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Are you a fan of fantasy fiction? Or are you simply curious as to why the fantastic can be found all around us in the 21st century, from videogames and films to poetry, songs, television, novel series, and so-called 'mainstream' fiction? This programme allows you to engage with one of the most vibrant literary genres of the last two centuries - and a major cultural phenomenon of our time. Read more
The Masters focuses on the art and culture of the late 18th and early 19th centuries. a period of radical change and rancorous turmoil during which writers and artists forged works and ideals that continue to exert profound influences over the ways in which we think about our environments, selves and societies. Read more
Combine the literary theory of science fiction and fantasy with the study of their language and rhetoric, their various forms and subgenres and their place in the publishing industry on this interdisciplinary Masters course. Read more
Whether you simply enjoy Victorian literature or are looking to prepare for further research, the Victorian Literature pathway provides a comprehensive training in nineteenth-century literature and culture. Read more
Nurture your creativity with engaged critical study and analysis of literature for children and young adults. Transformative works from folklore, fantasy, nonfiction, poetry, and realism set rich contexts to your developing vision and voice. Read more
This MA programme is a 180 credit course. Overall, the dissertation is worth 1/3 of your final mark, the Authors take-home exam is worth another 1/3, and the course essays for Contexts and Options make up the final 1/3 of the final degree classification. Read more
Our researchers are internationally recognised experts in their fields, with three quarters of their research rated world leading, internationally excellent or internationally recognised in the latest Research Assessment Exercise. Read more
Harness the power of language and develop your distinctive voice as a writer. It was Hull where Philip Larkin lived and worked at the University's Bryon Jones Library for 30 years, writing most of his best work. Read more
Since 1451 the University of Glasgow have specialised in the arts and humanities, developing wide-ranging expertise and world-leading research.
As England’s 14-oldest university, we have a proud heritage of academic excellence, and a history of creating and inspiring life-changing research.