Coventry University’s Faculty of Arts & Humanities produces a 3-day live degree show, showcasing each student’s creative work or final projects. The show typically generates interest from family and friends, the general public and significant industry professionals who are invited to view the range of projects produced. Unfortunately, due to the restrictions of the global
Literature, if written well, has an intense power over the reader forcing them to question their own ideals as well as the ideals of the society they live in. Literature has the ability to make a reader transform and redefine what’s important whilst touching the reader’s soul, giving them a glimpse into a part of
Research builds the foundation of a good dissertation and with an English one, you can never have too much information. My dissertation consisted of research from journal articles, plays and poems, critical essays and writing which helped shape my topic and what I wanted to write about. By creating a digital presentation, I was able
Societies and Sports Clubs at university run no less than a small business or company, they require time, dedication and genuine passion to see their successful running. Although I worked as President of CUSU MTS during a global pandemic, I have still been able to develop skills and implement new strategies and standardised practices that
Speculative Fiction is a fascinating genre that explores elements of fictional writing. As part of the module, I did a presentation exploring Tolkien’s The Hobbit and how it fits as a speculative fiction novel. View the linked project to get a crash course in all things spec fic -Hobbit style.
3. Examine how speculative fiction questions our notions of what makes us human? Speculative fiction is a literary genre which is encompasses, but not limited to, the sub-genres of fantasy, magical realism, science fiction and horror. One of the key defining features of speculative fiction works is the concept of a secondary world, in which
Introduction: Critical Discourse Analysis Critical Discourse Analysis (CDA) is a stem of critical language theory that focuses on the product of social and cultural relationships and how they are realised in language, primarily through the way “social power abuse, dominance and inequality are enacted, reproduced and resisted in text and talk” (Van Dijk 2015), within
1: Discuss the role of the jury in criminal cases within the English legal system In criminal cases, 12 individuals are unsystematically selected to perform the civil duty of jury service. The main use of a jury is “in the Crown Court, where it decides whether the defendant is guilty or not guilty” by using