Third Year Module Descriptions 2019/20
Please see the list below for modules being taught in the 2019/20 academic year.
The modules on offer are subject to change according to staff availability and student demand, so there is no guarantee every module listed here will run. Module descriptions and information may vary from year to year.
When choosing your modules, please refer to your programme structure within the department handbook (internal link).
For students on the BA Liberal Arts programme, please consult your Student Handbook for the list of modules that you are eligible to request from this department.
Semester 1 & 2
6ABA0003 Imaginary Geographies: Novels and the Represntation of Space, 1800-2000
6ABA0006 From Opium to Maximum City: Representations of the Indian Economy in Fiction, Film and Ethnography
6ABA0008 Listening Across the Channel
6ABA0009 Modern Arabic Literature
6ABA0007 The French Revolution Effect
6ABA0011 Neoclassicisms: Aesthetics, Politics, Identities
6AAEC070 Testimony: The Holocaust and Rwanda
6AAEC094 Literature, Solidarity & the Humanitarian Turn
Modules available to Comparative Literature students from across the Faculty of Arts & Humanities (includes modules with opportunities to use a language other than English [for BA Comparative Literature students])
How do I fulfil the BA Comparative Literature language requirement? (Students starting 2017/18 onwards)