Introduction to Literary Studies

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Lecture Course: Introduction to Literary Studies, 1. and 2. Lesson

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Title: Lecture Course: Introduction to Literary Studies, 1. and 2. Lesson
Description: Vorlesung im WiSe 2016-2017; Donnerstag, 27. Oktober 2016
Creator: Russell West-Pavlov (author)
Contributor: ZDV Universität Tübingen (producer)
Publisher: ZDV Universität Tübingen
Date Created: 2016-10-27
Subjects: Literary Studies, Lecture Course, Vorlesung,
Identifier: UT_20161027_001_litstudi_0001
Rights: Rechtshinweise
Abstracts: This lecture must be attended in conjunction with the PS 1-part of the Basic Module 'Introduction to Literary Studies'. The lecture series has several functions: it is designed to give you an historical overview of literary periods within global English-language literatures (including the literatures of the British archipelago, of North America, and of the postcolonial world) via a number of exemplary texts; it will offer you a glimpse of close-reading methods exemplified in the lecturers' interpretations of those texts; and it will allow you to see your professors at work in their respective areas of specilization, facilitatiing your choice of seminars and topics in subsequent seminars as you continue on with your degree in English. Of the eight texts dealt with during the semester, four will be compulsory reading during your PS I, and four will be examined separately. Texts or extracts from the texts will be posted on moodle except where you can reasonably be expected to obtain an orginial copy yourself (e.g. Shakespeare).

Lecture Course: Introduction to Literary Studies, 3. and 4. Lesson

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Title: Lecture Course: Introduction to Literary Studies, 3. and 4. Lesson
Description: Vorlesung im WiSe 2016-2017; Donnerstag, 03. November 2016
Creator: Astrid Franke (author)
Contributor: ZDV Universität Tübingen (producer)
Publisher: ZDV Universität Tübingen
Date Created: 2016-11-03
Subjects: Literary Studies, Lecture Course, Vorlesung, Interpretation, Religion, Law, Text, Author, Reader, Kontext,
Identifier: UT_20161103_001_litstudi_0001
Rights: Rechtshinweise
Abstracts: This lecture must be attended in conjunction with the PS 1-part of the Basic Module 'Introduction to Literary Studies'. The lecture series has several functions: it is designed to give you an historical overview of literary periods within global English-language literatures (including the literatures of the British archipelago, of North America, and of the postcolonial world) via a number of exemplary texts; it will offer you a glimpse of close-reading methods exemplified in the lecturers' interpretations of those texts; and it will allow you to see your professors at work in their respective areas of specilization, facilitatiing your choice of seminars and topics in subsequent seminars as you continue on with your degree in English. Of the eight texts dealt with during the semester, four will be compulsory reading during your PS I, and four will be examined separately. Texts or extracts from the texts will be posted on moodle except where you can reasonably be expected to obtain an orginial copy yourself (e.g. Shakespeare).

Lecture Course: Introduction to Literary Studies, 5. and 6. Lesson

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Title: Lecture Course: Introduction to Literary Studies, 5. and 6. Lesson
Description: Vorlesung im WiSe 2016-2017; Donnerstag, 10. November 2016
Creator: Angelika Zirker (author)
Contributor: ZDV Universität Tübingen (producer)
Publisher: ZDV Universität Tübingen
Date Created: 2016-11-10
Subjects: Literary Studies, Lecture Course, Vorlesung, Early Modern Drama, Early Modern Theatre, William Shakespeare, The Tempest, Character Constellation, Shakespearean Stage,
Identifier: UT_20161110_001_litstudi_0001
Rights: Rechtshinweise
Abstracts: This lecture must be attended in conjunction with the PS 1-part of the Basic Module 'Introduction to Literary Studies'. The lecture series has several functions: it is designed to give you an historical overview of literary periods within global English-language literatures (including the literatures of the British archipelago, of North America, and of the postcolonial world) via a number of exemplary texts; it will offer you a glimpse of close-reading methods exemplified in the lecturers' interpretations of those texts; and it will allow you to see your professors at work in their respective areas of specilization, facilitatiing your choice of seminars and topics in subsequent seminars as you continue on with your degree in English. Of the eight texts dealt with during the semester, four will be compulsory reading during your PS I, and four will be examined separately. Texts or extracts from the texts will be posted on moodle except where you can reasonably be expected to obtain an orginial copy yourself (e.g. Shakespeare).

Lecture Course: Introduction to Literary Studies, 7. and 8. Lesson

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Title: Lecture Course: Introduction to Literary Studies, 7. and 8. Lesson
Description: Vorlesung im WiSe 2016-2017; Donnerstag, 17. November 2016
Creator: Russell West-Pavlov (author)
Contributor: ZDV Universität Tübingen (producer)
Publisher: ZDV Universität Tübingen
Date Created: 2016-11-17
Subjects: Literary Studies, Lecture Course, Vorlesung, Eighteenth Century, Augustan Order, Augustan Disorder, Alexander Pope,
Identifier: UT_20161117_001_litstudi_0001
Rights: Rechtshinweise
Abstracts: This lecture must be attended in conjunction with the PS 1-part of the Basic Module 'Introduction to Literary Studies'. The lecture series has several functions: it is designed to give you an historical overview of literary periods within global English-language literatures (including the literatures of the British archipelago, of North America, and of the postcolonial world) via a number of exemplary texts; it will offer you a glimpse of close-reading methods exemplified in the lecturers' interpretations of those texts; and it will allow you to see your professors at work in their respective areas of specilization, facilitatiing your choice of seminars and topics in subsequent seminars as you continue on with your degree in English. Of the eight texts dealt with during the semester, four will be compulsory reading during your PS I, and four will be examined separately. Texts or extracts from the texts will be posted on moodle except where you can reasonably be expected to obtain an orginial copy yourself (e.g. Shakespeare).

Lecture Course: Introduction to Literary Studies, 9. and 10. Lesson

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Title: Lecture Course: Introduction to Literary Studies, 9. and 10. Lesson
Description: Vorlesung im WiSe 2016-2017; Donnerstag, 24. November 2016
Creator: Matthias Bauer (author)
Contributor: ZDV Universität Tübingen (producer)
Publisher: ZDV Universität Tübingen
Date Created: 2016-11-24
Subjects: Literary Studies, Lecture Course, Vorlesung, Gothic Novel, Mary Shelley,
Identifier: UT_20161124_001_litstudi_0001
Rights: Rechtshinweise
Abstracts: This lecture must be attended in conjunction with the PS 1-part of the Basic Module 'Introduction to Literary Studies'. The lecture series has several functions: it is designed to give you an historical overview of literary periods within global English-language literatures (including the literatures of the British archipelago, of North America, and of the postcolonial world) via a number of exemplary texts; it will offer you a glimpse of close-reading methods exemplified in the lecturers' interpretations of those texts; and it will allow you to see your professors at work in their respective areas of specilization, facilitatiing your choice of seminars and topics in subsequent seminars as you continue on with your degree in English. Of the eight texts dealt with during the semester, four will be compulsory reading during your PS I, and four will be examined separately. Texts or extracts from the texts will be posted on moodle except where you can reasonably be expected to obtain an orginial copy yourself (e.g. Shakespeare).

Lecture Course: Introduction to Literary Studies, 11. and 12. Lesson

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Title: Lecture Course: Introduction to Literary Studies, 11. and 12. Lesson
Description: Vorlesung im WiSe 2016-2017; Donnerstag, 15. Dezember 2016
Creator: Ingrid Hotz-Davies (author)
Contributor: ZDV Universität Tübingen (producer)
Publisher: ZDV Universität Tübingen
Date Created: 2016-12-15
Subjects: Literary Studies, Lecture Course, Vorlesung, Modernist Poetry, Imagism, H.D., Hilde Doolittle, Oread, Modernism, Poetic Manifesto, Ezra Pound,
Identifier: UT_20161215_001_litstudi_0001
Rights: Rechtshinweise
Abstracts: This lecture must be attended in conjunction with the PS 1-part of the Basic Module 'Introduction to Literary Studies'. The lecture series has several functions: it is designed to give you an historical overview of literary periods within global English-language literatures (including the literatures of the British archipelago, of North America, and of the postcolonial world) via a number of exemplary texts; it will offer you a glimpse of close-reading methods exemplified in the lecturers' interpretations of those texts; and it will allow you to see your professors at work in their respective areas of specilization, facilitatiing your choice of seminars and topics in subsequent seminars as you continue on with your degree in English. Of the eight texts dealt with during the semester, four will be compulsory reading during your PS I, and four will be examined separately. Texts or extracts from the texts will be posted on moodle except where you can reasonably be expected to obtain an orginial copy yourself (e.g. Shakespeare).

Lecture Course: Introduction to Literary Studies, 13. and 14. Lesson

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Title: Lecture Course: Introduction to Literary Studies, 13. and 14. Lesson
Description: Vorlesung im WiSe 2016-2017; Donnerstag, 22. Dezember 2016
Creator: Horst Tonn (author)
Contributor: ZDV Universität Tübingen (producer)
Publisher: ZDV Universität Tübingen
Date Created: 2016-12-22
Subjects: Literary Studies, Lecture Course, Vorlesung, Postmodernism, Drama, Edward Albee, The American Dream, Mommy, Daddy, Grandma, Mrs. Barker, Young Man, Literature of the absurd, Tradition,
Identifier: UT_20161222_001_litstudi_0001
Rights: Rechtshinweise
Abstracts: This lecture must be attended in conjunction with the PS 1-part of the Basic Module 'Introduction to Literary Studies'. The lecture series has several functions: it is designed to give you an historical overview of literary periods within global English-language literatures (including the literatures of the British archipelago, of North America, and of the postcolonial world) via a number of exemplary texts; it will offer you a glimpse of close-reading methods exemplified in the lecturers' interpretations of those texts; and it will allow you to see your professors at work in their respective areas of specilization, facilitatiing your choice of seminars and topics in subsequent seminars as you continue on with your degree in English. Of the eight texts dealt with during the semester, four will be compulsory reading during your PS I, and four will be examined separately. Texts or extracts from the texts will be posted on moodle except where you can reasonably be expected to obtain an orginial copy yourself (e.g. Shakespeare).

Lecture Course: Introduction to Literary Studies, 15. and 16. Lesson

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Title: Lecture Course: Introduction to Literary Studies, 15. and 16. Lesson
Description: Vorlesung im WiSe 2016-2017; Donnerstag, 12. Januar 2017
Creator: Ellen Dengel-Janic (author)
Contributor: ZDV Universität Tübingen (producer)
Publisher: ZDV Universität Tübingen
Date Created: 2017-01-12
Subjects: Literary Studies, Lecture Course, Vorlesung, Indian Novel in English, Anita Desai, Clear Light of Day, Focalization, Home Space,
Identifier: UT_20170112_001_litstudi_0001
Rights: Rechtshinweise
Abstracts: This lecture must be attended in conjunction with the PS 1-part of the Basic Module 'Introduction to Literary Studies'. The lecture series has several functions: it is designed to give you an historical overview of literary periods within global English-language literatures (including the literatures of the British archipelago, of North America, and of the postcolonial world) via a number of exemplary texts; it will offer you a glimpse of close-reading methods exemplified in the lecturers' interpretations of those texts; and it will allow you to see your professors at work in their respective areas of specilization, facilitatiing your choice of seminars and topics in subsequent seminars as you continue on with your degree in English. Of the eight texts dealt with during the semester, four will be compulsory reading during your PS I, and four will be examined separately. Texts or extracts from the texts will be posted on moodle except where you can reasonably be expected to obtain an orginial copy yourself (e.g. Shakespeare).