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Information for current students

SMLLC Teaching Timetables 2013-2014

Year 1 timetable|   - updated 24-JAN-2014

Year 2 timetable| - updated 13-JAN-2014

Year 4 timetable| -  updated 24-JAN-2014 

Weeks list 2013-14|

Advice

Research support|
Staff Office hours 2013-14
|Year Abroad (PRA)|
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 2014| - Course information  here

First-Year Courses

French
FR1009 Pratique du Français I|  
FR1004 La langue française: du texte à l’oral
|FR1110 Introduction to French Literature: A Taster Course
FR1111 Introduction to French Literature: Critical Skil|ls
FR1112
FR1114

FR1105 The Visual Image in French Culture and Society|

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

Hispanic Studies
SN1001 Spanish I
|SN1010 Intensive Spanish I
|SN1101 Modern Spanish Theatre
|SN1002 Introduction to Translation from English to Spanish and Spanish to English
|SN1102 Text and Image in the Hispanic World
|SN1105 Culture and Identity in Latin America
|SN1108 Authors and readers in 20thcentury Spanish American Fiction
|SN1109 Comparative Hispanic Culture 

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: Contexts and Practices
|ML1203 Comparative Textual Analysis
|ML1204 A Special Theme in European Culture: The City|
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
|FR1110: Introduction to French Literature: A Taster Course
GM1120: Introduction to German Studies
|SN1102 Text and Image in the Hispanic World
|SN1105 Culture and Identity in Latin America
|SN1108 Authors and Readers in 20th-Century Spanish American Fiction
|SN1109 Comparative Hispanic Culture
IT1230 The Heritage of Dante and the Renaissance
|IT1950 Building the Italian Nation: from Pinocchio to| The Leopard
IT1980 Fascist Italy

 

Second-Year Courses

French
FR2009| Pratique du français II
FR2004 Introduction to Translation 
|FR2005: Socio-Political Issues of Contemporary France in Fiction and Translation|
FR2102| Writing Romance and Desire
FR2104 Culture and Ideology: La France et la Francophonie|
FR2106 Cinema in France
FR2107 The Illustrated Text in France|

German
GM2009 German Language 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
|SN2113 Twentieth Century Mexican Visual Arts and Film
|SN2118 Religion and Society in the 16th- and 17th Century Hispanic World
|SN2120 Love in the Contemporary Spanish American Novel
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Italian
IT2000 Advanced Italian II for Post Beginners
|IT2050 Advanced Italian II (compulsory unit)
|IT2230 Dante’s Comedy – Themes and Ideas| 
IT2340 Postwar Italian Cinema: the Auteur tradition
|IT2400 Art and Literature in Renaissance Florence
|IT2500 Renaissance Transgressions| 
IT2840 Italian Crime Fiction
|ML2301 Boccaccio – Decameron |

CLC
ML2302 Visual Arts 2: Genres and Movements
|ML2206 Histories of Representation
|ML2207 Critical and Comparative Approaches
|ML2101 International Film II: Readings and Representations
|ML2205 A Special Theme in the Novel: Transgressions
|ML2302 Visual Arts 2: Genres and Movements
|ML2403 Gender and Clothing in Twentieth-Century Literature and Culture  
|FR2102 Writing Romance and Desire
|FR2106 Cinema in France: from Modernism to the Postmodern
GM2123 Love and Marriage in Major Novels by Theodor Fontane
|GM2124 Representations of Childhood and Youth in Modern German Culture 
|SN2013 Constructing Identity in Contemporary Spanish Film
SN2120 Love in the Contemporary Spanish American Novel
|IT2230 Dante’s Divine Comedy – Themes and Ideas
|IT2340 Postwar Italian Cinema
|IT2500 Renaissance Transgressions
|IT2840 Italian Crime Fiction
|ML2301 Boccaccio – Decameron|  

 

Final-Year courses

 French
FR3009 Pratique du français III  
|FR3003 Advanced Translating Skills
|FR3119 Dissertation
FR3102 Arthurian Romance: Chrétien de Troyes
|FR3112 Image, Identity and Consumer Culture in Post-war Fiction and Film
|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
|FR3122  Representations of Slavery in French and Francophone Culture
|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 Ce|ntury
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
|SN3119 Literature and Conflict in 20th -Century Latin America
SN3120 Journey of Discovery in 20th-Century Spanish American Fiction 
|ML3204 The Gothic Mode in Spanish and English Fiction
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Italian
IT3009 Advanced Italian III
|IT3230 Dante – The Divine Comedy –| Paradiso
IT3430 Of Women, Knights, Weapons and Loves: the Italian chivalric tradition
|IT3860 Shooting History: Dictatorship, Terror and Crime in Italian Film|  
IT3980 Italian Fashion and Design  
|IT3630 Link Essay
IT3900 Approved Topic 
ML3202 From Aestheticism to the Avant-Garde| 

 CLC
ML3202/ML3302 From Aestheticism to the Avant-Garde 
|ML3204/  ML3304 The Gothic Mode in Spanish and English Fiction
|ML3205 Trends in Contemporary Theory
|ML3207/ML3307 Transnational Cinema
|ML3208: CLC dissertation
ML3209/ ML3309 Colonizers, Creoles and Exiles: Comparative Postcolonial Literature
|FR3102 Arthurian Romance: Chrétien de Troyes
|FR3112 Image, Identity and Consumer Culture in Postwar Fiction and Film
|FR3113 Text and Image in France: from Cubism to the Present
FR3120 Wanton Women: Artists and Writers of the French Avant-Garde
|GM3130 Doubles, Devils, and Deadly Spiders
|GM3131 Narrative and Identity: The German Novel
|GM3132 Dream Factories: Recent German Film
|IT3230 Dante: Divine Comedy (Paradiso)
|IT3860 Shooting History: Dictatorship, Terror and Crime in Italian Film
|IT3980 Italian Fashion and Design
|IT3430 Of Women, Knights, Weapons and Loves: The Italian Chivalric Tradition|

 

Postgraduate

Current students are directed to the SMLLC PG space: spaces.rhul.ac.uk|

 

  

 

 

 
 
 
 

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