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İngiliz Dili ve Edebiyatı Doktora Programı

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  • Program tanımları
    Curriculum
     
    Required Courses


    ELIT 699 Ph.D. Dissertation NC
    ELIT 901-950 Special Studies NC

    Elective Courses

    ELIT 604 Interactions Between English and Other European Literatures (3-0)3
    ELIT 606 Psychology and Literature (3-0)3
    ELIT 607 Non-Western Contemporary Literatures (3-0)3
    ELIT 609 Research Methodology in Literary Studies (3-0)3
    ELIT 610 Literary Genres and Inter- Generic Relations (3-0)3
    ELIT 611 Contemporary Literary Theory (3-0)3
    ELIT 618 Women and Writing (3-0)3
    ELIT 619 Literature and Science (3-0)3
    ELIT 620 Selected Works from Turkish and English Literatures (3-0)3
    ELIT 621 Fiction: Selected Works (3-0)3
    ELIT 622 Drama: Selected Works (3-0)3
    ELIT 623 Poetry: Selected Works (3-0)3
     
    DESCRIPTION OF COURSES

    ELIT 604 Interactions Between English and Other European Literatures (3-0)3
    Interactions between English literature and Spanish, Italian, French, German and Russian Literatures from the Middle Ages to 20th century. This interaction is be studied in the light of social, political economic changes and philosophical and literary trends.
     
    ELIT 606 Psychology and Literature (3-0)3
    Analysis of the literary text as a key to the mechanisms of the psyche, the relationship between the text and author and reader. The texts are also studied as a part of a more general problem of dealing with the constitution of the self and its relationship with the other.
     
    ELIT 607 Non-Western Contemporary Literatures (3-0)3
    An introduction to contemporary Non-Western literatures with an emphasis on multicultural and multiethnic writers. The texts include the works of writers who write in English to reach a wider audience, as well as those translated into English. Emphasis on different authors in different semesters.
     
     ELIT 609 Research Methodology in Literary Studies (3-0)3
    Development of a disciplined and consistent approach to literary research, with emphasis on problems of locating, analyzing and interpreting data.
      
    ELIT 610 Literary Genres and Inter-Generic Relations (3-0)3
    Major narrative literary genres and inter-generic relations. Non-literary causes behind genres, and common formal literary devices among genres and their transformations.
      
    ELIT 611 Contemporary Literary Theory (3-0)3
    Recent literary theoretical concerns and their bearing upon writing, reading and criticism of literature. It examines, among others, the theoretical positions of new psychoanalytic, Marxist, feminist, deconstructionist, pheno- menological and new historicist criticism.
      
    ELIT 618 Women and Writing (3-0)3
    The relationship between women and the idea of "author" and "authority". How women writers try to find a space for writing in their own terms and the strategies they develop to be recognized in the male-dominated world of writing and publishing. The work of prominent feminist theorists as well as a wide selection of creative writers are examined.
      
    ELIT 619 Literature and Science (3-0)3
    The impact of scientific discoveries and theories on literature studied with an interdisciplinary approach.
      
    ELIT 620 Selected Works from Turkish and English Literature (3-0)3
    A study of Turkish and British works evincing similar generic and content features. Emphasis on different genres in different semesters.
      
    ELIT 621 Fiction: Selected Works (3-0)3
    A study of fiction as a literary genre through representative works from different periods.
      
    ELIT 622 Drama: Selected Works (3-0)3
    A study of drama as a literary genre through representative works from different periods.
     
     ELIT 623 Poetry: Selected Works (3-0)3
    A study of verse forms and types through representative works from different periods.
      
    ELIT 699 Ph.D. Dissertation NC
      
    ELIT 900-999 Special Topics NC

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