The Drama Department has a strong research culture: all staff are active researchers and over 95% of our research is recognised internationally (RAE 2008). You will be studying at a top'ranking languages department with an outstanding research record. You will be able to take advantage of excellent quality equipment and dedicated language learning facilities, as well as drama resources that include three major performance spaces, a workshop, two rehearsal rooms and a digital studio. Our approach to the study of the culture of the Hispanic world combines interactive seminar with elements of the more traditional university lecture. Our proximity to central London offers students easy access to the capital's many theatre productions.
Drama Year 1: theatre and performance'making; theatre and culture. Year 2: theatre and performance'making 2; theatre and culture 2. Year 3: methods and processes; final year project; research seminar; culture and creativity. Spanish Year 1: intensive Spanish or Spanish 1 or Spanish 2. optional modules: introduction to translation from English to Spanish and Spanish to English; text and image in the Hispanic world; culture and identity in Latin America; re'mapping the Amexicano border in visual culture; authors and readers in 20th century Spanish American fiction; comparative Hispanic culture. Year 2: intensive Spanish 2 or Spanish 2; principles and practice of translation (Spanish to English); principles and practice of Spanish translation. optional modules: constructing identity in contemporary Spanish film; myths of the feminine in the Spanish novel; 20th century Mexican visual arts and film; religion and society in the 16th' and 17th century Hispanic world; love in the contemporary Spanish American novel; the Romancero (the Spanish ballad tradition from the Reconquista to Lorca). Year 3: placement year. Year 4: Spanish 3. optional modules: advanced literary translation from Spanish to English and English to Spanish; research project; short fiction by Spanish woman writers; contemporary Mexican cinema; Spanish American literature (an overview); dissertation; Don Quixote (the text and its contexts); literature and conflict in 20th 'century Latin America; the gothic mode in Spanish and English fiction.
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- GCE A-level ABB-AAB
- SQA Advanced Higher AB
- International Baccalaureate 32
- Course specific
- BTEC Level 3 Subsidiary Diploma
- BTEC Level 3 Diploma DD
- BTEC Level 3 Extended Diploma MDD
- SQA Higher AABBB
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