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  • Giriş gereklilikleri
    • If the candidates are graduates of an unrelated field or if there is uncertainty about their preparedness for the MA, they may be required to follow a preparation year by the Department of English Language and Literature. • This programme consists of 21 credits of course work and a seminar course followed by a dissertation of around 20000 words on an approved topic. The seminar course and the dissertation have no credits and students will be assessed “Fail” or “Pass”. • Candidates need to hold a BA degree in English Language and Literature or in related fields such as American Culture and Literature, Comparative Literature, English Language Teaching or Translation Studies. Candidates are required to take a subject evaluation exam (both written and oral) which is prepared by English Language and Literature Department. Candidates need to supply the following documents: • ALES score with a minimum VERBAL score of 55. • BA diploma and transcript. • Candidates need to obtain one of the following recognized English Language proficiency exams: - IELTS Academic Module 7.0 - Cambridge CAE - TOEFL Paper 600 - TOEFL Electronic 250
  • Program tanımları
    MA in ENGLISH LANGUAGE AND LITERATURE PROGRAMME
    GENERAL DESCRIPTION


    COURSE OBJECTIVES

    The Master of Arts Programme in English Language and Literature addresses a wide range of interests. The primary aim of the programme is to encourage a critical engagement with a wide range of literary and cultural theory as well as the social, historical and cultural contexts of British literature.
    The English-medium programme prepares candidates to pursue further academic study as well as careers: in education, in the media and communications, in theatre, and in business.

    Length of Study

    2 academic years (4 terms)

    Application Deadlines
    Subject evaluation exams take place in September and February during the academic year.

    DERS PROGRAMI

    3. ve 4. Yarıyıl
    Yüksek Lisans Tezi
     
    I.Yarıyıl
    Seçmeli Dersler

    Revenge Tragedy
    City Comedy
    Christopher Marlowe
    Special Studies in Literature
    Comedy of Humours
    Collaboration and the Art of Playwrighting
    Textual Variations
    Court Masques
    Readings in Literature
    William Blake
    G.B. Shaw: Plays and Criticism
    H.G. Wells
    Novel in the 1890s
    Oscar Wilde and Aestheticism
       
    II.Yarıyıl
    Seçmeli Dersler

    Shakespeare in Performance
    Mystery, Miracle and Morality Plays
    Contemporary Irish and Scottish Poetry
    Further Studies in Literature
    Drama from Ibsen to Brecht
    Postmodernist Drama
    Novel from Balzac to Dostoevsky
    Postmodernist Fiction
    Selected Topics in Literature
    War Poetry
    Rewriting Fiction
    Rewriting Drama
    Poetry and Politics
    Drama: Language and Politics
    Turn of the Century: fr. 1980 to the present
     
    I. Yarıyıl Ders Programı
    Theories of Literature and Culture I
    Research Methods
    Elective
    Elective

    II.Yarıyıl Ders Programı
    Theories of Literature and Culture II
    Seminar
    Elective
    Elective
       
     
    COURS DETAILS

    FIRST TERM:


    SENL 111 Theories of Literature and Culture I
    The course will examine seminal texts under the broad headings: Psychoanalysis; Phenomenology and Hermeneutics; Marxism; Deconstruction and Poststructuralism

    SENL 112 Research Methods
    The course aims to familiarise students with the methods of literary and cultural research in writing scholarly papers and the dissertation.

    ELECTIVES:

    SENL 180 Revenge Tragedy
    This course will examine the form and function of the revenge tragedy in Elizabethan and Jacobean drama by analysing the works of various playwrights.

    SENL 181 City Comedy
    By focusing on the works of playwrights such as Ben Jonson, Thomas Middleton and Thomas Dekker, this course will explore how Renaissance London and its citizens became the common material of satirical comedy in the seventeenth century.

    SENL 182 Christopher Marlowe
    A critical and historical approach to the plays and poems of Marlowe and some of his contemporaries.

    SENL 183 Special Studies in Literature
    The course focuses on topics of special literary and critical interest and may vary each academic year.

    SENL 184 Comedy of Humours
    The course explores the various manifestations and contexts of the genre developed by Jonson.

    SENL 185 Collaboration and the Art of Playwrighting
    This course will involve textual analysis of some of the many plays of the Elizabethan and Jacobean period which are attributed to more than one author and examine possible reasons for collaboration.

    SENL 186 Textual Variations
    An examination of how there is no one true text for many of the plays of the Early Modern period. This course will concentrate on the differences between published quarto versions of a particular text and determine how the variations may change the emphasis of the play.

    SENL 187 Court Masques
    This course aims at a socio-political analysis of Renaissance court entertainments.

    SENL 188 Readings in Literature
    Critical studies and close readings of selected texts and literary genres. It may vary each academic year.

    SENL 189 William Blake
    A close examination of the work and contexts of Blake.

    SENL 18A G.B. Shaw: Plays and Criticism
    A contextual study of the plays and criticism of Shaw.

    SENL 18B H.G. Wells
    A close examination of the novels and short stories of Wells and other turn of the century science fiction writers.

    SENL 18C Novel in the 1890’s
    Literary and social concerns in the novels of Hardy, Wells and Conrad with an emphasis on the relation of the writer to society will be explored.

    SENL 18D Oscar Wilde and Aestheticism
    A contextual study of the plays, poetry and prose writings of Wilde and other aesthetes.

    SECOND TERM:


    SENL 211 Theories of Literature and Culture II
    The course will examine seminal texts under the broad headings: Cultural Studies; Feminism; New Historicism; Postcolonialism; Race and Ethnicity.

    SENL 212 Seminar
    The aim of the non-credit graduate seminar offered by faculty and guest speakers is to widen the candidates’ critical awareness and perspectives.

    ELECTIVES:


    SENL 280 Shakespeare in Performance
    A study of the history of Shakespeare’s plays in performance from their first appearance on the Elizabethan stage to present-day performance by the Stratford-upon-Avon and London companies.

    SENL 281 Mystery, Miracle and Morality Plays
    The rise of drama in England with a close reading of the selected works.

    SENL 282 Contemporary Irish and Scottish Poetry
    An exploration of the literary, historical and political contexts of Irish and Scottish poetry.

    SENL 283 Further Studies in Literature
    The course focuses on issues of interest and may vary each academic year.

    SENL 284 Drama from Ibsen to Brecht
    Significant characteristics of modern drama will be studied with a close reading of the selected works excluding British Drama.

    SENL 285 Postmodernist Drama
    Based on a close reading of selected works, the course will examine postmodernist trends in drama.

    SENL 286 Novel from Balzac to Dostoevski
    The course will examine masterpieces of world novel from Balzac to Dostoevski.
     
    SENL 287 Postmodernist Fiction
    The course will examine postmodernist trends in the novel focusing on issues like historification, intertextuality, meta-fiction and contextualisation. Selected readings will include Fowles, Ackroyd, Winterson and Barth.

    SENL 288 Selected Topics in Literature
    An in-depth study of designated topics in literature which may vary each academic year.

    SENL 289 War Poetry
    An exploration of the literary, social, and political contexts of the poetry on war.

    SENL 28A Rewriting Fiction
    A contextual study of various texts which are in themselves adaptations, rewritings or translations of other texts.

    SENL 28B Rewriting Drama
    A contextual study of various plays which are in themselves adaptations, rewritings or translations of other texts.

    SENL 28C Poetry and Politics
    The course will explore the link between poetry and politics.

    SENL 28D Drama: Language and Politics
    The course will explore the link between drama and politics.

    SENL 28E Turn of the Century: fr. 1980 to the present
    The course will examine the literary, cultural, social, and political contexts of the novel, poetry, and theatre of the period.

    THIRD AND FOURTH TERM:

    SENL 390 Dissertation
    Upon completion of the required course work, students must write a dissertation, of around 20000 words, on an approved topic.


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