|23/01/21 – 06/02/21||3 days: Saturdays||9.30 – 13.00||£245||Online course||Book now|
This online short course introduces you to the rich diversity of English literature and English literary history, from mid 18th-century slave narratives to contemporary stories of multicultural London. It explores the ways in which black and Asian writers have produced formally innovative and conceptually challenging responses to questions of race, class, gender, and identity, while simultaneously making significant creative contributions to the fields of drama, poetry, and life-writing.
During the course, you will gain in-depth knowledge of the literature, you will learn how to critically interrogate textual material, and you will enjoy discussions about the wider critical, historical, and cultural contexts. As such, this course will provide you with insight into university-level English studies while also enhancing your current reading experiences.
We aim to be fully compliant with government health and safety guidelines whilst running short courses at Kingston University.
To book a place on this course, click on 'Book now' at the top of this page.
The standard course fee is indicated at the top of this page. If a course has any discounted fees available (e.g. for early-bird booking, alumni or students) these will be clearly outlined on the booking website.
As an educational institution fees for our open short courses do not attract VAT.