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ENGL6103: Approaches to Global English Literatures

This is a core unit for the Master of English Studies. Students will familiarise themselves with critical approaches to a range of literary works written throughout the world in the English language, and they will critically examine ways in which theories of globalisation and place have come to inflect paradigms of local and national identity. Students will evaluate contemporary understandings of the meaning and significance of "English" literature in a new global environment.

Code ENGL6103
Academic unit English
Credit points 6
Prerequisites:
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None
Corequisites:
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None
Prohibitions:
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None

At the completion of this unit, you should be able to:

  • LO1. understand the multiple critical genealogies and lines of inquiry that shape global approaches to English literary studies
  • LO2. analyse and interpret a range of literary forms and genres
  • LO3. explore the relationship between literature and the world by situating literary works in the relevant aesthetic, cultural, historical, intellectual, political, or social contexts
  • LO4. formulate research questions as well as implement the relevant methodologies to develop a response
  • LO5. practice effective listening, thinking, and writing skills to build learning capacities and share knowledge

Unit outlines

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