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Studies in the Long Eighteenth Century

The School of English offers a variety of undergraduate and postgraduate modules. At the undergraduate level, we offer a selection of modules which can be taken as part of the English and American Literature, English and American Literature with Creative Writing and English, American and Postcolonial Literature degrees. At postgraduate level we offer a taught MA in Eighteenth-Century Studies, including the opportunity to study a term in Paris, as well as research programmes at PhD level.

MA in Eighteenth Century Studies

Modules include: Jane Austen and Material Culture (Jenny DiPlacidi); Hacks, Dunces and Scribblers: Authorship and the Marketplace in the Eighteenth Century (Declan Kavanagh); Extremes of Feeling: Literature and Empire in the Eighteenth Century (Donna Landry); Hogarth and the Analysis of Beauty (Ben Thomas); Enlightenment and Counter-Enlightenment (James Fowler); Queer Enlightenments: Eighteenth-Century Narratives of Sex and Gender (Declan Kavanagh); Inventing the “Indian” in the Eighteenth Century (Robbie Richardson).

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For further information, please see the MA webpage or email Donna Landry: D.E.Landry@kent.ac.uk