Mestrado em Literatura nos Glasgow no Reino Unido

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Literatura

Um mestrado é feito por estudantes que tenham concluído alguma pós-graduação em um campo específico de estudos ou área de prática profissional, demonstrando um alto nível de domínio durante o processo.

Estudos em Literatura instruem os alunos sobre a palavra escrita. Alguns programas podem explorar em profundidade um tipo específico de Literatura, como o drama ou a produção literária de um determinado período ou país. A Teoria Literária também é abordada no curso.

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Master of Letters in English Literature

University of Glasgow
campus Período integral Meio Período August 2017 Reino Unido Glasgow +1 mais

This programme gives you the opportunity to pursue your own interests in English Literature at postgraduate level across a wide range of courses led by internationally renowned experts. [+]

Mestrados em Literatura nos Glasgow no Reino Unido. English Literature MLitt This programme gives you the opportunity to pursue your own interests in English Literature at postgraduate level across a wide range of courses led by internationally renowned experts. A core research training course will introduce you to key skills in postgraduate study, while a flexible degree structure allows you to select from the rich variety of optional courses on offer from the School of Critical Studies and elsewhere in the College of Arts, or even beyond. You can also pursue one of the specialist pathways offered by English Literature, including Fantasy, Medieval and Early Modern, Modernities, and Victorian Literature. The programme ends with an opportunity to write a dissertation on an appropriate English Literature-related topic of your choice. Why this programme The structure of the degree allows you to follow either a bespoke English Literature MLitt programme, constructing your own pathway through a range of different courses, or one of several specialist pathways to suit your interests (see below). You will have access to world class libraries and museums, as well as the extraordinary diversity of cultural, literary and artistic events that makes Glasgow such a vibrant place for postgraduate study. The core research skills programme includes tailored workshops with the University’s archives and world-class Special Collections, as well as providing the academic and technical skills you will need to succeed at postgraduate level in the university and other professional environments. Programme structure There are five different pathways through the MLitt in English Literature at Glasgow: MLitt in English Literature MLitt in English Literature: Fantasy MLitt in English Literature: Medieval and Early Modern Literature and Culture MLitt in English Literature: Modernities: Literature, Culture, Theory MLitt in English Literature: Victorian Literature  Each pathway will give you a different mix of core and optional courses. All students take our 20 credit core English Literature Research Training Course. You then take five more 20 credit courses, some of which may be compulsory for your chosen pathway, and one 60 credit dissertation. The structure for full-time students is as follows: Semester 1:  English Literature Research Training Course plus two 20 credit courses Semester 2:  Three 20 credit courses Summer:  Dissertation Part-time students take the English Literature Research Training Course and three 20 credit courses in their first year of study, and two 20 credit courses and the dissertation in their second year. Pathways English Literature Build your own English Literature postgraduate degree, drawing on the rich range of optional courses available from English Literature, the School of Critical Studies, and elsewhere in the College of Arts or even beyond. Core courses: English Literature Research Training  English Literature Dissertation Optional courses: Of the five further 20 credit courses you take, two must be from any of those offered within the English Literature MLitt programme. The remaining three 20 credit courses may be either from English Literature or, with the convenor’s permission, from elsewhere in the College of Arts and beyond, e.g. Celtic Studies, Classics, History of Art, the School of Education, etc. English Literature courses may include: The American Counterculture, 1945-75 American Fiction of the 1930s Creative Writing Fiction Workshop (cross-discipline) Decadence and The Modern Embodiments: Literature and Medicine, 1750-1900 Explaining Change: Science and Literary Culture 1830-1880 F Scott Fitzgerald, Edith Wharton and Dialogues of American Literary Modernism Fantasy c. 1780 to 1950 Fantasy 1950 to the present Fictions of Adultery From Medieval to Early Modern Genres and Canons Historic and Critical Approaches to Medieval and Early Modern English Literature The Mind of the Contemporary American Novel The Modern Everyday Modernist Sexualities Modernities 1: Literature, Culture and Theory 1880-1945 Modernities 2: Literature, Culture and Theory 1945 to the present Neo-Victorianism The Novel Now Proust in Theory Victorian Literary History Virginia Woolf Writes Modernity Writing Empire English Literature: Fantasy This programme is designed to give you an overview of fantasy literature in English from the era of revolutions at the end of the eighteenth century to the present. As well as charting the history of modern fantasy, including major children’s fiction where this had a significant impact on the development of adult fantasy literature, the course will introduce you to a range of contemporary critical and theoretical approaches to fantasy and the fantastic. Visiting speakers will be invited, which will give you the opportunity to meet contemporary writers, critics and publishers. There is a Fantasy Film Club and you will also be encouraged to participate reflectively in fantasy-related conventions, conferences and festivals, and to join us on field trips and other events. The Masters in Fantasy is a programme run by enthusiasts for enthusiasts, and we hope this will show. Core courses: Fantasy 1: c. 1780-1950 Fantasy 2: 1950 to the present English Literature Research Training Optional courses: You then take a further three 20 credit courses. These can be from: the options listed under the General English Literature pathway  elsewhere in the College of Arts and beyond (with the convenor's permission). E.g. Celtic Studies, Classics, History of Art, School of Education, and many more.   English literature: Medieval and Early Modern Literature and Culture The MLitt in Medieval and Early Modern English Literature and Culture offers students the opportunity to study one of the most vibrant and intellectually challenging periods of literary history. This is an interdisciplinary programme offering a mixture of compulsory and option courses; students may choose options across the range of postgraduate taught courses on offer across the University. You will work with a team of internationally renowned experts with an unparalleled range of medieval and early modern interests, and develop your research skills in manuscripts and print culture by working with the rich manuscript and printed collections held at Glasgow University, the Hunterian, and the Kelvin Hall.  You will also have the option to study a language (i.e. Old English or Latin).  Core courses: From Medieval to Early Modern Historic and Critical Approaches to Medieval and Early Modern English Literature English Literature Research Training Optional courses: You then take a further three 20 credit courses. These can be from: the options listed under the General English Literature pathway  elsewhere in the College of Arts and beyond (with the convenor's permission). E.g. Celtic Studies, Classics, History of Art, School of Education, and many more.  English Literature: Modernities This programme provides the opportunity for advanced study of literary modernism and the avant-garde, and postmodern and contemporary developments in culture and theory. You will investigate the key texts and concepts which shape our understanding of literature and culture across a period of radical change, through an examination of the aesthetic and cultural assumptions of different modern movements; and through an examination of issues in modern writing, particularly those relating to modernity (such as mass culture, revolution, war and empire) and post-modernity (such as simulation, spectacle, performativity and trauma). Throughout, you will study texts in relation to developments in other cultural practices, such as film, theatre and the visual arts. Core courses: Modernities 1: 1890-1945 Modernities 2: 1945 to the present English Literature Research Training Optional courses: You then take a further three 20 credit courses. These can be from: the options listed under the General English Literature pathway  elsewhere in the College of Arts and beyond (with the convenor's permission). E.g. Celtic Studies, Classics, History of Art, School of Education, and many more.  English Literature: Victorian Literature This programme is designed to give you a wide-ranging knowledge of Victorian literature and literary history, introducing you to the period or building on any previous experience of it you may have. You will study a great variety of Victorian writers, genres and forms, and will hone your skills in close reading, historical contextualisation, and use of critical and theoretical sources.  You will also have the opportunity to explore your particular interests in detail, working with staff who are specialists in many aspects of Victorian literature and culture. Glasgow has outstanding resources for the study of Victorian literature including our Special Collections and library. Glasgow is in many ways a Victorian city and you will be working amid some of the most important and beautiful Victorian architecture and landscapes in the UK.  The programme is designed to help you develop research, writing and professional skills which will be transferrable to doctoral study or employment. Previous graduates have gone on to pursue PhDs at Glasgow, Oxford, Cambridge, and other universities, and to careers in teaching, journalism, and consultancy, among other areas. Core courses: Genres and Canons Victorian Literary History English Literature Research Training Optional courses: You then take a further three 20 credit courses. These can be from: the options listed under the General English Literature pathway  elsewhere in the College of Arts and beyond (with the convenor's permission). E.g. Celtic Studies, Classics, History of Art, School of Education, and many more.  Dissertation The two semesters of coursework are followed by one term of supervised work towards a dissertation of up to 15,000 words which you will submit at the beginning of September. The topic normally arises out of the work of the previous two semesters, but the choice is very much open to the student’s own initiative. If you are on a named pathway, then your dissertation topic should fall within the scope of that pathway. If you are on the general pathway, you are welcome to choose a topic from anywhere in the field of English Literature. Your supervisor helps you to develop the proposal and plan the most appropriate reading and methodology. It is also possible to write a dissertation made up of creative writing with a critical component. Normally this possibility is only available to students who have taken the Creative Writing Fiction Workshop (cross-discipline) as one of their options. Entry requirements For entry in 2017 Entry requirements for postgraduate taught programmes are a 2.1 Honours degree or equivalent qualification (for example, GPA 3.0 or above) in a relevant subject unless otherwise specified. We also require: a sample of written work, about 3,000 words in length. This can be a previous piece of work from an undergraduate degree. The work should be written in English and the content does not have to cover a topic related to this specific programme. a short statement of around 500 words outlining your interest in this programme. two academic references. International students  with  academic  qualifications below those required should contact our partner institution, Glasgow International College, who offer a range of pre-Masters courses. English language requirements For applicants whose first language is not English, the University sets a minimum English Language proficiency level. Career prospects Our MLitt programmes provide excellent preparation for PhD studies and an academic career. They also develop key skills sought by many employers, including: the ability to find, select and manage large quantities of information; confident and persuasive oral and written communication; and problem solving through creative and critical thinking. Past Glasgow MLitt graduates have gone on to pursue successful careers in writing, editing, publishing, teaching, the media, heritage and creative industries, and numerous other related professions. [-]

Mestrado Em Literatura Literatura, Cultura E Lugar

University of Strathclyde: Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences
campus Período integral Meio Período 12 - 24  September 2017 Reino Unido Glasgow +1 mais

Este curso permite que os diplomados com licenciaturas na literatura, estudos culturais, ou áreas relacionadas com os seus estudos a um nível mais especializado ou em uma direção totalmente nova. [+]

Por que este curso? Este curso permite que os diplomados com licenciaturas na literatura, estudos culturais, ou áreas relacionadas com os seus estudos a um nível mais especializado ou em uma direção totalmente nova. O curso é único no Reino Unido. Ele combina uma ampla gama de períodos e lugares. Especialização é fornecido pelos docentes, que são membros do grupo de pesquisa Literatura, Cultura & Place. Você vai usar os recursos locais raras, tais como: colecções da biblioteca Universidade de escrita de viagem do século XVIII a Galeria Nacional da coleção paisagem da Escócia as coleções canadenses na Biblioteca Nacional da Escócia Você vai estudar Você vai completar uma série de aulas obrigatórias e eletivas, bem como uma dissertação. Dissertação Alunos Mestrado em Literatura vai escrever uma dissertação de 15.000 palavras sobre um assunto relevante de sua escolha. Você será orientado por um supervisor especialista. Os requisitos de acesso De primeira ou de segunda classe superior licenciatura, ou equivalente em Inglês e Literatura ou um assunto relacionado. Pré-Masters Curso de Preparação O Programa Pré-Masters é um curso de preparação para os estudantes internacionais (não EU / Reino Unido) que não preencham os requisitos de entrada para um mestrado na Universidade de Strathclyde. O programa Pré-Masters fornece a progressão para uma série de opções de grau. Taxas e financiamento Quanto vai custar o meu curso? Todas as taxas apresentados são para cursos a tempo inteiro e por ano lectivo, salvo indicação contrária. Escócia / UE 2015/16 - Mestrado em Literatura Literatura, Cultura & Place de tempo integral £ 7.150 2015/16 - Mestrado em Literatura Literatura, Cultura & lugar a tempo parcial £ 3.575 2015/16 - PgDip Literatura, Cultura & Place de tempo integral £ 5.335 Resto do Reino Unido 2015/16 - Mestrado em Literatura Literatura, Cultura & Place de tempo integral £ 7.150 2015/16 - Mestrado em Literatura Literatura, Cultura & lugar a tempo parcial £ 3.575 2015/16 - PgDip Literatura, Cultura & Place de tempo integral £ 5.335 Internacional 2015/16 - Mestrado em Literatura Literatura, Cultura & Place de tempo integral £ 12.155 2015/16 - Mestrado em Literatura Literatura, Cultura & lugar a tempo parcial £ 6.078 2015/16 - PgDip Literatura, Cultura & Place de tempo integral £ 12.155 Como posso financiar meu curso? As taxas constantes são anuais e podem ser sujeitos a um aumento a cada ano. Carreiras Estudantes com uma licenciatura em estudos literários ou culturais (ou um assunto relacionado) vai encontrar este curso relevantes para carreiras em: ensino a mídia as artes herança turismo outros campos Aqueles que consideram um PhD também vai achar que é um trampolim valioso. Onde estão eles agora? 90% dos nossos alunos participam em acções de trabalho ou de estudo * * Com base nos resultados dos destinos nacionais de casos de abandono de Ensino Superior Survey (2010/11 e 2011/12). [-]