ELL117_(LIT_DUALS) : Celtic Languages and Literatures: an Introduction

Convener(s): To Be Provided

 

Please note: This module may or may not run in any individual session. Please check with the course Convenor.

General Information

In this module students are introduced to the Celtic languages and literatures of the British Isles from the earliest times to the present. Students gain a basic understanding of the relationships between the various Celtic languages and major developments within them. The literature studied spans a broad chronological range from early medieval texts such as the Welsh Gododdin and the Irish Cattle Raid of Coooley to the work of modern authors, and students will develop an understanding of the broad outlines of the Irish-language and Welsh-language literary traditions. All texts will be read in translation.

Teaching

Lectures, Seminars, Independent Study

Assessment

Formal Exam, Course work, Compilation of a bibliography on a specific topic.

Contact Details

Reception

english@sheffield.ac.uk


Information last changed: Thursday 07th of April 2016 :: 01:16:59 PM (BST)

course convener.

 

The University of Sheffield, Western Bank, Sheffield, S10 2TN, UK