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Leven en Lezen | 6

Leven en Lezen | 6 | Intermediality | Literature, Image, Performance | Scoop.it
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University of Groningen | Faculty of Arts | European Languages and Cultures | Bachelor, First Year Course. (Sept. 2013-Jan. 2014) | Lecturer: Dr Cécile Guédon.

'Leven en Lezen in Europa—1200-nu' is an introductory course in Comparative Literature from 1200 to the Twenty-first century for first-year students in European Languages and Cultures.

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University of Groningen | Faculty of Arts | MA in Literary and Cultural Studies | 'Intermediality—Literature, Image, Performance' (Feb. 2014-June 2014). |Lecturer: Dr Cécile Guédon.


'Intermediality—Literature, Image, Performance'.

 

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Narrative and/in Performance

Narrative and/in Performance | Intermediality | Literature, Image, Performance | Scoop.it
Discussion lab and research platform
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University of Groningen | Faculty of Arts | Art, Culture and Media | Research Masters in Literary and Cultural Studies. | Tutorial: 'Narrative and/in Performance' (Feb. 2013-June 2013). | Lecturer: Dr Cécile Guédon.

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Thirteen Ways of Looking at Intermediality

Thirteen Ways of Looking at Intermediality | Intermediality | Literature, Image, Performance | Scoop.it

University of Groningen | Faculty of Arts | Art, Culture and Media | Bachelor, Third Year Course.

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University of Groningen | Faculty of Arts | Art, Culture and Media | Bachelor, Third Year Course | 'Comparative Arts, 2' (Sept. 2013-Jan. 2014) | Lecturer: Dr Cécile Guédon.

'Comparative Arts 2 is an advanced course which explores various ways of theorising the interaction between art forms (music, architecture, visual arts, performing arts and literature). A great deal of emphasis is placed on methodology as well as on the theory of intermediality; the course has been designed in such a way that the lecturer and the students will be engaged in a collaborative effort to devise an ‘intermediality toolkit’, ready for use and direct application in individual research projects.' 

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