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35016-02 - Proseminar: Introduction I: Literary Studies 3 KP

Semester Herbstsemester 2020
Angebotsmuster Jedes Herbstsemester
Dozierende Balazs Rapcsak (balazs.rapcsak@unibas.ch, BeurteilerIn)
Inhalt This course offers an introduction to the study of literature. Details will be announced at the beginning of term.
Lernziele Students will acquire the methodological tools necessary for the analysis of literary texts. The course will focus on the three main genres of fiction (poetry, prose and drama) and introduce students to important periods in literary history (from Early Modern to the present). In addition, students will become acquainted with the basics of film analysis. They will also learn how to conduct research and how to engage in academic discourse.
Literatur - Shakespeare, William. "Twelfth Night". London: Arden (3rd Series), 2008.
- Brontë, Emily: "Wuthering Heights". London: Penguin Classics, 2003.
- "The Big Lebowski". Dir. Joel Coen. DVD/Blu-ray

Please note specific editions!

The specified editions of books will be available for purchase from 'Labyrinth' (Nadelberg 17) and should be purchased during the first week of classes. All further texts will be made available on ADAM and the film will be screened during the semester.
Weblink ADAM

 

Teilnahmebedingungen Open to 1st semester students. No specific preparation required.
Anmeldung zur Lehrveranstaltung Please enroll in your preferred section via Doodle: make sure you write your full name (first & last name) to avoid confusion, though you will also be asked to input your email address. As places are limited for each section, students are encouraged to sign up as soon as possible to secure their preferred time slot. Note: once a section is fully booked, you will need to sign up for one of the alternative sections. Please also note that the attendance list for the section will be based on the Doodle (and not online services). Online registration will be open as of August 1.

https://doodle.com/poll/ctuvdayef5caf28i

Once you have signed up on Doodle, please then register electronically for the corresponding section in MOnA - the system that allows you to receive your credit points and access the course readings (which differ from section to section) via ADAM.

Please ensure that you have only registered for ONE of the parallel sections. Students registered for more than one section will be assigned to one of the sections by the instructors on September 8.
Unterrichtssprache Englisch
Einsatz digitaler Medien Online-Angebot obligatorisch

 

Intervall wöchentlich
Datum 14.09.2020 – 14.12.2020
Zeit Montag, 16.15-18.00 Nadelberg 6, Raum 11
Datum Zeit Raum
Montag 14.09.2020 16.15-18.00 Uhr Nadelberg 6, Raum 11
Montag 21.09.2020 16.15-18.00 Uhr Nadelberg 6, Raum 11
Montag 28.09.2020 16.15-18.00 Uhr Nadelberg 6, Raum 11
Montag 05.10.2020 16.15-18.00 Uhr Nadelberg 6, Raum 11
Montag 12.10.2020 16.15-18.00 Uhr Nadelberg 6, Raum 11
Montag 19.10.2020 16.15-18.00 Uhr Nadelberg 6, Raum 11
Montag 26.10.2020 16.15-18.00 Uhr Nadelberg 6, Raum 11
Montag 02.11.2020 16.15-18.00 Uhr Nadelberg 6, Raum 11
Montag 09.11.2020 16.15-18.00 Uhr Nadelberg 6, Raum 11
Montag 16.11.2020 16.15-18.00 Uhr Nadelberg 6, Raum 11
Montag 23.11.2020 16.15-18.00 Uhr Nadelberg 6, Raum 11
Montag 30.11.2020 16.15-18.00 Uhr Nadelberg 6, Raum 11
Montag 07.12.2020 16.15-18.00 Uhr Nadelberg 6, Raum 11
Montag 14.12.2020 16.15-18.00 Uhr Nadelberg 6, Raum 11
Module Modul: Introduction to Anglophone Literary and Cultural Studies (Bachelor Studienfach Englisch)
Leistungsüberprüfung Lehrveranst.-begleitend
Hinweise zur Leistungsüberprüfung Regular attendance, active participation, reading quizzes (in some sections), one critical paper
An-/Abmeldung zur Leistungsüberprüfung Anmelden: Belegen; Abmelden: nicht erforderlich
Wiederholungsprüfung keine Wiederholungsprüfung
Skala Pass / Fail
Wiederholtes Belegen beliebig wiederholbar
Zuständige Fakultät Philosophisch-Historische Fakultät, studadmin-philhist@unibas.ch
Anbietende Organisationseinheit Fachbereich Englische Sprach- und Literaturwissenschaft

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