This taught Masters programme considers the ways literature since 1900 has sought to change and ‘modernise’ itself, in the context of wider developments of modernity characterising the age.
A summary of the key themes in this taught Masters together with a listing of the staff who teach on it.
The ultimate aim of the programme is to produce graduates who can understand the cultural and politics of today’s Britain by placing them in a long historical perspective.
Details of the core courses and option courses you will take for this programme.
You can apply online for this MSc programme.
The programme is assessed on the basis of a dissertation and taught course essays.
Edinburgh is uniquely suited as a place in which to study the relation of literature to modernity.
This article was published on Sep 9, 2013