|Faculty:||School of English & Journalism, School of History & Heritage
|Field of Study:||English Language and Literature, General
|Description:||This English and History degree invites students to consider literature and the past from a variety of theoretical, historical, and cultural perspectives. This course offers a broad study of history, combined with the study of Victorian literature, Modernism, Romanticism, and 21st-century writing, taking a global perspective.
Students have the opportunity to study American authors and world literature, and can choose to study modules in ancient and late modern periods covering Britain, Europe, and the United States. A variety of sources are explored during the course including newspapers, films, novels, works of art, architecture, and oral testimony. English modules introduce poetry, fiction, drama, literary history, theory, and criticism including texts and authors from the early 18th-century to the present.