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BA Joint Honours CLC (3- or 4-year degree)

Compulsory courses:

ALL students choose at least TWO CLC Core courses* including:

ML3204 The Gothic Mode in Spanish and English Fiction
ML3202 From Aestheticism to the Avant-Garde
ML3207 Transnationalism, Diaspora and Globalization in Contemporary Film
ML3209 Colonizers, Creoles and Exiles: Comparative Postcolonial Literature
ML3205 Trends in Contemporary Theory    
ML3212 Humans and Other Animals in Twenty-First Century Fiction and Thought

*subject to validation 

(For brief descriptions of the courses, click here)

PLUS your choice of TWO CLC Options (typical selection below) and/or further CLC Core Options to make a total of FOUR courses overall:

Research-led 5000-word dissertation on your choice of topic 
Ethics and Violence: Murder, Suicide and Genocide in Literature and Film 
Devotion, Deceit, Desire: Literature of the Spanish Golden Age
Dante: Divine Comedy (Paradiso)

Arthurian Romance: Chrétien de Troyes
Image, Identity and Consumer Culture in Post-war Fiction and Film
Postmodern: Pioneers and Practitioners in Italian Literature
Narrative and Identity: The German Novel

Doubles, Devils, and Deadly Spiders
:19th-Century Gothic Literature
Wanton Women: artists and writers of the French avant-garde
Blindness and Vision in French Culture
Dream Factories: Recent German Film

Text and Image in France: from Cubism to the Present
Shooting History: Dictatorship, Terror and Crime in Italian Film

Italian Fashion and Design

Visual Arts 5,000-word dissertation on your choice of topic 

And FOUR courses in Joint subject 


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