Martin Heidegger[ edit ] Martin Heidegger rejected the philosophical basis of the concepts of "subjectivity" and "objectivity" and asserted that similar grounding oppositions in logic ultimately refer to one another.
Creative Non-Fiction Prerequisite s: This workshop course offers a comprehensive introduction to the crafting of creative non-fiction, including such forms as travel writing, memoir, nature writing, reviewing, personal essays, literary aesthetics, and cultural criticism.
One of the following: ENGL,or This course surveys the history of the British novel, with emphasis on its origins in the 18th century. Literary analysis will be complemented by historical context, as well as the history of scholarship on the novel.
TThis course examines the literature of the European Renaissance, from roughly to Students will study new and influential models of literature such as the sonnet, Renaissance drama, Renaissance epic, humanist letters and essays, the novella, prose romance, and the early novel.
Romanticism to Modernism Prerequisite s: This course surveys key authors and literary trends from Romanticism to Modernism in continental Europe.
Antiquity to Prerequisite s: This course explores the evolution and diversity of theatre and drama from Antiquity to It investigates the development and significance of a range of theatre forms and dramatic genres from different historical periods, which might include Greek tragedy, Roman comedy, Sanskrit theatre, Medieval drama, Japanese Noh, and Elizabethan tragedy and comedy.
This course may involve field trips to see plays in the Lower Mainland. Students may take only one of these for credit. Students with credit for THEA cannot take this course for further credit.
This course explores the evolution and diversity of theatre and drama from to It investigates the development and significance of a range of theatre forms and dramatic genres from different historical periods, which might include Restoration comedy, Neoclassical tragedy, Kabuki, Kathakali, Chinese opera, melodrama, and Realism.
This course may involve field trips to plays in the Lower Mainland. This course introduces students to the rich variety of Canadian literature in English. From narratives by early European explorers to contemporary fiction, drama, and poetry, the course examines how the experiences and values of Canadians have evolved.
Students will consider the role of Indigenous peoples in the shaping of Canada. This course examines South Asian fiction, written in English, within its social and historical contexts. Course materials may include influential works in non-fiction genres e.
An Introduction to Semiotics Prerequisite s: ENGL and one of the following: This course is an introduction to the specialized language and concepts of semiotics, which offers students a useful approach for the critical examination of literature, film, visual arts, and media.
By the end of the term, students will perform their own semiotic analysis of a text, film, work of art, or popular media. The specific genre of study is denoted with a letter designation i.
Students may take ENGL twice for credit as long as the letter designation differs, but may not take it more than twice to meet English major, minor, or extended minor requirements. This course examines writing that explores the nature and origins of our contemporary environmental challenges.
Topics may include the Romantic response to the Industrial and Agrarian Revolutions, literary portraits of the Canadian wild, current "ecological poetics" and eco-feminism, and the evolution of "green" criticism.In the early twentieth Century Ferdinand de Saussure developed the lingual theory of semiologies, the survey of marks within linguistic communication and the deductions of these marks.
People and ideas systems As outlined by Andrew Roberts of Middlesex University, London. Introductory sketches of the ideas of theorists, linked to Andrew Roberts' book Social Science History and the Society and Science History iridis-photo-restoration.comped from a course document "Outline of the theorists we could cover" (February ), the web .
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Hermeneutics (/ ˌ h ɜːr m ə ˈ nj uː t ɪ k s /) is the theory and methodology of interpretation, especially the interpretation of biblical texts, wisdom literature, and philosophical texts..
Modern hermeneutics includes both verbal and non-verbal communication as well as semiotics, presuppositions, and iridis-photo-restoration.comeutics has been broadly . New historicism has been a hugely influential approach to literature, especially in studies of William Shakespeare’s works and literature of the Early Modern period.
It began in earnest in and quickly supplanted New Criticism as the new orthodoxy in early modern studies. Despite many attacks.
However, just as structuralism had its disbelievers, so did functionalism. The term function was used loosely. It can refer to both how the mental process operates, and how the mental process functions in the evolution of species (Oxford Companion, ).