School of Humanities - Keele University

English with Creative Writing Degree Programme – Grado en Inglés con Escritura Creativa

School of Humanities - Keele University
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  • Lugar:
    Staffordshire
    Reino Unido
  • Duración:
    3 Años
  • Idioma:
    El Curso se imparte en Inglés
  • Titulación:
    English with Creative Writing Degree Programme – Grado en Inglés con Escritura Creativa.

Presentación

Balance the study of existing literature with developing your own writing skills across genres such as poetry, the novel, short fiction, drama and film.

This course enables you to study English as both a critical and a creative discipline as you explore classic and contemporary works by other writers while finding your own voice as a writer. You’ll study literature from Shakespeare to the present day, with optional modules in subjects such as medieval, postcolonial, American and Canadian literatures, and film. You’ll learn about the creative processes and compile your own portfolios of creative writing. There are opportunities to spend a semester or a whole additional year at a partner university – which could be in Europe, Australia, Canada or the USA.

Requisitos

We accept a number of EU and International qualifications for entry to our degree programmes.
Please note that there will normally be English Language requirements for entry to our courses.
Contact us for specific entry requirements for your chosen course and country.

Programa

First year

Core modules:
Reading Literature
Poetry through Practice
Becoming a Critic
Fiction through Practice
Optional core modules:
Starting Out: An Introduction to American Literature
Playing Parts
Telling Tales
Transatlantic Gothic

Elective modules:
Reading Film
Telling Tales
Starting Out: An Introduction to American Literature
Playing Parts
Transatlantic Gothic
Film Texts and Contexts I: Film History and Theory
Understanding Culture

Second year

Core modules:
Creative Writing: Poetry and Prose
Optional core modules:
Romanticises, 1780-1830
Age of Shakespeare and Donne
The Romance of Fiction: History and Society in C19 American Literature
Burning Crosses
Victorian Performances
The Detective and American City
From Modernity to Counter-culture: American Literature and Social Criticism in the C20
Alfred Hitchcock’s America

Elective modules:
Aspects of the Novel
Medieval Literature
Twentieth-Century Novels into Films
Youth Subcultures in Fiction, Film and Theory
Seoul Summer School - South Korean Film
Romanticisms, 1780-1830
The Age of Shakespeare and Donne
The Romance of Fiction: History and Society in C19 American Literature
Burning Crosses
Postwar British Fiction and Poetry
Revolution and Restoration
French Cinema
From Modernity to Counter-culture: American Literature and Social Criticism in the C20
Alfred Hitchcock’s America
The Detective and American City

Third year

Core modules:
Creative Writing Portfolio
Either Dissertation in English or Dissertation in EALs
Optional core modules:
Dickens, Collins and Detection
Postcolonial and World Literature in English
Contemporary British Fiction
Shakespeare on Film: Adaptation and Appropriation The Alcohol Question
Aphra Behn and Her Contemporaries
Pregnancy, Childbirth and Maternity in the Early Modern Period
Sex, Scandal and Society: Eighteenth- Century Writing
The Alcohol Question
Postmodernism: Fiction, Film and Theory
Cinematic Modernisms
Writingscapes

Elective modules:
Film Noir
The Contemporary American Graphic Novel
Shakespeare on Film: Adaptation and Appropriation
Aphra Behn and her Restoration Contemporaries
Pregnancy, Childbirth and Maternity in the Early Modern Period
Dickens, Collins and Detection
Postcolonial and World Literature in English
Contemporary British Fiction
High Culture: Drink, Drugs, and the American Dream
Contemporary American Fiction
Shakespearian Stages
Writingscapes
Sex, Scandal and Society: Eighteenth- Century Writing
The Alcohol Question

Salidas profesionales

Studying English with Creative Writing at Keele will enable you to develop a wide range of both subject-specific and transferable skills. These will open up a variety of possible careers, whether directly related to the subject or not. You might go into publishing, journalism, teaching, advertising, or the broadcast media. Of course, you may want to pursue getting your work published, whether as a part-time or full-time interest. You could also choose to go on to higher study.

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