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M.Ed. Literature: Uncanny elements in 19th-century fiction - Einzelansicht

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Veranstaltungsart Seminar
Veranstaltungsnummer 4051 Kurztext
Semester WiSe 2020/21 SWS 2
Erwartete Teilnehmer/-innen Max. Teilnehmer/-innen 30
Rhythmus i.d.R. jedes Semester Studienjahr / Zielgruppe
Credits Anmeldung Anmeldepflicht , Vergabe: Automatisch(Fachsemesterpriorität) (?)
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Sprache englisch
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Di. 14:00 bis 16:00 wöchentlich Externes Gebäude - Online-Lehre (ggf. folgt Raumangabe für Ausnahme Präsenzlehre) Raumplan Brusberg-Kiermeier  

Beginn: 10.11.2020

 
Gruppe 1-Gruppe:


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Brusberg-Kiermeier, Stefani, Professorin Dr. phil. habil. verantwortlich und durchführend
LSF - Module
Modulkürzel Modultitel
MLE-MM2Lit Mastermodul 1/2, TM: Literature (Seminar Fachwissenschaft)
Zuordnung zu Einrichtungen
Inst. für englische Sprache und Literatur
Inhalt
Literatur

First of all you need to make yourselves familiar with Sigmund Freud's text "The Uncanny" (1919). This text will be your theoretical
basis for all your interpretations. Please read his famous essay:

https://web.mit.edu/allanmc/www/freud1.pdf

You will also find these blogs and lecture notes on the text helpful:

https://blog.oup.com/2019/04/explaining-freuds-concept-uncanny/

https://www.freud.org.uk/2019/09/18/the-uncanny/

http://courses.washington.edu/freudlit/Uncanny.Notes.html

Bemerkung

This course will be offered in a digital format. Please wait until you have been officially accepted. Then you will receive further instructions with helpful information on forms of discussion as well as work assignments.

You will find  -- by and by -- all the texts, links, and study questions in the learnweb. Please download all this material, so that you can still work even when the university server does not!

You will be working in pairs throughout the term and have to speak on the phone in English (!) at least once every week. Therefore, you need to find a really reliable partner. Please already think about who you wish to work with. (Only send me an email if you have been accepted to this course and your potential partner has not.)

Lerninhalte

In this online course you will read and discuss four famous short stories and one (in)famous novel from the 19th century. We will focus on aspects of the uncanny in these texts.You will be informed by and by about what you are supposed to do. Please do not contact me with questions at this time, but simply enrol for the course and wait for instructions. Once you have been officially accepted, you will receive further information. Please also look at the LSF course description again from time to time. First of all you need to make yourselves familiar with Sigmund Freud's text "The Uncanny" (1919). This text will be your theoretical basis for all your interpretations.

Please read his famous essay by the end of April 2020:
https://web.mit.edu/allanmc/www/freud1.pdf

You will also find these blogs and lecture notes on the text helpful:
https://blog.oup.com/2019/04/explaining-freuds-concept-uncanny/
https://www.freud.org.uk/2019/09/18/the-uncanny/
http://courses.washington.edu/freudlit/Uncanny.Notes.html 

Then, over the course of the semester, please gradually read the four short stories and one short novel listed below in chronological order. Start with these two of Edgar Allan Poe's famous short stories: 
Edgar Allan Poe's "The Fall of the House of Usher" (1839):https://www.eapoe.org/works/tales/ushera.htm
and "The Tell-tale Heart" (1843):https://www.eapoe.org/works/tales/thearta.htm
You will also find the general information and links on this website helpful:https://www.eapoe.org/index.htm

Later in the term you will have to read the following two short stories and finally one short novel: 
Wilkie Collins's short story "A Terribly Strange Bed" (1852):https://jhrusk.github.io/wc/ad/bed.html 
Charles Dickens's short story "The Signalman" (1866):https://commapress.co.uk/resources/online-short-stories/the-signalman-charles-dickens 
Oscar Wilde's only novel "The Picture of Dorian Gray" (1891):https://www.fulltextarchive.com/page/The-Picture-of-Dorian-Gray1/ 
A great source of knowledge on Victorian literature and culture is the "Victorian Web":http://www.victorianweb.org/

 


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Keine Einordnung ins Vorlesungsverzeichnis vorhanden. Veranstaltung ist aus dem Semester WiSe 2020/21 , Aktuelles Semester: SoSe 2024
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