Reading List for PhD candidates in Classical Philology Before taking the General Examinations, the candidate must have read, as a minimum, the following reading list in the original languages. Students may petition the graduate committee to make substitutions of items on the reading list in two categories.
A melding of literary analysis, biography, and artistic appreciation, The Cambridge Companion to Alice Munro (Cambridge University Press, 2016) collects 10 essays, edited by David Staines (PhD ’73, English and American literature and language). Staines contributes an efficient introduction and one of two chapters on the importance of the Canadian setting in Alice Munro’s short stories.
Ph.D. Comprehensive Reading Lists Feminist Theory Basic List (required of all Ph.D. candidates and subject to change) Area Studies Lists (subject to change).
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Reading List All of the majors in Classics have senior requirements, see Bulletin. Students majoring in Classical Civilization devote one or both terms of the senior year to a significant project of original research, usually an essay, under the guidance of a faculty adviser.
English Ph.D. Examination Reading List English Renaissance (Early Modern) Literature This Reading List in English Renaissance Literature is meant to provide students a greater role in shaping their own exams and preparing their own lists of material. Students who wish to take the exam should contact examiners 6-8 weeks in advance of the exam date.
In order to be prepared for a variety of essay prompts, students should read widely in both genres--certainly more than the 12 works from the reading lists you will cite on your exam, perhaps 35-50 works or authors. In consultation with their thesis directors, students will devise a personalized list consisting of selections from the lists below as well as additional works of comparable.
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Reading List for PhD candidates in Ancient History Students may petition the graduate committee to make substitutions of items on the reading list in two categories: Substitutions of a work by the same author, provided that the substituted material is roughly of the same length and parallel in genre, and.
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Reading Lists. Main page content. Content fields.. are those you would find it especially helpful to have read in English translation. Please note that these texts are suggested as a helpful guide and are not intended to be regarded as required.. In Part II of the examination three texts drawn from the second part of the reading list.
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Reading List for PhD candidates in Classical Philosophy Students may petition the graduate committee to make substitutions of items on the reading list in two categories: Substitutions of a work by the same author, provided that the substituted material is roughly of the same length and parallel in genre, and.
Whether you need inspiration for your personal statement, something to think about before your interview or simply because you are intellectually curious, you might find the suggested reading and resources below useful and entertaining. They are intended to give you an idea of the kind of material you might engage with during a course at Oxford.
Welcome to the graduate program in Comparative Literature at Harvard University! It is a pleasure to do so! Our academic community is comprised of thirty-two faculty members and nearly fifty graduate students from across the globe that come here to study, teach, and publish on literatures in several dozen languages from a wide range of historical periods.We advise you to read the English subject page thoroughly. For more information, please consult the Faculty of English website (via the links below). You may find the resources page particularly useful.Thanks for the A2A and my apologies for not replying earlier. These universities don't have a common, agreed reading-list for literature of the kind implied in the question. You could try picking half a dozen or so books from the list that Sushant.