We offer a selection of taught Masters programmes.
Engage, closely and critically, with some of the key texts that have helped shape American self-perception and national self-image over the last 250 years.
Develop your creative and critical skills in fiction or poetry as part of a supportive community of intelligent readers and acute listeners.
Explore the theory and craft of writing for performance in a highly practical programme led by a professional playwright.
Literature and Society
This taught Masters degree introduces students to the relation between literary writing in English and political and social discourse in Britain and Ireland between the ‘Glorious Revolution’ of 1688 and the end of the 19th century.
Literature and Modernity: 1900 to the present
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.
Book History and Material Culture
This one-year taught postgraduate degree brings together theory and practice in new and innovative ways. The programme is distinctive for its integration of traditional bibliography, training in special collections, and advanced theoretical approaches. The MSc in Book History and Material Culture has been accredited by the Chartered Institute of Library and Information Professionals (CILIP).
MSc in Creative Writing by Online Learning
This programme has closed permanently to new students and will not be accepting any new students in the future. The information on these webpages relates to current students who have still to complete their degrees.