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2013/14 Option Module Timetable

Options are allocated on a first come, first served basis (please note that students on the ‘home’ MA will get first priority), so it is important that you do not delay submitting your choices, to avoid disappointment. Part-time students select ONE of the modules available, and full-time students select TWO, both nominating a SECOND & THIRD choice in the event the first choice module is over or undersubscribed. If you do not nominate a second and third choice option your option allocation will be delayed.

To select your Spring term option/s please email your choices to by Friday 25 October 2013. Please ensure that you include the name of your MA programme and the words ‘Spring Option Choices’ in the subject line of your email. Option allocation will be confirmed by the end of November 2013.

Please note that options will only run if there are enough students, and therefore undersubscribed options may be cancelled.

Autumn Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday

* Art of Persuasion: Religious Imagery and the Catholic reformation (History of Art option)

* Literature of Elizabethan London
* Power & Control in Spanish Golden Age Painting
* The Icelandic Saga
* Rebellion, Dissent & Tyranny: England c 1380 - c 1430 (History option)
* Voiceworks (October to May)
Spring Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday
6.00-7:20 * Rome: Place, Continuity and Memory (History of Art option)
* The Book Unbound

* Victorian Emotions

* Exhibiting the Body

* Art in the Age of Giotto: evidence and interpretation (History of Art option)
* Contemporary British Poetry
* Contemporary US Fiction
* Faith, Doubt & Disbelief in the 19th Century

* Visualising the Renaissance Stage
* African and Asian Filmic Narratives
* A Confusion of Tongues: Illness, Language and Writing
* A Theory of Clouds
* Victorian Poetry

* Drama and Performance in Medieval England
* Twenty-First Century Feminist Fiction & the World in Crisis
* Colonialism and Modernity
* Death in Victorian Culture

Romantic Feelings The Horror, the Horror * Time for Revolution: Reading Time in the Twentieth Century

Ancient Political Thought & its Medieval Legacy (History option)

*Introduction to Screenwriting
* Introduction to Playwriting
*Shakespeare's Globe: Culture and Contemporary Literature
* Fascism and Psychoanalysis *Renaissance Florence: Society, Religion and Culture (History option)
* Creative Non-fiction
* Introduction to Screenwriting
* Publishing
*Visual Culture (MA Psychosocial Studies option)