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Information for current students

SMLLC Teaching Timetables 2016-2017

Teaching

Essay Deadlines for 2016-17 (see the Moodle pages)
Referencing Guidelines
Who can help?
List of Course Convenors 2016-17
Handbooks and course lists

Advice

Research support
Staff Office hours 
Year Abroad (YA)
Student-Staff Committee
Online forms 
Plagiarism

Submission of work -  You can now submit your assessed work to Turnitin through your Moodle courses pages.
You can find the Avoiding Plagiarism/Using Turnitin course for Students here.  You should navigate to the topic 'How to use Turnitin Direct', which contains the updated guide and FAQ. 

Other information

Societies
TEFL 2016/17 Course Information here

First-Year Courses

French
FR1004 Skills and Techniques for Translation
FR1009 Pratique du Français I  
FR1010 Intensive French for Beginners
FR1105 The Visual Image in French Culture and Society
FR1111 Introduction to French Literature: Critical Skills
FR1112 The Individual and Society Key Works
FR1114 Decoding France: Language, Culture, Identity

German
GM1009 German Language I
GM1010 Intensive German Beginners
GM1120 Introduction to German Studies
GM1122 German History and Culture

Hispanic Studies
SN1002 Introduction to Translation from English to Spanish and Spanish to English
SN1001 Spanish I
SN1010 Intensive Spanish I
SN1101 Passion and Betrayal on the Spanish Stage
SN1102 Text and Image In The Hispanic World
SN1105 Culture and Identity in Latin America
SN1109 Comparative Hispanic Culture 
SN1119 Visualising Cuba: Text, Image and Representation

Italian
IT1000 Intensive Italian for Beginners
IT1050 Advanced Italian
IT1230 Politics, Religion, and Love: the Italian Three Crowns (Dante, Petrarch, and Boccaccio)
IT1950 Building the Italian Nation: Heroes and anti-Heroes from Pinocchio to The Leopard
IT1980 Fascist Italy 

CLC 
ML1101 International Film 1: Contexts and Practices
ML1203 Reading Texts: Criticism for Comparative Literature
ML1204 Tales of the City: Introduction to Thematic Analysis
ML1205 Introduction to Literary Genre: Tragedy
ML1102 The Birth of Film
ML1301 Visual Arts 1: An Introduction to Visual Media
FR1105 The Visual Image in French Culture and Society
GM1120 Introduction to German Studies
SN1101 Passion and Betrayal on the Spanish Stage
SN1102 Text and Image in the Hispanic World
SN1105 Culture and Identity in Latin America
SN1109 Comparative Hispanic Culture
SN1119 Visualising Cuba: Text, Image and Representation
IT1230 The Heritage of Dante and the Renaissance
IT1950 Building the Italian Nation: from Pinocchio to The Leopard
IT1980 Fascist Italy

Liberal Arts
LA 1000 Cultural Encounters

Second-Year Courses

French
FR2004 Approaches to Translation Work
FR2005: Socio-Political Issues of Contemporary France in Fiction and Translation
FR2009 Pratique du français II
FR2102 Writing Romance and Desire
FR2104 Culture and Ideology: La France et la Francophonie
FR2106 Cinema in France

German
GM2009 German Language II
GM2010 Intensive German Beginners II
GM2122 Death, Desire, Decline: Thomas Mann and Franz Kafka 
GM2123 Love and Marriage in Novels of Fontane
GM2124 Representations of Childhood and Youth in Modern German Culture 

Hispanic Studies
SN2001 Spanish II
SN2010 Intensive Spanish II
SN2011 Principles & Practice of Translation: Spanish to English
SN2012 Principles & Practice of Translation: English to Spanish
SN2013 Constructing Identity in Contemporary Spanish Film
SN2109 Myths of the Feminine in the Spanish Novel
SN2122 Rebels, Revolution & Rebellion in Latin America
SN2113 Twentieth Century Mexican Visual Arts and Film
SN2118 Religion and Society in the 16th- and 17th Century Hispanic World 

Italian
IT2000 Advanced Italian II for Post Beginners
IT2050 Advanced Italian II
IT2230 Dantes Comedy - Themes and Ideas
IT2340 Postwar Italian Cinema: the Auteur tradition
IT2400 Art and Literature in Renaissance Florence
IT2840 Italian Crime Fiction
ML2301 Boccaccio – Decameron

CLC 
ML2206 Histories of Representation
ML2207 Critical and Comparative Approaches
ML2101 International Film II: Readings and Representations
ML2205 A Special Theme in the Novel: Transgressions
ML2301 Boccaccio – Decameron  
ML2302 Visual Arts 2: Genres and Movements
ML2305 Deviance, Defiance and Disorder in Early Modern Spanish and French Literature
ML2403 Gender and Clothing in Twentieth-Century Literature and Culture  
FR2102 Writing Romance and Desire
FR2106 Cinema in France: from Modernism to the Postmodern
GM2122 Death, Desire, Decline: Thomas Mann and Franz Kafka 
GM2123 Love and Marriage in Major Novels by Theodor Fontane
GM2124 Representations of Childhood and Youth in Modern German Culture 
IT2230 Dantes Comedy - Themes and Ideas
IT2340 Postwar Italian Cinema
IT2400 Art and Literature in Renaissance Florence
IT2840 Italian Crime Fiction
SN2013 Constructing Identity in Contemporary Spanish Film
SN2109 Myths of the Feminine in the Spanish Novel
SN2113 Twentieth Century Mexican Visual Arts and Film
SN2122 Rebels, Revolution & Rebellion in Latin America

Liberal Arts
LA2000 Power and Dissent 

Final-Year courses

French  
FR3003 Advanced Translating Skills
FR3009 Pratique du français III
FR3119 Dissertation
FR3102 Arthurian Romance: Chrétien de Troyes
FR3113 Text and Image in France: from Cubism to the Present
FR3114 Ethics and Violence: Murder, Suicide and Genocide in Literature and Film 
FR3119 French Final Year dissertation
FR3120 Wanton Women: artists and writers of the French avant-garde
FR3123 Deadly Passions Tragedy in Seventeeth-Century France
FR3124 Blindness and Vision in French Culture

German
GM3009 German Language III
GM3129 German Dissertation
GM3130 Doubles, Devils, and Deadly Spiders: 19th -century German Gothic Literature
GM3131 Narrative and Identity: The German Novel from the 18th to the 21st Century
GM3132 Dream Factories: Recent German Film

Hispanic Studies
SN3001 SPANISH III
SN3002 Advanced Literary Translation from Spanish to English and English to Spanish
SN3108* Research project
SN3109 Short Fiction by Spanish Woman Writers
SN3111 Contemporary Mexican Cinema
SN3112 Spanish American Literature: An Overview
SN3113* Dissertation
SN3118 Seducing the Nation Spanish Film 1940s to 80s
SN3121 Devotion, Deceit, Desire: Literature of the Spanish Golden Age
SN3122 Horror Cinema in the Hispanic World
ML3204 The Gothic Mode in Spanish and English Literature
ML3304 The Gothic Mode in Spanish and English Literature (Dissertation)

Italian
IT3009 Advanced Italian III
IT3230 Dante – The Divine Comedy – Paradiso
IT3860 Shooting History: Dictatorship, Terror and Crime in Italian Film  
IT3980 Italian Fashion and Design  
IT3430 Of Women, knights, Weapons and Love: The Italian chivalric tradition
IT3990 The Postmodern in Italian Literature Pioneers, Practitioners and Critics
ML3202 From Aestheticism to the Avant-Garde 

CLC
ML3202 From Aestheticism to the Avant-Garde 
ML3204 The Gothic Mode in Spanish and English Literature
ML3207 Transnational Cinema
ML3208 Research-led 5000-word dissertation on your choice of topic 
ML3211 Visual Arts research-led 5000-word dissertation on your choice of topic
ML3212 Humans and Other Animals in Twenty-First Century Fiction and Thought
FR3102 Arthurian Romance: Chrétien de Troyes
FR3113 Text and Image in France: from Cubism to the Present
FR3114 Ethics and Violence: Murder, Suicide and Genocide in Literature and Film 
FR3120 Wanton Women: Artists and Writers of the French Avant-Garde
FR3124 Blindness and Vision in French Culture
GM3130 Doubles, Devils, and Deadly Spiders
GM3131 Narrative and Identity: The German Novel
GM3132 Dream Factories: Recent German Film
IT3230 Dante: Divine Comedy (Paradiso)
IT3430 Of Women, knights, Weapons and Love: The Italian chivalric tradition
IT3860 Shooting History: Dictatorship, Terror and Crime in Italian Film
IT3980 Italian Fashion and Design
IT3990 The Postmodern in Italian Literature Pioneers, Practitioners and Critics
SN3111 Contemporary Mexican Cinema
SN3121 Devotion, Deceit, Desire: Literature of the Spanish Golden Age
SN3122 Horror Cinema in the Hispanic World

WELCOME WEEK 2016

Congratulations on joining the School of Modern Languages, Literatures and Cultures at Royal Holloway University of London.

Welcome Week 2016:
Monday 19 September - Friday 23 September

All students are expected to be on campus by Monday 19 September at the latest.

If for any reason you are not here by this date, please get in contact with the School of Modern Languages office, c.thorin@rhul.ac.uk or ModLangAdmin@rhul.ac.uk

During Welcome Week you should attend the induction sessions and other activities which are relevant to you. 

SMLLC Welcome Week Schedule 2016

To help you find your way around, do have a look at the Campus Map.

See also What's on in Welcome Week

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