Central areas in which research supervision is offered are: modern German literature, German and Austrian poetry (eighteenth nineteenth and twentieth century), the age of Goethe, German realism, the fin de si'cle, expressionism, a range of eighteenth century to twentieth century authors, topics and approaches; Austrian studies; comparative literature, particularly Franco'German literary relations; twentieth'century German history, the Weimar Republic, the Holocaust, the Nazi Party; modern German philosophy and aesthetics; critical theory; interdisciplinary work linking literature, philosophy and music.
Modules: theories of literature and visual culture; dissertation.
Course Additional Entry
Minimum 2.1 Honours degree or equivalent, relevant language may be required.
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