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Approved 8 Dec 2021

English IV, including Degree Thesis 2 for Teacher Students, Upper secondary school (EN3071)

V3AHY (Spring 2022, 100%, Day, Distance, Falun, Round 1, ORD)

Literature

Course modules

1. Discourse Analysis
  • Paltridge, B. (2006). Discourse Analysis (-). London: Continuum.
    Book / Anthology
  • Additional literature of ca 120 pages.
    Text
2. Degree Thesis 2 for Teacher Students, Upper secondary school
  • Cohen, L., Manion, L., & Morrison, K. (2018). Research Methods in Education (8th ed.). New York: Routledge.
    Other:You may also use the 7th edition from 2011.
    Book / Anthology
  • McKay, S. (2005). Researching second language classrooms [Electronic resource]. London: Lawrence Erlbaum. Retrieved from http://tinyurl.com/w8y9al5.
    E-book or PDF
  • Additional reading amounting to approximately 120 pages.
    Text
3. World Literatures in English
  • Aboulela, L. (1999). The Translator (Valfri utgåva).
    Book / Anthology
  • Carey, P. (2000). The True History of the Kelly Gang (Valfri utgåva).
    Book / Anthology
  • Hulme, K. (1983). The Bone People (Valfri utgåva).
    Book / Anthology
  • Jhabvala, R. P. (1975). Heat and Dust (Valfri utgåva).
    Book / Anthology
  • Ondaatje, M. (1987). In the Skin of a Lion (Valfri utgåva).
    Book / Anthology
  • Phillips, C. (2003). A Distant Shore (Valfri utgåva).
    Book / Anthology
4. Literature of Migration in English
  • Emecheta, B. (1974). Second-Class Citizen (-). London: Heinemann.
    Book / Anthology
  • Gurnah, A. (2001). By the Sea (-). London: Bloomsbury.
    Book / Anthology
  • McCann, C. (2009). Let the Great World Spin (-). London: Bloomsbury.
    Book / Anthology
  • Ondaatje, M. (1987). In the Skin of a Lion (-). London: Secker and Warburg.
    Book / Anthology
  • Rhys, J. (1934). Voyage in the Dark (-). Harmondsworth: Penguin.
    Book / Anthology
  • Selvon, S. (1956). The Lonely Londoners (-). London: Penguin.
    Book / Anthology
  • Selection of articles made available on Learn.
    Text

Reference literature

Course modules

1. Discourse Analysis
  • Paltridge, B., & Hyland, K. (2011). Bloomsbury Companion to Discourse Analysis (1st ed.). London: Bloomsbury.
    Book / Anthology
2. Degree Thesis 2 for Teacher Students, Upper secondary school
3. World Literatures in English
  • Baker, J. (Ed.). (1981). English Literature: Opening Up the Canon. (-). Baltimore: John Hopkins U.P..
    Book / Anthology
  • Hogan, P. C. (2000). Colonialism and Cultural Identity: Crisis of Tradition in the Anglophone Literatures of India, Africa and the Caribbean (-). Albany: State University of New York Press..
    Book / Anthology
  • Hogan, P. C. (2004). Empire and Poetic Voice: Cognitive and Cultural Studies of Literary Tradition and Colonialism (-). Albany: State of New York Press.
    Book / Anthology
  • Jhabvala, R. P. (1999). Heat and Dust (-). New York: Counterpoint.
    Book / Anthology
  • Schulzw-Engler, F. (2012). “The Commonwealth Legacy: Towards a Decentred Reading of World Literature”. Cross/readings in the post/colonial Literatures in English, vol 145, 3-14.
    Journal
  • Walder, D. (2011). Postcolonial nostalgias: writing, representation and memory (-). London: Routledge.
    Book / Anthology
  • White, J. (Ed.). (1993). Recasting the World: Writing after Colonialism (-). Baltimore: John Hopkins U.P..
    Book / Anthology
4. Literature of Migration in English
  • Jay, P. (2010). Global Matters: The Transnational Turn in Literary Studies (-). Ithaca, NY: Cornell UP.
    Book / Anthology
  • Papastergiadis, N. (2000). The Turbulence of Migration: Globalization, Deterritorialization and Hybridity. (-). Cambridge: Polity Press.
    Book / Anthology
  • White, P. (Ed.). (1995). Writing Across Worlds: Literature and Migration (-). London: Routledge.
    Book / Anthology