City, University of London
City, University of London
We run subject workshops for Year 12 students which can be delivered at your school or college or at City, University of London. We can run a few different subject workshops in one event if there are enough interested students. at City, University of London

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English Subject Workshop

University event offered by City, University of London

Event Summary:

We run subject workshops for Year 12 students which can be delivered at your school or college or at City, University of London. We can run a few different subject workshops in one event if there are enough interested students.

Full Event Details:

**Important note: this event is only for teachers making bookings for their school groups. Individual students interested in events at City, University of London are encouraged to attend an open day, taster day or book a campus tour. More information can be found here: http://www.city.ac.uk/study/visit-us**

Event details:

An example of what we offer
Our English department run a variety of sessions available for schools and colleges, including talks on what it is like to study English at university and taster lectures to give students a feel for university level study in the subject.

Where sessions take place
At your school or at City

We run sessions in the following topics:


Postcolonial Literature

Urban space and narrative form (lecture or workshop)
Literature and the British Empire (lecture or workshop)


Gothic Literature

Into the Bloody Chamber - Gender and Gothic Literature (workshop)
Bram Stoker's Dracula (workshop or lecture)
Thomas Hardy's Tess of the D'Urbervilles (workshop or lecture)


Shakespeare and Early Modern Literature and Perfomance

Othello: Genre, Location, Performance (lecture)
Religious Violence and King Killing in Shakespeare and Early Modern Drama (workshop or lecture)


Medieval Literature and the Modern World

Winter is Coming: Introducing Medieval Literature (workshop, Hetta Howes)
Arthurian Legends (workshop, Hetta Howes)


Contemporary Literature and Culture

#Austen: twitterature and digital writing (workshop)
Pathways to English Professions: Cormac McCarthy’s The Road (workshop)
Space and time in comics and graphic novels (lecture or workshop)


Nineteenth-century Women’s Writing

Pride and Prejudice: from page to screen (workshop, audio required)
Charlotte Bronte’s Jane Eyre (workshop or lecture)
Mary Elizabeth Braddon, Lady Audley’s Secret (workshop or lecture)

This is a free service and most sessions last approximately one hour, although it is possible to alter the sessions depending upon the needs of the school/college.

Suitable For:

Bookings by Teachers for Key Stage 5 (Students aged 16-18)

Duration:

Short Session

Dates Available:

This event is delivered online

Minimum number of students:

5

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