and theatre context of the early contemporary tragedy. It is an invitation for the student to discover the stage art of imaginative and provoking works by Shakespeare and important contemporary artists such as Middleton, Johnson and Ford (among others). In the third year you will complete six training units.
This thesis is an autonomous research with creative and discerning work. It is a crucial part of the creative development and revision processes. There are three optional courses to meet at least two areas of studies at the School of English, or one Creative Writing elective and two other courses at the School of English.
You can choose your module from the multitude of possible options: Our offered moduls are oriented to the research interests of our employees and can therefore be changed e.g. due to research development or legal changes. Above is a selection of some of the common components we provide, not a final one.