INTENDED AUDIENCE: Students of English Literature
INDUSTRIES APPLICABLE TO: Only academics
COURSE OUTLINE : This is an eight-week course pitched at the Postgraduate level to provide an overview of a theoretical understanding of the fundamentals of postmodernism in Literature. Through a discussion of seminal texts, key ideas and critical events in the 20th century, the course maps the dominant socio-cultural and literary practices usually labelled as Postmodernism. Ranging from popular culture to particular theories, from literary events to ideological debates, this course attempts to cover a wide variety of topics and frameworks, to enable a critical understanding of Postmodernism in Literature. The course includes the discussion of selected literary texts and engages with various literary critical approaches from different paradigms including Feminism and Postcolonialism.