Etika i estetika britanskog modernizma

Naziv kolegija: Etika i estetika britanskog modernizma
Nastavnica: dr. sc. Martina Domines Veliki, docent
Jezik: engleski
Trajanje: 2. i 4. semestar
Status: izborni
Oblik nastave: 1 sat predavanja i 2 sat seminara tjedno
Uvjeti: završen preddiplomski studij anglistike, upisan 2./4. semestar diplomskog studija

Okvirni sadržaj predmeta:
Kolegij je zamišljen na način da kroz teoriju traume i nove studije siromaštva progovori o poziciji modernističkog subjekta u širem društveno-političkom kontekstu uoči i nakon Prvog svjetskog rata.
Studentske obveze: kontinuirano praćenje (prvi kolokvij sredinom semestra i drugi u zadnjem tjednu nastave), u konačnu ocjenu ulazi i seminarski rad, pohađanje nastave, te aktivnost na satu.

Sadržaj kolegija po tjednima:

    1. tjedan: Društveno-povijesni kontekst, opće odrednice modernizma
    2. tjedan: Prvi svjetski rat i ratna trauma
    3. tjedan: Mrs. Dalloway (1925)
    4. tjedan: nastavak Mrs. Dalloway
    5. tjedan: Robert Graves, Siegfried Sassoon, Wilfred Owen (odabir pjesama)
    6. tjedan: Goodbye To All That (1929)
    7. tjedan: kolokvij
    8. tjedan: novi studiji siromaštva, uvod
    9. tjedan: Sons and Lovers (1931)
    10. tjedan: nastavak Sons and Lovers
    11. tjedan: Down and Out in Paris and London (1933)
    12. tjedan: nastavak Down and Out
    13. tjedan: Pygmalion (1913)
    14. tjedan: završna rasprava
    15. tjedan: kolokvij, seminarski rad

Popis literature:
Obvezatna:
Virginia Woolf (1925) Mrs. Dalloway
Robert Graves, Siegfried Sassoon and Wilfred Owen – selections of poetry
Robert Graves (1929) Goodbye To All That
D.H. Lawrence (1931) Sons and Lovers
George Orwell (1933) Down and Out in Paris and London
George Bernard Shaw (1913) Pygmalion

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