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MA Nineteenth Century Studies – Induction

Your induction session:

Your induction session will be held on Wednesday 28 September, 5pm – 7pm. Please go to room LP 0.26 on the ground floor of the Law and Psychology building.

As part of your session you’ll get to meet other students on your course and (hopefully) hear from some of our outgoing MA students.

If you’re unable to attend this induction session please contact your programme leader, Bob Nicholson, directly to arrange an induction meeting.

Welcome Fair:

The Students’ Union will be holding their Welcome Fair from 10am until 2pm on Wednesday 28 September. Find out more about their Welcome Fair on the Students’ Union website.

Important: Your modules

Welcome to MA Nineteenth Century Studies. We’re really looking forward to teaching you. In advance of your induction, we would like you to select the modules you hope to study during your time on the MA.

Step one

Please begin by watching this guidance video (55 mins) where you’ll find an overview of the degree and short videos from each tutor introducing you to their modules.

Step two

Please follow the link to this online form to submit your module choices.

If you have any questions or problems then please contact the MA 19th Century Studies Programme Leader: [email protected]

Semester One

For Semester One please select one of the following modules

LIT4001: Romantic Movements

LIT4006: Theatre and Theatricality

Semester Two

For Semester Two please select two of the following modules

LIT4002: Victorian Decades

LIT4003: Entertaining the Victorians

HUM4058: Crime, Criminal Justice and The City

Other options

You can choose to swap out one of your option modules for LIT4005, a year-long placement/project-based module. Please note that this module does not have formal, timetabled teaching sessions. You will be supported by a supervisor and it will be up to you to take the lead in managing your work.

Please get in touch to discuss your plans for this module with a tutor before selecting it.

LIT4005: Working on the Nineteenth Century

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Any questions?

If you have any questions about your Induction timetable, please contact the Think Edge Hill Team.