Tina Kover, Snuggly Books, , I am also intersted in Creative Writing and contemporary French literature and would be happy to supervise students with an interest in 21 st -century French fiction. Develop critical faculties in relation to existing literature on the topic area Understand the importance of using appropiate methodology in approaching a research project, and to conduct self-directed learning. Any changes of topic must be approved by the supervisor. Dr Ita Mac Carthy. My final year module not available in is Tilting at Windmills:
By providing experience in planning, documenting, and writing an extended piece of work, the TLRP will increase the facility of students to express themselves at a suitable academic level in the target language, and will offer experience in presenting and referencing a piece of writing according to standard academic conventions. I have publishes on Dante, Petrarch, Boccaccio, Italian literature and culture before Dante and its relationship with the Occitan tradition, classical reception in Italian literature, the history of Romance languages, textual criticism, the theory and practice of intertextuality, cultural relations in 20th-century Italy. Previous dissertations have focused on museum studies, contemporary art practice, photographic theory, critical theory, urban history and culture, film studies, cultural sociology, and cultures of energy. I speak Spanish, German and French and am happy to supervise across languages. I have read the module guides and have the necessary prerequisite qualification s to take all the modules selected above and have checked that there are no timetabling clashes to prevent full attendance at teaching commitments. I also research in intellectual history. Group presentations in peer-review contexts on topics covering a range of methodological issues.
My research focusses on Caribbean and Mexican cultures. I would be happy to supervise projects on topics across these fields, including Catalan culture. Further details of what these might look like are outlined in the dissertation handbook, available on DUO. On Research Leavenot available for Dissertation supervision My research focuses on eighteenth-century French theatre and libertine writings.
Students studying one language at final year will be required to complete a long TLRP. My research has several strands, focusing on 20th- and 21st-century word and image moving and still imagesbroadly defined as literature and visual culture. I welcome research proposals from students interested in: Students must submit the online dissertation proposal form by a deadline towards the end of Easter term.
The current handbook year is Academic Year Department: I would be happy to supervise dissertation projects that develop from your study of Russian literature and culture in such modules as Understanding Russia: The mark is reached by a diversity of methods, depending on the module.
Since module choices are also likely to be affected by the allocated dissertation topic, the student will also be asked to rank optional module choices corresponding to each proposal.
In each instance, comments and feedback will be given to the student on standardized TLRP feedback forms.
I would be happy to supervise dissertations focusing on many authors, topics and themes, or comparative projects in the broad fields of contemporary literature and culture. I have an additional specialism in literature and religion, particularly literary and filmic representations of Islamism from the Middle East and North Africa.
Beneath each proposed topic and accompanying list of pre- and corequisites. Since staff absence will be a principal cause of non-allocation, you should align each proposal to the research specialism of a different supervisor. My research interests lie in sixteenth- and seventeenth-century French and comparative literature.
My research interests include eighteenth- early nineteenth- and early twentieth-century Russian literature and cultural history, cultural semiotics, history of cultural import, material culture and gender studies. I am particularly interested in the relationship between philosophy and literature and in questions of nationalism and exoticism, as well as in pre-Freudian ideas about the unconscious.
The module aims to offer students an opportunity to gain in-depth knowledge of an aspect or aspects of their studies by researching and writing a research project in the target language in an area in which the School can offer specialized supervision.
Teaching will primarily take the form of group presentations, consisting of short student presentations on topics including formulating a research proposal, methodology, and finding evidence. My research is on nineteenth and twentieth century German and Austrian visual culture, literature and thought, with a particular interest in the early twentieth century. On Research Leavenot available for Dissertation supervision My research focuses on nineteenth-century literature, cinema and creative writing.
School of Modern Languages & Cultures : Study and Assessment – Durham University
My final year module not available in is Tilting at Windmills: I am happy unuversity co-supervise dissertations on European film. I have also written about some of the ways in which Russian poetry comes into contact with other media, such as painting and cinema. Your proposal can be based on a specific film director, actor or genre, but also on specific themes or theoretical approaches. My final-year module is The F-Word: To provide invaluable practice for those students wishing to progress to postgraduate study.
Target Language Research Project
More broadly, I work on Golden Age drama and its relationship to the contradictory socio-cultural environment that informs it. I am particularly interested in transnational language use, syntactic change and language policy in migration contexts.
I speak Spanish, German and French and am happy to supervise across languages. I am happy to dissfrtation on topics across seventeenth- and eighteenth-century French culture, and I am especially keen to work with students who engage with theory. My main area of study is contemporary Spanish film and popular culture. My final-year module not available in is Doing the Right Thing: Supervision In durbam to online materials accessible via the Library, materials for each topic area will be made available on DUO, and if students are travelling to destinations where internet access is limited, they will be expected to make sensible use of these in advance.