RICHARD L. W. CLARKE


 

 

 

LITS3301 ISSUES IN CRITICISM
 

COURSE ARCHIVE

2012-2013

2011-2012

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THUMBNAIL DESCRIPTION

An exploration of selected topics in critical theory / aesthetics and related philosophical fields such as the audience, authorship, (literary) form, (literary) history, representation, identity, language, etc. [Prereq.: LITS2306]

DETAILLED DESCRIPTION

The goal of this course is to

LEARNING OUTCOMES

By the end of the semester, students should have:

 

PREREQUISITES

A pass in LITS2306 History of Criticism Because LITS2306 History of Criticism provides an indispensable foundation for this course, it is in studentsí interest to register for this course only when this prerequisite has been met.

ASSESSMENT

Seminar Participation and / or Presentation(s) and / or Response(s): 10%

Term Paper: 30%

Final Examination: 60% (2 questions in 2 hours)

Please note that, whatever the final mark, students must pass at least one question in the final exam to pass any course in Literatures in English.  Failures of this sort are denoted by FE ('Failed Exam') on the grade slip.

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