Based on the literary concepts of intertextuality and intermediality the material is studied comparatively as different forms of cultural production and discussion of its socio-cultural, historical and media context. The aim is to brign to our attention and theorise the relationship between different literary texts and between content and media in cultural communication. In the seminars space is given for discussion of various methods to express, paraphrase and reflect on intertextual and intermedial processes.
Surf on the Internet, read and send emails, use a word-processing programme (e.g. Word). Connect a camera and headphones to the computer and install a programme using instructions.
Access to a computer (Not a mini pc, tablet or similar) that is not older than three years (or equivalent) and broadband connection, at least 1 Mbit/s (not mobile broadband, because mobile broadband can vary considerably in speed).
Higher rate of web-based communication where our learning platform (Learn) is a natural element of the course. Web-based meetings with sound and image where simple presentations can be held. Lectures can be broadcast live or can alternatively be made available afterwards online.