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Full Time Masters Degrees in Languages, Literature & Culture, Norwich, United Kingdom

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The course provides students with detailed knowledge of the visual arts, contemporary and historical, of the three geographical areas (Africa, Oceania and the Americas). Read more
The course provides students with detailed knowledge of the visual arts, contemporary and historical, of the three geographical areas (Africa, Oceania and the Americas). It also highlights the methodological and theoretical issues involved in their analysis and display, both in their original contexts and in the contexts of museums and exhibitions.

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The MA in American Studies offers you the opportunity to develop an expertise in American literature and social and cultural history. Read more
The MA in American Studies offers you the opportunity to develop an expertise in American literature and social and cultural history. Your studies will equip you with the methodological training you need to pursue your interest in America from different disciplinary perspectives.

The world-leading department has particular strengths in race, gender and identity, civil liberties, American cities, American landscape and the environment, popular culture, and comparative American Studies.

The MA in American Studies develops the critical powers you acquired as an undergraduate and provides the rigorous preparation needed for future employment or as preparation for doctoral research.

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What do Karl Knausgård, Valeria Luiselli, and Clarice Lispector have in common with Jo Nesbø, Georg Trakl, and Yoko Tawada? They’ve all been translated into English by graduates from the MA in Literary Translation at UEA!. Read more
What do Karl Knausgård, Valeria Luiselli, and Clarice Lispector have in common with Jo Nesbø, Georg Trakl, and Yoko Tawada? They’ve all been translated into English by graduates from the MA in Literary Translation at UEA!

The course focuses exclusively on literary translation and combines translation practice with translation theory. Recently described by its external examiner Dr Francis Jones as 'deservedly a UK leader in literary translation studies', this innovative course has been training literary translators for nearly two decades.

At its heart is a lively programme of literary translation workshops taught by leading practitioners in the field, including Daniel Hahn, Don Bartlett and George Szirtes, and emerging literary figures such as Romy Fursland, and Rosalind Harvey, founder of the Emerging Translators. Our students have gone on to become award-winning translators, writers, editors and academics.

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Translation is a huge growth industry. The demand for well-qualified translators is steadily increasing across the globe. This course applies the theory of translation in a wide range of practical ways. Read more
Translation is a huge growth industry. The demand for well-qualified translators is steadily increasing across the globe. This course applies the theory of translation in a wide range of practical ways.

Train using technological tools that professionals use daily. You can also specialise in Professional Translation (work experience, specialised technical and ethical knowledge of the translation profession), or Forensic Linguistics and Translation (translation when witnessing, experiencing or judging crime) through optional pathways through the MA. Translation workshops, from professional translator mentors, create an effective bridge with the translation industry.

Our established experience in Applied Translation Studies demonstrates the value of catering for students with a very wide range of language pairs, one of which is always English. On completing the MA, you will be well qualified to move into the profession or into postgraduate research.

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The MA in Biography and Creative Non-Fiction is for anyone seeking to develop their writing in the increasingly diverse and exciting genre of non-fiction. Read more
The MA in Biography and Creative Non-Fiction is for anyone seeking to develop their writing in the increasingly diverse and exciting genre of non-fiction.

UEA is the country's leading university for the teaching of Creative Writing. The course, which runs for one year (full-time) or two years (part-time), is taught by Kathryn Hughes, Ian Thomson and Helen Smith, all of whom have won major literary awards.

Teaching is by 3 hour seminar during which you may discuss a set text, present a paper on a recent work of non-fiction or workshop your own writing. You will take two modules in the first semester and two in the second (one each semester for part-timers). You will submit a 15,000 word dissertation at the end of the summer.

During the year you will meet agents and publishers, hear talks by distinguished non-fiction writers and write a piece to be published in the annual student anthology.

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This innovative MA allows you to participate in an on-going dynamic of thinking, reading, and writing with 20th- and 21st-century texts, and to focus on the interrelation of literary, critical, and theoretical works. Read more
This innovative MA allows you to participate in an on-going dynamic of thinking, reading, and writing with 20th- and 21st-century texts, and to focus on the interrelation of literary, critical, and theoretical works. At its heart is the belief that the critical study of literature can also be inventive.

There are two core modules. Living Modernism is devoted to the radical experiments of early 20th-century writing and the ways such experiments continue to resonate in the 21st century. Archiving the Contemporary explores contemporary writing in its engagement with the literary conventions, cultural heritage, philosophical traditions, and political ideologies it so vigorously interrogates. You will pursue further philosophical, critical, and creative-critical approaches through the choice of optional modules.

Students also have access to the UEA-based British Archive for Contemporary Writing, which includes material from Doris Lessing, J. D. Salinger, Nadine Gordimer, and many others.

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If you have a degree but little experience in the study of art history, archaeology, and anthropology, this programme will prepare you for postgraduate study in the field. Read more
If you have a degree but little experience in the study of art history, archaeology, and anthropology, this programme will prepare you for postgraduate study in the field. Students choose from the full range of undergraduate modules offered in the School to build a unique programme tailored to their interests.

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This MA programme is aimed at those who wish to develop critical understanding about issues in Second Language Education around the world. Read more
This MA programme is aimed at those who wish to develop critical understanding about issues in Second Language Education around the world. The course will help you to understand key theoretical issues and debates related to English as an International Language, policy making, planning, teaching and learning second languages and innovation, both in the international and national arenas.

We welcome those who are qualified teachers and practitioners or graduates new to studying this field. Whatever your background, if you have experience of learning a second language and an interest in second language education, the MA programme will help you to further develop knowledge about current issues and trends in policy development and practice.

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