['A' Course Contextual Studies Documents - Literature Elective Practical Criticism]

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Title

['A' Course Contextual Studies Documents - Literature Elective Practical Criticism]

Creator

Unknown

Format

Notes

Identifier

AC/AD/1#47

Date Accepted

2015-03-18

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Depositor

Andrew Darley

Location

Archive Storage Room

Comments

These notes were given to us at the start of each year by way of describing the content of the seminar electives on offer and in order for us to choose which we wanted to opt for. History of Art was a separate Department and provided contextual studies courses for all of the Practical Subject fields within the School. I can't recall every course I took. But those that stay in my mind are the film studies courses taken in Year's one and two, first with Raymond Durgnat and then with Peter Wollen; the Literature seminars, again undertaken in both the First and Second year with Sandra Stevens; the Mass Media seminar led by Andrew Higgins in Year two, and seminars led by David Medella, Andrew Causey and Edward Taney. For me, Contextual Studies were a really important complement to what was happening in the 'A' Course itself and, on occasion, they'd take precedence in terms of interest and commitment. As noted by Andrew Darley, 7/1/2015.

UID

1388

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RL

Digital Collection

https://archive.leftove.rs/documents/grid/created/group=='A'_Course

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Citation

Unknown, “['A' Course Contextual Studies Documents - Literature Elective Practical Criticism],” MayDay Rooms Archive, accessed May 22, 2024, https://catalogue.maydayrooms.org/items/show/471.

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