In combination, these subject areas enable you to study English literature in some of the immensely varied contexts of its long history of production alongside the shorter history and impact of arguably the defining creative and communications medium of the past hundred years (film). Both situate these histories within the reading, writing and âseeingâ of 21st century life and experience. Both subject areas provide you with opportunities to benefit from your lecturersâ cutting edge research in aspects of literature and film â from investigation of the political purposes of Hamlet in translation to exploration of Buddhist American poetry, from the cultural meaning of zombie cinema, to development of the British crime film. Both courses also provide you with opportunities for work placements and volunteering designed to highlight how your learning is supporting your employability and to introduce you to some of the professional and employment possibilities that you could pursue once you have graduated.
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