Introduction to Critical Theory | Modern English | Introduction to Urban Literature | Social Theory | Introduction to Law | Employment Law | The World of Work.
BA [Hons] English + Equality
There are opportunities to study abroad through an Erasmus Programme in Year 3. A work industry placement takes place in Year 3.
What will I do?
- Study a range of literary works, looking at their history, genre and themes.
- Critically examine the history of equality law, learning how to critique and analyse such legislation.
- Explore the relationship between representation, culture and politics.
- Develop skills in critical and analytical writing and thinking.
- Learn the skills necessary for human resource management.
- Examine what equality, diversity and inclusion mean in today’s organisations.
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What will I be able to do when I graduate?
Graduates can access a diverse variety of careers in politics, journalism, law, human rights and human resources. This course opens up opportunities in equality, diversity, inclusion, policy development and advocacy in governmental and non-governmental organizations, charities and international development agencies.
You will be eligible to apply for Professional Master in Education courses.
What will I study?
Critical Theory | Nineteenth Century Novel | Political Economy & Globalisation | Genres of Popular Fiction | Inclusion & Society | The Irish Literary Revival | Twentieth Century Irish Literature | European & Irish Equality Law.
James Joyce | Cultural Identities | Research Methodologies | Modernism | Irish Constitutional Law and Equality | Inclusion & Society 2 | Placement | Erasmus.
Contemporary Literatures 1 | Postmodernism | EDI Workplace Management | European Human Rights Law | The European Social Model | Gothic & Horror | American Literature | Law & Literature | Cultural Identities | Project.