This is the total course fee. As an indication of what you might pay, the fee for students who started in September was:
Philip Roth We cannot guarantee that all modules will be available in any given year; availability will be determined to some extent by student choice.
If you have a strong, longer-term research interest in a topic that is not available as a taught course in your year of study, you may be able to take the option as a "guided study" module.
The final element of the MA is the Dissertation module. At the start of the summer term, and in consultation with the programme director, you will be assigned a dissertation supervisor.
Your supervisor will guide you in researching and framing your dissertation project. Part-time students are also strongly encouraged to apply for this MA. On the part-time schedule, you will take Modern English Studies in your first term, and Materiality and Textuality in your third term.
You will take specialised options in your second and fourth terms. Teachers on this MA Nicola Bradbury has published on a wide range of British and American topics of the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. The Later Novels Nicola contributes to the nineteenth century options, and also to Representing the Modern City.
David Brauner specialises in post-War English and American fiction, and he has a particular interest in the work of Philip Roth. Bryan Cheyette works on twentieth-century topics, with a special emphasis on configurations of "the Jew," "race," and modernity. She is a founding editor of the journal, Interventions, and her book, Twentieth Century Caribbean Literature: Alison offers the option on Caribbean Narratives.
Andrew Nash is an expert on Scottish literature and on publishing history.
Andrew teaches on the Materiality and Textuality module as well as the option Configurations of Scottish Literature. Mark Nixon is a specialist in modern European literature, with a particular emphasis on Beckett.
He is the Director of the Beckett International Foundation. Peter Robinson is an acclaimed poet who has also published several books on modern poetry. His most recent critical study, Twentieth Century Poetry: Selves and Situations, was published by Oxford University Press in Peter offers the module on Contemporary Poetry.
Peter Stoneley works on the literature and culture of the United States. Peter teaches on Representing the Modern City.
Things to do now.The MA in Creative Writing at Kent offers you the opportunity to study fiction and poetry (exclusively or together) along with optional modules in translation, and writing and the environment.
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