The SOAS Centre for Cultural, Literary and Postcolonial Studies (CCLPS) will welcome applications from MPhil/PhD students wishing to undertake research in the disciplines
Research Degrees in Cultural, Literary and Postcolonial Studies
Mode of Attendance: Full Time or Part Time
The SOAS Centre for Cultural, Literary and Postcolonial Studies (CCLPS) will welcome applications from MPhil/PhD students wishing to undertake research in the disciplines of Comparative Literature, Cultural Studies, and Postcolonial Studies. The Centre has developed its own MPhil training programme which will enable research students to be registered in the Centre rather than in specific regional Departments or those of other disciplines. The Centre places its emphasis on the acquisition of critical theoretical skills and in-depth regional, linguistic and cultural knowledge with specific reference to Asia, Africa, and the Middle East, but also two pieces of literature written in European languages. Prospective research students will have the unique opportunity to work on an exceptionally wide range of topics, theoretical and critical, supervised according to the expertise of a wide range of academic staff across the Faculty and SOAS....
The MLitt in Shakespeare and Renaissance Literary Culture offers students the opportunity to study one of the most exciting and formative periods in European history, cen
The MLitt in Shakespeare and Renaissance Literary Culture offers students the opportunity to study one of the most exciting and formative periods in European history, centred on the key writer in the English literary tradition: William Shakespeare.
The MLitt in Shakespeare and Renaissance Literary Culture is an intensive one-year taught programme run by the School of English. The course offers an all-around introduction to the literature of the 16th and 17th centuries, with a particular focus on the work of William Shakespeare.
Covers both elite and popular writing, the influence of other continental vernaculars, and the importance of print and manuscript media.
Features a range of critical and interpretive perspectives.
Develop your skills as a researcher within a specific area of study by taking special topic modules in manuscript, print, speech and the editing of Renaissance texts.
Become part of a welcoming and lively academic community. St Andrews is a consortium member of the Folger Shakespeare Library Institute in Washington DC and also hosts a number of research groups relevant to the English Renaissance.
Explore the key developments in modern and contemporary literary studies in dialogue with leading scholars in the fields of Shakespeare studies, Shakespearean book history, Renaissance popular literature and 17th-century literary culture.