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Unit name Literary Cultures
Unit code HEN319
Credit points 12.5
Faculty/School College of Arts, Law and Education
School of Humanities
Discipline English
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Learning Outcomes

  1. Analyse selected literary texts, demonstrating knowledge of cultural, social and industrial contexts.
  2. Apply disciplinary knowledge and skills to investigate specific research problems in contemporary literary studies.
  3. Evaluate individual texts as well as contemporary literary discourse and practice.
  4. Communicate through formal oral and/or audiovisual presentations as well as scholarly writing.



Teaching Pattern

Weekly Workshop (2 hours)

Weekly Online Class (2 hours)


Task 1: Research essay, 3500 words (50%)

Task 2: Presentation and seminar paper #1,1500 words (script) + PowerPoint slides (or equivalent) + oral/audiovisual presentation (30%)

Task 3: Research Report, 1000 words (20%)

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