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Alison Leese

Alison Leese

"As a mature student going into university it can be quite daunting, however the staff and the students within this department have all been supportive, friendly and approachable."

American Studies student (2012)

Hannah Bailey

Hannah Bailey

"The small seminar groups allow for such interesting conversation which really helps you get a good understanding of the texts and their contexts. "

English and American Literatures student (2010)

Cat Burton-Cartledge

Cat Burton-Cartledge

"Despite being a mature student living off campus, I always felt involved in student life."

American Studies student (2010)

Christopher Lockwood

Christopher Lockwood

"The course can be as specific or as generic as you want it to be: for instance, you can study courses based upon a particular theme or time period, or courses that span the whole of American literature from the very earliest writings of the settlers to books published last week! "

English and American Literatures student (2009)

Aidan Jones

Aidan Jones

"The study of American literature, which was largely new to me, also meant I was learning new things from the beginning and learning to look at literature in a different way."

English and American Literatures student (2010)

Harriet Earle

Harriet Earle

"Because of the size of the course there are less students per tutor – so more interaction with the members of staffs and a good student-tutor relationship."

English and American Literatures student (2010)

Emma Hagger

Emma Hagger

"The course is varied and interesting, the lecturers know so much about their subjects and are always willing to impart this to their students!"

American Studies student (2010)

  

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