The Course Syllabi Page 2014

DIRECTORS Robert Schweik 1999-2006
Heather Hawkins 2009-


The aim of the Course Syllabi Page is to provide the following information for Hardy scholars and students world-wide:

1.To provide a lisitng of university syllabi in the UK, USA and the rest of the world which either focus entirely on Hardy or have a Hardy content.

2. To give contact information of course instructors where possible to facilitate academic debate among scholars with similar research interests.

Any further questions regarding the organisation of the courses or teaching techniques may be addressed to the TTHA Forum,for response by Forum members.



Syllabus Listing

UK:

Cambridge University BA in Literature
English Literature 1300 to the Present: A study of Hardy's work is included within this module.
 http://www.english.cam.ac.uk
Faculty of English, 9 West Road, Cambridge, CB39DP.
Tel: +44 (0)1223 335070
 english-faculty@lists.cam.ac.uk


University of Chester BA in Literature and MA in Literature
BA:Year 2- Victorian Literature. This module includes a studyof Hardy's Tess of the D'Urbervilles. MA: Nineteenth Century Literature and Culture. Students can chose to study Hardy for the dissertation.
 www.chester.ac.uk/english
English Department, University of Chester,Chester,CH14BJ.
Tel: 01244 512129  englishadmin@chester.ac.uk


University of Lancaster  Q300 (undergraduate)
Victorian Literature Module: Year 2: Hardy's poetry is studied.
Year 3: Hardy's Far From the Madding Crowd is studied.
 www.lancaster.ac.uk/fass/english/undergraduate/index.php
Department of English, County College, University of Lancaster, LA14YD.
Tel: +44 (0)1524 592129  linguistics@lancaster.ac.uk


London Metropolitan University SJ5003 Victorians to Moderns (undergraduate)
This course covers literature from the 1880's to post World War Two. Individual authors studied include: Hardy, James, Woolf, Conrad, Joyce, Eliot, Lawrence and Orwell. Assessment:written assignments, 100% coursework.
 http://intranet.londonmet.ac.uk/course-catalogue/coursespecifications/2014715/UDNEGLIT/BA-English-Literature
Faculty of Social Sciences and Humanities, London Metropolitan University, 166-220 Holloway Road, London, N78DB.
Tel:+44 020 74230000
 socialscience@londonmet.ac.uk


Oxford University Victorian Literature Module (undergraduate)
 No set texts though Hardy is sometimes covered. 
Assessment:two 1,500 word essays, 3 hour examination.
 http://www.english.ox.ac.uk/prospective-undergraduates/course-summary
Faculty of English Language and Literature, St Cross Building, Manor Road, Oxford, OX13UL.
Tel: 08165 721055 +44 1865 721055
 english.office@ell.ox.ac.uk


Oxford Brookes University Bachelor of Arts
Year 1: Culture, Criticism and Literature Module. Some of Hardy's poetry is covered during this module.
Year 2: Victorian Literature Module. One of Hardy's novels is sometimes covered.
 http://www.english-languages.brookes.ac.uk/studying/
Department of English and Modern Languages, Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, Tonge Building, Gipsy Lane, Oxford, OX3OBP.
Tel:+44 (0)1865 483748  english-languages@brookes.ac.uk


University of Reading Course Q300 (undergraduate)
Year 2: Victorian Literature Module. Hardy's Return of the Native is studied during this module.  www.reading.ac.uk/study/ug/EnglishBA.aspx
Department of English Literature, University of Reading, White Knights, Reading, RG66AA.
Tel:+44 (0)1183788362  english-literature@reading.ac.uk


 Roehampton University English Literature Q300 (undergraduate)
 Hardy is studied throughout the modules, especially Victorian Literature 1830-1900.
In the third year dissertation there is the opportunity to focus entirely on Hardy.
 www.roehampton.ac.uk/undergraduate-courses/english-literature/index.html
Department of English and Creative Writing, Digby Stuart College, Roehampton University, London, SW155PU. Tel:020 83923343 Fax:020 83923347
 L.Peters@roehampton.ac.uk


 University of Westminster English Literature Q300(undergraduate)
Hardy's prose is included during the three year course, but no specific information is available.
 www.westminster.ac.uk/Courses/Subjects/English/undergraduatecourses/full-time/U09fulit-ba-honours-english-literature
English Linguistics and Cultural Studies, University of Westminster, 32-38 Wells Street, London, W1T3UW. Tel:+44 20 79115000
 a.warwick@westminster.ac.uk