The MRes programme focuses on research and, as such, is broken down into three modules and a thesis, totalling 180 credits:
The course aims to ensure that, at the end of the programme, you are able to:
- Deploy relevant methodologies and theoretical discourses - Elaborate critical positions and engage in debate on a broad range of texts and disciplinary fields - Carry out independent research, even as a foundation for doctoral study
The programme provides you with sophisticated theoretical frameworks and methodologies with which to approach issues of sexuality and gender in a range of texts (literary, visual, film, dramatic) and in socio-cultural contexts. It ensures a solid methodological foundation for your own exploration of sexuality and/ or gender in your chosen area.
It also gives you the opportunity to specialise in the following (and other) chosen disciplines:
History of Art Cultural Studies Modern Languages English History Social Science Education