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  • Modalidad:
    Presencial
  • Precio:
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  • Comienzo:
    Septiembre 2017
  • Lugar:
    Norwich
    Reino Unido
  • Duración:
    1 Año
  • Idioma:
    El Curso se imparte en Inglés
  • Titulación:
    MA American Literature
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    Presentación

    This programme is offered either full and part time basis

    Wealth, but world-wide credit crisis? Automobiles and highways? War on terror? First black president? International movie industry? The American dream? Patriotism and flag waving?

    Whatever the reasons the United States matters to you, studying for one of our MA degrees [American History; American literature; American Studies; or American Studies and Film] will allow you to explore the events and forces that shaped the United States, and gain a deeper understanding of how this powerful nation moulds and influences the cultural, political, and economic lives of its own peoples and the world.

    Requisitos

    Degree Subject: Humanities or Social Sciences
    Degree Classification: UK BA (Hons) 2.1 or equivalent
    Special Entry Requirements: A 3000 word essay from your previous degree should be uploaded to your online application.

    Programa

    When selecting from Option Ranges A and B, Students must select ONE 20 credit Semester 1 (SEM1) module and TWO 20 credit Semester 2 (SEM2) modules to ensure an equal balance of credits of taught modules overall in each semester (taking in account the Semester 1 Compulsory module AMSAM009).
    Compulsory Study (120 credits)
    Students must study the following modules for 120 credits:
     AMERICAN CULTURE: THEORIES AND CONCEPTS
     AMERICAN LITERATURE DISSERTATION
     RESEARCH AND METHODOLOGY TRAINING SEMINAR
    Option A Study (40 credits)
    Students will select 40 credits from the following modules:
     ´PAINTING THE CITY: AMERICAN ARTISTS AND THE URBAN SCENE, 1900-1930´
     GOOD GOOD GIRLS AND GOOD BAD BOYS? AMERICAN FICTIONS OF INNOCENCE
     NATIVE AMERICAN HISTORY
     NATIVE AMERICAN LITERATURE AND THEORY
     QUEERING AMERICA
     SIN, SEX AND SEDITION: A HISTORY OF THE FIRST AMENDMENT
     THE 20TH CENTURY NOVEL
    Option B Study (20 credits)
    Students will select 20 credits from the following modules:
     "MEDIA, CULTURE AND SOCIETY DISSERTATION"
     ADAPTATION AND INTERPRETATION
     ADAPTATION AND INTERPRETATION
     AMERICAN FOREIGN POLICY
     ANALYSING MEDIA DISCOURSES
     ANALYSING MEDIA DISCOURSES
     ANALYSING MEDIA DISCOURSES
     ANALYSING MEDIA DISCOURSES
     ANALYSING MEDIA DISCOURSES
     BETTER WORLDS? UTOPIAS AND DYSTOPIAS
     BRITISH CINEMA: REALISM AND SPECTACLE
     BROADCAST JOURNALISM
     BROADCAST JOURNALISM
     BROADCAST JOURNALISM
     CASE STUDIES
     CONCEPTUALIZING THE MEDIEVAL AND THE RENAISSANCE
     CONSUMER CULTURE AND SOCIETY
     CONTEMPORARY JOURNALISM: PRACTICE AND ETHICS
     CONTEMPORARY WORLD THEATRE
     CREATIVE WRITING AND RESEARCH SEMINARS
     CREATIVE WRITING DISSERTATION
     CREATIVE WRITING WORKSHOP: POETRY 1
     CREATIVE WRITING WORKSHOP: POETRY 2
     CREATIVE WRITING WORKSHOP: PROSE 1
     CREATIVE WRITING WORKSHOP: PROSE 2
     CREATIVE WRITING WORKSHOP: SCRIPTWRITING
     CREATIVE WRITING: SCRIPTWRITING: DRAMATURGY
     CREATIVE WRITING: SCRIPTWRITING: PROCESS
     CREATIVE-CRITICAL WRITING
     CREATIVITY AND DEVELOPMENT IN FILM AND TELEVISION PRODUCTION
     CRITICAL THEORIES OF THE WESTERN SELF
     CROSSING BOUNDARIES: WOMEN WRITERS IN MODERN EUROPE
     CURATING COLLECTIONS
     DEMOCRATIC THEORY
     DESCRIBING POETRY
     DISSERTATION (MRES)
     DISSERTATION - LITERARY TRANSLATION
     DRAMA DISSERTATION
     EAST ANGLIAN LITERATURE
     EFFECTS, AUDIENCES AND THE MEDIA
     ENGLISH LITERATURE DISSERTATION
     ESSENTIAL UK PUBLIC AFFAIRS AND LAW FOR JOURNALISTS
     EUROPE AND THE WORLD
     EUROPEAN STUDIES (WITH BRUSSELS INTERNSHIP)
     EUROPEAN UNION: POWER, POLITICS AND POLICY
     EVALUATING NATURE
     FICTION AFTER MODERNISM: RE-READING THE 20TH CENTURY
     FILM STUDIES DISSERTATION
     FILM STUDIES: HISTORY, THEORY, CRITICISM
     FORENSIC LINGUISTICS AND TRANSLATION
     GLOBAL POLITICAL ECONOMY OF EMERGING POWERS
     HISTORY OF POLITICAL THOUGHT
     INTERNATIONAL COMMUNICATION
     INTERNATIONAL COMMUNICATION
     INTERNATIONAL COMMUNICATION
     INTERNATIONAL COMMUNICATION
     INTERNATIONAL HISTORY OF THE ASIA-PACIFIC REGION
     INTERNATIONAL ORGANISATIONS AND PUBLIC POLICY
     INTERNATIONAL ORGANISATIONS: CONFLICT AND DEVELOPMENT
     INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS THEORY
     INTERNATIONAL SECURITY
     ISSUES IN MEDIA AND CULTURAL POLITICS
     JAPANESE FILM: NATIONAL CINEMA AND BEYOND
     LITERARY TRANSLATION RESEARCH AND METHODOLOGY TRAINING SEMINAR
     LIVING MODERNISM
     LUDIC LITERATURE
     MA IN INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS AND DEVELOPMENT EXAMINATION
     MA IN INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS EXAMINATION
     MA IN INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS and EUROPEAN STUDIES EXAMINATION
     MA INTERNATIONAL SECURITY EXAMINATION
     MEDIA AND SOCIETY
     MEDIA, CULTURE AND POLITICS IN EAST ASIA
     MEDIA, CULTURE AND SOCIETY DISSERTATION
     MEDIA, SOCIETY AND POWER
     MEDIEVAL AND RENAISSANCE HUMANISM 1: ADAPTATION, TRANSLATION, IMITATION
     MEDIEVAL AND RENAISSANCE HUMANISM 2: HISTORICAL IMAGININGS
     METHODS OF SOCIAL ENQUIRY
     MULTICULTURALISM
     NEW MEDIA AND SOCIETY
     NEW MEDIA AND SOCIETY
     NOVEL HISTORY
     POLITICS AND MASS MEDIA
     POLITICS AND MASS MEDIA
     POLITICS AND POPULAR CULTURE
     POLITICS AND POPULAR CULTURE
     POLITICS AND POPULAR CULTURE
     POLITICS AND POPULAR CULTURE
     POLITICS AND POPULAR CULTURE
     POLITICS AND PUBLIC CULTURE
     POSTMODERNISM IN PERFORMANCE
     PRACTICAL MEDIA
     PROCESS AND PRODUCT IN TRANSLATION
     PSI DISSERTATION
     PSI DISSERTATION
     PSI DISSERTATION
     PSI DISSERTATION BY PRACTICE
     PUBLIC MANAGEMENT: THEORIES AND CHANGE
     PUBLIC POLICY: THEORY AND ANALYSIS
     PUBLISHING - A PRACTICAL APPROACH
     RADICAL DRAMATURGIES
     RESEARCH AND METHODOLOGY TRAINING SEMINAR
     RESEARCH AND METHODOLOGY TRAINING SEMINAR
     REVIEW PAPER (MRES)
     RUSSIAN FOREIGN POLICY
     SCIENCE FICTION: FILM AND TELEVISION
     SOUND AND SOCIETY
     STUDYING MEDIA
     STUDYING MEDIA
     STYLISTICS FOR TRANSLATORS
     TECHNOLOGICAL TOOLS FOR TRANSLATORS
     TELEVISION AND SOCIETY
     TEXT AND PRODUCTION: SCENE CLASS
     THE ACTOR IN SPACE
     THE ART OF SHORT FICTION
     THE BIG PICTURE: CONTEMPORARY HOLLYWOOD CINEMA
     THE FOREIGN RELATIONS OF CHINA AND JAPAN IN THE MODERN WORLD
     THE LIFE OF THE BOOK
     THE MEDIA AND IDENTITY
     THE POLITICS OF REGULATION
     THE WRITING OF CRIME/THRILLER FICTION
     THEORY AND PRACTICE OF FICTION
     TRANSLATION IN CONTEXT
     TRANSLATION THEORY
     TRANSLATION WORKSHOP
     TRAVEL WRITING - CRITICAL APPROACHES AND CREATIVE PRACTICE
     UNDERSTANDING MEDIA CULTURES
     VIDEO PRODUCTION
     WAR GAMES: DIPLOMACY AND STRATEGY IN INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS
     WOMEN AND FILM
     WRITING LIVES
     WRITING THE FIRST PERSON

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