Level 2 courses in English will develop your knowledge of literary history and your skill in analysing language and literary form. These courses will provide a strong base for further study in English. Teaching is through lecture and small group tutorial.
Follow these links to find detailed information about the content of Level 2 courses. You can also access course materials, handbooks and the relevant WebCT pages.
All course choices should be made in consultation with your adviser of studies.
Level 2 Courses
From 2011-12 the courses required for students on the English programme are the following:
These courses replace EL2006 (Reading Shakespeare) and EL2511 (Revolution to Revolution: Literature, 1640-1750)
There are also a number of courses in language and linguistics. These courses do not count towards your credits for the English programme, but can provide a useful accompaniment to the study of literature.
- EL2010 Words and Meanings: Lexis and Semantics - Credit Points 15
- EL2302 Constructing Words and Meaning: Morphology - Credit Points 15
- EL2510 History of Language in the British Isles - Credit Points 15
- EL2802 Sounds of English - Credit Points 15
- LN2502 Ethnography for Language Learners - Credit Points 15
Language and linguistics can be studied as a joint programme with English or as single Honours. For more details click here