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Text and context: MAs in English & Humanities at Birkbeck

Venue: Birkbeck 43 Gordon Square

Thinking about pursuing a postgraduate degree in the arts?

Join us for an evening of talks on the question of ‘text’. What has text meant for artists, writers and cultural producers, from the Renaissance period to the contemporary? Birkbeck’s world-leading scholars will discuss researching and exploring this topic from different standpoints, and the new insights postgraduate work can offer regarding our world.

This event takes place in the beautiful Keynes Library in our historic building, 43 Gordon Square - once home to the Bloomsbury Group.

In the Department of English and Humanities, we offer a wide range of opportunities for MA and MFA study:

Applied Medical Humanities
Contemporary Literature and Culture
Creative and Critical Writing
Creative Writing (MA)
Creative Writing (MFA)
Cultural and Critical Studies
Medieval Literature and Culture
Modern and Contemporary Literature
Renaissance Studies
Text and Performance
Theatre Directing (MFA)
Victorian Studies

You will have the opportunity to discuss your interests with individual members of staff. Find out more about postgraduate financial support here

If you can’t make it to this event, join us for Birkbeck Arts Week 2019, our annual festival taking place Monday 20 to Friday 24 May.

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