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HART3027 Contested Bodies Gender and Power in the Renaissance

This module explores the United States' bold but disastrous experiment with Prohibition during the period 1918 to 1933, with particular focus on crime, disorder and policing, as well as Race,…

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AMCS3024 Prohibition America

This module explores the United States' bold but disastrous experiment with Prohibition during the period 1918 to 1933, with particular focus on crime, disorder and policing, as well as Race,…

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HART2036 Art at the Tudor Courts 1485-1603

This course will provide an introduction to visual art at the Tudor courts, from the accession of Henry VII in 1485 to the death of Elizabeth I in 1603. In doing so, it takes account of a wide range…

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HART1034 Art & Architecture in Nottingham

This module explores Nottingham’s creative past and present through the study of its art and architecture. It is structured around weekly site visits, which allow students to study a wide range…

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HART1036 History of Art Renaissance to Revolution

This module surveys a broad range of art (across different media) and architecture from the Renaissance to the Age of Revolutions (c.1789). The module will discuss individual artists and works and…

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AMCS2038 America’s Borders: Culture at the Limits

This module offers a hemispheric approach to North America by focusing on the history and culture of two significant borderlands regions, the Canada-US border and the Mexico-US border, as well as…

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MLAC3139 Making the Cuban Revolution: Ideology, Culture and Identity in Cuba since 1959

This module seeks to explain revolutionary change in Cuba since 1959 through an examination of the roles of culture and ideology. Adopting both a chronological and a thematic approach, the module…

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AMCS3059 Ethnic' and New Immigrant Writing in the United States

This course will consider the development of 'ethnic' and new immigrant literature in the United States from the early twentieth century to the present day. It will do so by positioning…

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CULT1027 Producing Film and Television

This module is designed to engage students with a series of perspectives on certain aspects of the narrative histories of film and television, from their origins to the present day. This is a period…

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CULT2011 Media Identities: Who we are and how we feel

This module develops critical modes of attention to the mediation of identity. On our screens and in our headphones we shape and re-shape our selves. Media do not reflect identities but play an…

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CULT3033 Gender, Sexuality and Media

This module examines the politics of gender and sexuality in media and popular culture. It offers advanced inquiry into the intersectional fields of feminism, queer theory, and media and cultural…

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LIBA3005 Created Spaces

The conception of a city may appear to be overly abstract and beyond human intervention. Hence, Nottingham and Dublin are ideal sites in order to examine the creativity and invention necessary in…

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AMCS2007 Immigration and Ethnicity in the United States Since 1870

This course examines the history of immigration to the United States from Europe, Asia, and Latin America. It traces the making and remaking of immigrant communities, cultures, and identities from…

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My Favourite Module: Communicating the Past

Professor Helen Lovatt discusses her favourite module - second year 'Communicating the Past' where students create projects on a subject of their choice. Helen also gives an example of one…

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MLAC3086 Russian Popular Music in the 20th and 21st centuries

The module offers students an in-depth study of the development of popular music in Russia in the 20th and 21st centuries. The musical styles covered include estrada, jazz, avtorskaia pesnia, rock…

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MLAC3121 Contemporary Representation of Travel

This module will study the different ways travel has been used and represented in contemporary French and Francophone texts, arts and films. From tourism to exploration, from exile to migration, from…

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CULT3014 Video Production Project

This module will apply historical and theoretical investigations of film and television culture to the art and craft of video production. The module will offer students the opportunity to apply their…

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CULT4033 Audiences and Consumption

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MLAC2057 Serbian Croatian Beginners I

This module will develop your knowledge of the Serbian/Croatian language and your ability to understand and communicate information in Serbian/Croatian in the A2/B1 range of the Common European…

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MLAC2113 Reason and its Rivals

The aim of this module is to examine a selection of theoretical approaches to modernity, beginning with Kant’s assertion of individual reason as the founding stone of enlightened social…

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MLAC3066 Brotherhood and Unity

The module offers a detailed study of selected films taken from the Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia and its successor states, and their interaction with historical, social and political…

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MLAC1164 Mandarin Chinese for Beginners

This module will develop your knowledge of Chinese phonetics, grammar and vocabulary and your ability to understand and communicate information, orally and in writing using Chinese characters, to…

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MLAC1167 Culture and Society of Contemporary China

In this module we will look at the social and cultural changes that have taken place in China, since 1979. The module will begin by setting out the programme of economic reform, introduced by Deng…

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MLAC2065 Introduction to Literary Translation

This module explores theoretical approaches and practical problems in literary translation. The module aims to give students an improved critical understanding of the linguistic and cultural…

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CULT3042 Development and Production

The module aims to develop student understanding and knowledge of the processes and people involved in the production of film, television and screen products today. It will do so by mapping out: a)…

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LIBA2003 Nottingham Futures

This module focuses on applied knowledge for Natural Science and Liberal Arts students as it asks students to engage with the research undertaken at the University of Nottingham and use it to address…

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CULT3031 Self, Sign and Society

This module equips students with the theoretical tools needed to explore how social identity is both asserted and challenged through the deployment of signs broadly conceived. 'Sign' is…

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LIBA3004 The Body: Thinking and Feeling

On this module, students will explore the traditions of thought that surround the operations and abilities of the human body and expose these traditions to critical reflection, as we challenge the…

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LIBA3002 Synoptic Module

The synoptic module gives students the opportunity to take part in a piece of interdisciplinary project work. The module will explore the interface between science, engineering, social science and…

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HART2043 Black Art in a White Context; Display, Critique and the 'Other'

This module explores the work of Black visual artists, displayed or produced in Europe and America. It begins by considering Victorian attitudes towards African objects and culture, before exploring…

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CULT2010 Understanding Cultural Industries

This module explores the complex way that cultural industries function, examining a series of dynamics that help us understand how media texts take the form they do. Specifically, it asks how modes…

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MLAC3184 China in the Media

After assuming his role as General Secretary of China's Communist Party and the President of China in 2013, Xi Jinping stated in a meeting on propaganda and ideology that the task ahead was to…

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MLAC3182 Mandarin Chinese for the Advanced Level

Now that you have gained solid Mandarin language skills, we'll push you to develop these skills to a more sophisticated level. Not only will you continue to improve your understanding of the…

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MLAC3152 Translation Project

Students will carry out an extended translation project (translation plus commentary), applying their knowledge of translation theory and their practical translation skills gained during years 1 and…

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AMCS2051 American Violence: a History

This module seeks to analyse the patterns and prevalence of violence in the USA. It will consider theories such as its origins in frontier settler societies and this may allow comparative study of…

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AMCS3025 U.S. Foreign Policy 1989-Present

This module examines the making of US foreign policy in the post-Cold War period, from the end of the Cold War to the present. It examines the grand historical narratives of American international…

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AMCS3068 North American Film Adaptations

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Why Study Eschatology with Michael Burdett

Why are Christians interested in the End of the World once again? Michael Burdett argues that the rise in interest in eschatology is linked to our current concern with the future – forced on us…

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Geophysics and Geological Mapping (GEOG3033)

An introduction from Richard Field to the third-year module 'Geophysics and Geological Mapping'.

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Geological Hazards and Resources (GEOG3035) NEW

An introduction from Richard Field to the third-year module 'Geological Hazards and Resources'.

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Environment, Development and Livelihoods (GEOG3011) NEW

An introduction from Sarah Jewitt to the third-year module 'Environment, Development and Livelihoods'.

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Techniques in Physical Geography (GEOG2003)

An introduction from Suzanne McGowan to the second-year module 'Techniques in Physical Geography'.

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Geographies of Fashion and Food (GEOG3018) NEW

An introduction from Louise Crewe to the third-year module 'Geographies of Fashion and Food'.

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Techniques in Human Geography (GEOG2004, GEOG2012) NEW

An introduction from Robert Hearn to the second-year module 'Techniques in Human Geography'.

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Environmental Change (GEOL2001) for 2020-21

An introduction from Sarah Metcalfe to the second-year module 'Environmental Change', for use for the 2020/21 academic year.

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How to upload a recording into Moodle, then add / edit captions

This 3mins 41 secs video covers how to upload a video into Moodle, and how to add then edit captions to a video in Moodle

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Urban Geography (GEOG2034) for 2020/21

An introduction from Andrew Greenhalgh-Cook to the second year module 'Urban Geography', edited for 2020/21

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GEOG3007 European Urban Geographies

An introduction from Jake Hodder to the third year module 'European Urban Geographies'

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GEOG2034 Urban Geography

An introduction from Andrew Greenhalgh-Cook to the second year module 'Urban Geography', edited for 2020/21

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GEOG2003 / GEOG2012 Techniques in Physical Geography

An introduction from Matthew Jones to the second year module 'Techniques in Physical Geography', edited for 2020/21

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GEOG3013 The Cultural Geography of English Landscape

An introduction from David Matless to the third year module 'The Cultural Geography of English Landscape', edited for 2020/21

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GEOG2014 Spatial Decision Making

An introduction from Liam Clark to the second year module 'Spatial Decision Making'

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GEOL3001 Quaternary Environments

An introduction from Sarah Metcalfe to the third year module 'Quaternary Environments'

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GEOG2013 Rural Environmental Geography

An introduction from Susanne Seymour to the second year module 'Rural Environmental Geography', edited for 2020/21

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GEOG2008 River Processes and Dynamics

Providing you with the foundational knowledge of river processes and dynamics is the ultimate aim of this 20 credit module. We will explore the processes that operate in rivers and the controls on…

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GEOG3059 Health Geographies

An introduction from Stephanie Coen to the third year module 'Health Geographies'

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GEOG2072 Political Geography

An introduction from Jake Hodder to the second year module 'Political Geography'

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GEOL1001 Physical Landscapes of Britain

An introduction from Matthew Jones to the first year module 'Physical Landscapes of Britain', edited for 2020/21

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GEOL3002 / GEOL4005 / GEOL4006 Global Climate Change

An introduction from Simon Gosling to the third year module 'Global Climate Change'

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GEOG3017 Geographies of Violence

An introduction from Isla Forsyth to the third year module 'Geographies of Violence'

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GEOG3022 Geospatial Technologies: Mobile, Augmented and Virtual

An introduction from Gary Priestnall to the third year module 'Geospatial Technologies: Mobile, Augmented and Virtual'

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GEOG2021 Earth Observation

An introduction from Giles Foody to the second year module 'Earth Observation'

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GEOG3057 Emerging Challenges in Biogeography

An introduction from Franziska Schrodt to the third year module 'Emerging Challenges in Biogeography'

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GEOG3028 Environmental Modelling

An introduction from Simon Gosling to the third year module 'Environmental Modelling'

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GEOG3015 Freshwater Management

The module aims to provide an overview of global and UK management - past, current and potential future developments and incorporating geomorphological, hydrological, ecological and social aspects of…

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GEOG3004 Dissertation

An introduction to the third year module 'Dissertation'

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GEOG2031 Dissertation Preparation

An introduction to the second year module 'Dissertation Preparation'

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GEOG2017 Cultural and Historical Geography

An introduction from Stephen Legg to the second year module 'Cultural and Historical Geography'

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GEOL1002 Earth and Environmental Dynamics

An introduction to the first year module 'Earth and Environmental Dynamics'

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MLAC2074 19th Century French Narrative

This module will introduce you to the literature and thought of what is sometimes referred to as 'the long nineteenth century'. You will study works by Balzac, Sand and Proust, three…

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CULT3034 Public Cultures: Protest, Participation and Power

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MLAC2183 Introduction to Contemporary Science Fiction

From the turn of the last century with Jules Vernes, to more contemporary authors (Vonarburg) this module will analyse why it is that this literary genre is often considered as a subculture. From the…

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MLAC2133 The Life and Demise of the GDR

This module investigates social developments in GDR society over four decades of communist rule and social changes in Eastern Germany after the demise of the GDR. Students will be introduced to the…

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CULT2010 Understanding the Cultural Industries.

We tend to think of films and television programmes in aesthetic and artistic terms: the ways in which media texts may tell us stories or inform us about the world. However, films, television…

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CULT 3038 Global Cinema

This module investigates cinema in global context, using critical and theoretical models surrounding global production, film texts, distribution and reception. Addressing ways films have been made…

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MLAC3115 Twentieth Century German Theatre: From Avantgarde to Virtual World

This module looks at how German-language theatre has responded to the challenge of new forms of media in the course of the twentieth century and at the beginning of the twenty-first century. We will…

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CULT2021 Political Communication, Public Relations and Propaganda

This module looks at political communication in a broad sense: not only institutional and procedural politics and formal structures of power, but also promotional cultures, the politics of dissent…

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LANG3001 Inter Faculty French 3A

This is an upper intermediate course equivalent to B1 on the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages. We aim to develop language skills which will help you to communicate in your area of…

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LANG3008 Inter Faculty French 3B

This is an upper intermediate course equivalent to B1 or B2 on the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages. We aim to develop language skills which would help you to communicate in your…

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GEOG3018 Geography of Fashion and Food

An introduction by Louise Crewe to the third year module 'Geography of Fashion and Food'

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Research Methods and Resources

Professor Frances Knight introduces the Research Methods and Resources module which is intended to support MA students with some basic skills of research and scholarship. The image n the video…

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Research Tutorial (GEOG2030)

An introduction from David Beckingham to the second year module 'Research Tutorial'.

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Patterns of Life (GEOG2009)

An introduction from Adam Algar to the second year module 'Patterns of Life'.

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Economic Geography (GEOG2016)

An introduction from Nick Clare to the second year module 'Economic Geography'.

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Exploring Place (GEOG1017)

An introduction from David Matless to the first year module 'Exploring Place'.

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On Earth and Life (GEOG1014)

An introduction from Richard Field to the first year module 'On Earth and Life'.

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Globalisation: Economy, Space and Power (GEOG1018)

An introduction from Thom Davies to the first year module 'Globalisation'.

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Introduction to Geographic Information Systems (GEOG1010)

An introduction from Gary Preistnall to the first year module 'Introduction to Geographic Information Systems'.

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Exploring Human Geography (GEOG1008)

The module provides you with introductory knowledge about current issues in human geography. It critically examines the complex relations between people and places through key themes and concepts in…

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Interpreting Geographical Data (GEOG1004)

This module provides the basic statistical concepts and techniques required for the study of geography. spreadsheets and statistical packages introduction to statistical concepts descriptive…

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Tutorial (GEOG1005)

Small group tutorials in both the autumn and spring semesters in which emphasis will be placed on discussion, essay writing and seminar presentations which will be based on topics in the qualifying…

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Sarah Speight on Module Intro Videos

Sarah Speight is asked her opinion on module intro videos (aka Module In A Minute).

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AMCS2055 Key Texts in American Social and Political Thought

This module will analyse key texts in the history of American political and social thought, from the colonial period to the present. Students will be introduced to debates over such issues as…

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AMCS3067 The Special Relationship, Spit and Slavery: Britain and the US 1776-1877

This module encourages students to reassess the Anglo-American relationship during an era of major upheaval in both nations (1776-1877). Taking students from the American Revolution through to the…

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AMCS3053 American Madness: Mental Illness in History and Culture

This module will provide a historical survey of perceptions and experiences of mental illness in the United States from c.1870 to the present, engaging with such categories as melancholia, hysteria,…

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LIBA2001 Objects: Design and Communication

In this module students will explore how objects have altered our habits, values and identities in the modern era. We live in a world defined by objects, we buy, we collect, we make and we recycle…

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MLAC2158 Contemporary Translation Studies

This module introduces students to the theories which have developed over the past forty or fifty years in the field of Translation Studies, such as equivalence and domestication/foreignisation, and…

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CULT3018 Screen Encounters: Audiences and Engagement

This module will explore the multiple relationships that audiences (as viewers, users and players) have with screen media (film, television, gaming and digital media) and the relationship between…

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LIBA1001 Explorations: Space and Place

On this module we will examine interdisciplinary approaches to ideas of space and place. Thinking about these two mutually-informed concepts, this module will enable students to develop an…

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AMCS3069 American Magazine Culture: Journalism, Advertising and Fiction from Independence to the Internet Age

The magazine has been one of the most accessible and one of the most influential cultural forms in America since the mid-18th century. From the wide-ranging political and literary magazines of this…

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