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English studies involves the historical and analytical study of literatures and cultures produced in English throughout the world, as well as the study of critical and cultural theory.
Combining long-standing commitments to traditional areas of English literary study, ranging from Medieval and Early Modern to a broad range of contemporary literatures and cultures, with expertise in interdisciplinary areas such as narratives of health, and literature/culture and the environment.
Critical race studies, theories of gender and sexuality, and theories and literatures of decolonization and resistance also form core elements of these programs.
This program combines a long-standing commitment to the exploration of English literatures of all periods with the study of critical theory and cultural studies. Students can choose from two program options:
The aim is to advance inquiry into traditional fields of study in English as well as contemporary literature and popular culture; open students up to current issues in literary and cultural research; and encourage students’ independent interests.
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four-year undergraduate degree with a major concentration in English Literature, Cultural Studies or a related discipline.
B+ (B- for Engineering) minimum average, based on a full year equivalent of final year courses (3rd/4th level) relevant to the program.
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