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School of English, Drama and Film

Information Booklet for Level Three Evening Students

2010-11

General Information:

School Administrator: Pauline Slattery t. 716 8323 e. Pauline.Slattery@ucd.ie
Evening Degree Co-ordinator (English):

Dr Emilie Pine: email Emilie.Pine@ucd.ie or telephone: t. 716 8330

Office hours: Wednesday 5-6.30pm, or email me to make an appointment for Monday evening, or at an alternate time. My office is room J211.
The BA Programme Office is located on the ground floor of the Newman Building (Arts Building) and is open late on Wednesdays from 5.30-6.30.

Email: bapartime@ucd.ie Tel: 716 8642


For any computer/website access issues contact I.T. Services: Tel: 716 2700
For queries about a module you are taking, please contact the relevant convenor (see next page).
In order to keep up with course announcements and important information from your Convenor, Tutor or Co-Ordinator, you must check your UCD email account regularly. We also strongly recommend that you acquaint yourself with Blackboard, which is accessed through UCD Connect. This is the site where lecturers and tutors place important course information and notices, as well as details of assignments and assessment dates.
Tutorials: You will be registered for tutorials in the first week of each semester. 

 Timetable: You will have five contact hours per week:



  • two one-hour lectures (on Monday and Wednesday at 6.30pm)

  • two one-hour tutorials (on Monday and Wednesday at either 5.30pm or 8.30pm)

  • one one-hour seminar (on either Monday or Wednesday, at 7.30pm) 

Dates: Semester One – Lectures begin on Monday 13th September

Tutorials and Seminars begin on Monday 20th September

Reading Week (no classes) begins Monday 25th October

Semester Two – Lectures begin on Monday 17th January

Tutorials and Seminars begin on Monday 25th January

Term Break 7th-18th March (no classes)



English Level Three Modules 2010-2011 at a glance:
If you have any queries about the course or assessment, please direct them to your Module Convenor:
Semester One

Core Modules:

ENG3001E Renaissance Literature, Convenor Dr Naomi McAreavey Naomi.McAreavey@ucd.ie

Tutors: Kate Roddy and Andrew Linnane
ENG3015E Irish Literature in English, Convenor Dr Patrick Matthews (patrick.mathews@ucd.ie)

Tutors: Graham Price and Katherine O’Callaghan

 
Option Modules:

ENG3014E Jonathan Swift and Gulliver’s Travels, Convenor Honor O’Connor Honor.OConnor@ucd.ie


ENG3010E Three Novels Within the Literature of Empire, Convenor Kate Bateman

KBatemen@iol.ie
Semester Two

Core Modules:

ENG3012E Victorian to Modern Literature, Convenor Dr Fionnuala Dillane Fionnuala.Dillane@ucd.ie

Tutors: Honor O’Connor and Kate Bateman
ENG3006E American Modernism, Convenors Dr Maria Stuart (Maria.Stuart@ucd.ie) and Dr Fionnghuala Sweeney (Fionnghuala.Sweeney@ucd.ie)

Tutors: Barry Shanahan and Wendy Ward



Option Modules:

ENG3011E Shakespeare and Friends, Convenor Edel Semple (edel.semple@ucdconnect.ie)


ENG3013E Imperial Jane and the Wilde Irish, Convenor Shannon Byrne (shannon.byrne@ucdconnect.ie)

The following pages contain outlines of the modules that you will be taking. All modules are five credits, and you will be taking thirty credits in total this year (2010-11). For all information regarding the structure of your degree, please refer to the booklet issued by the UCD Arts, Celtic Studies and Human Sciences Programme Office: Student Guide to BA Part-time Mode 2010-11.




Semester One: Core Modules
ENG3001E Renaissance Literature

Convenor: Dr Naomi McAreavey

(Naomi.McAreavey@ucd.ie)
Lecture: Monday 6.30pm, Theatre P

Tutorials: Monday at either 5.30pm (G102 or G105) or 8.30pm (G102)


Assessment %

Attendance and contribution 10

Mid-term essay (2500 words): Monday 1st November 40

End-of-semester project: Friday 10 December 50



ENG3015E Irish Literature

Convenor: Dr P.J. Mathews

(Patrick.Mathews@ucd.ie)
Lecture: Wednesday 6.30pm, Theatre 0

Tutorials: Wednesday at either 5.30pm (J104 or J110) or 8.30pm (J104)


Assessment %

Attendance & Contribution 10

Mid-term Essay (2500 words): Wednesday 3rd November 40

End-of-semester examination 50



Semester One: Option Modules
ENG3010E Novels of Empire

Convenor: Kate Bateman

(KBateman@iol.ie)
Seminar: Monday 7.30pm, D112 or Wednesday 7.30pm, D112
Assessment: %

Attendance & Contribution 25

End-of-semester Essay (3000 words): Monday 6th December 75
ENG3014E Gulliver’s Travels

Convenor: Honor O’Connor

(Honor.OConnor@ucd.ie)
Seminar: Monday 7.30pm, G103 or Wednesday 7.30pm, G103
Assessment: %

Attendance & Contribution 25

End-of-semester Essay (3000 words): Monday 6th December 75
Semester Two: Core Modules
ENG3012E Victorian to Modern Literature

Convenor: Dr Fionnuala.Dillane

(Fionnuala.Dillane@ucd.ie)
Lecture: Monday 6.30pm, Theatre P

Tutorials: Monday at either 5.30pm (D112 or F101A) or 8.30pm (D112)


Assessment %

Attendance and contribution 10

Mid-term essay: Wednesday, 23 February (2500 words) 40

End-of-semester examination 50



ENG3006E American Modernism

Convenors: Dr Maria Stuart and Dr Fionnghuala Sweeney

(Maria.Stuart@ucd.ie and Fionnghuala.Sweeney@ucd.ie)
Lecture: Wednesday 6.30pm, Theatre 0

Tutorials: Wednesday at either 5.30pm (D112 or G102) or 8.30pm (D112)


Assessment %

Attendance & Contribution 10

Mid-term essay: Wednesday, 2 March (2500 words) 40

End-of-semester examination 50



Semester Two: Option Modules
ENG3013E Imperial Jane and Wilde Irish

Convenor: Shannon Byrne


Seminar: Monday 7.30pm, G105 or Wednesday 7.30pm, G105
Assessment: %

Attendance & Contribution 25

End-of-semester Essay (3000 words): Monday 27th April 75
ENG3011E Shakespeare and Friends

Convenor: Edel Semple

(Edel.Semple@ucdconnect.ie)
Seminar: Monday 7.30pm, G103 or Wednesday 7.30pm, G103
Assessment: %

Attendance & Contribution 25



End-of-semester Essay (3000 words): Monday 27th April 75


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