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Visiting student modules

For further information please e-mail the Departmental Secretary: english@warwick.ac.uk

Or visit the departmental web site: www.warwick.ac.uk/fac/arts/English/

The module listing below is for the 2008-09 academic year, and may be subject to alteration in subsequent years.

EN101 The Epic Tradition

EN105 Approaches to Reading in Englsh and French

EN121 Medieval to Renaissance English Literature

EN122 Modes of Reading

EN123 Literature in the Modern World

EN201 The European Novel EN204 Literature of World War II

EN213 U.S. Writing and Culture, 1780-1920

EN206 Comparatve Literature I: English and German Romanticism

EN213 U.S. Writing and Culture

EN223 North American Women Writers

EN227 Romantic and Victorian Poetry

EN228 Seventeenth-Century Literature and Culture

EN251 New Literatures in English

EN255 Anglo-Irish Literature

EN258 The Practice of Life-Writing

EN267 Literature, Environment, Ecology

EN268 Modernist Cultures

EN270 Transnational Feminism: Literature, Theory and Practice

EN301 Shakespeare and Selected Dramatists of His Time

EN302 European Theatre

EN328 English Literature and Feminisms 1780- 1899

EN330 Eighteenth Centuryt Literature

EN331 Poetry in English Since 1945

EN332 The Romantic Period Novel

EN337 Shakespeare from Page to Stage to Page

EN342 Shakespare's Special Topics - Teaching Shakespeare: A Practical Approach

EN343 Drama, Performance and Identity Post 1955

EN344 Representing Depression: Aesthestics, Insight and Activism

EN345 Shakespeare's Special Topics - Shakespeare's Later Collaborators I - The Plays on Screen from Bernhardt to Polanski

EN346 Shakespeare's Special Topics- Shakespeare's Later Collaborators II - The Plays on Screen since 1975

EN347 Shakespeare's Special Topics - On Trial: Shakespeare and the Law

AVAILABILITY OF DEPARTMENTS FOR PART-YEAR STUDENTS

The following table shows in which terms departments will (P) and will not (O) accept part-year students. However, please note that even where a department accepts part-year students for a particular term, not all the modules in that department are necessarily available in that term. Please check the details in the departmental lists of modules.

         

DEPARTMENT

AUTUMN

AUTUMN &

SPRING

SPRING &

SUMMER

NOTES

Arts

 

Classics

P

P

O

 

English

P

P

P

Module EN301: full year only

Film & Television

P

P

P

 

French

P

P

O

 

German

O

P

O

 

History

P

P

P

 

History of Art

P

P

P

 

Italian

P

P

O

 

Theatre Studies

P

P

O

Visiting students only, not exchange

Science

 

Biological Sciences

     

Varies for individual modules

Chemistry

P

P

O

For research projects only

Computer Science

     

Varies for individual modules

Engineering

O

O

P

Engineering exchange partners only

Mathematics

O

O

P

 

Physics

     

Varies for individual modules

Psychology

P

P

P

 

Statistics

     

Varies for individual modules

Social Studies

 

Economics

P

P

P

 

Law

P

P

P

Law School exchange partners only

Philosophy

     

Varies for individual modules

PAIS

P

P

O

 

Sociology

P

P

O

 

WBS

P

P

P

 

Non-Faculty

 

Language Centre

P

P

O

 


Methods of Assessment.
Special methods of assessment apply for part-year students who are not here for the exams in the Summer Term. In part, this is the reason why the availability of departments for part-year students varies, reflecting the way in which different departments structure their course content.

Spring Term. Because there are no approved methods of assessment, it is not possible to accept part-year students for the Spring Term only. Part-year students may attend for the Autumn and Spring Terms, or for the Spring and Summer Terms.

Summer Term. Because the Summer Term is mainly given over to exams, and very little teaching takes place, it is not possible to accept part-year students for the Summer Term only. Part-year students may attend for the Spring and Summer Terms, writing essays or taking exams as appropriate to the modules selected.