Final Year Language Specific or Comparative Specialist Modules
You will be taught by lecturers who conduct internationally respected research into the languages and cultures of China, Germany, Italy, France and the French-speaking world and Spain including Catalonia, and South America, as well as into aspects of Europe as a whole since the Early Modern Period.
Final year specialist courses include:
- DELC330: Chinese Culture and Society
- DELC333: Intercultural Communication and Linguistic Relativity
- DELC334: Academic Writing as a Second Language
- DELC336: Sex, Violence and Identity in International Crime Narratives
- DELC337: Mirrors across Media: Reflexivity in Literature, Film, Comics and Video Games
- DELC339: Translation as a Cultural Practice
- DELC340: Autocrats, Caudillos and Big Men: Understanding Dictatorship in its Cultural Representation in the Twentieth Century
- DELC342: Imagining Modern Europe: Post-Revolutionary Utopias and Ideologies in the First Half of the Nineteenth Century
- DELC344: Contemporary Cities in Literature and Film
- DELC345: Francophone Voices: Literature and Film from Sub-Saharan Africa, the Caribbean and Canada
- DELC347: Modernity of Forms and Forms of Modernity in French Literature 1850-2000
- DELC348: French Culture in the Digital Age
- DELC351: Literature and Fame in Contemporary Germany
- DELC352: Images of Austria: National Identity and Cultural Representation
- DELC361: Social Movements and Committed Writing in Mexico since 1968
- DELC364: Latin America and Spain on Film: Violence and Masculinities
Please note that these courses are available depending on demand and availibility from year to year.
You may consider exploring an interest in a particular topic you have touched upon as part of your second year studies, and to develop your own 'specialist subject' working on a dissertation instead of taking these options.