Niğde Ömer Halisdemir Üniversitesi
FEN EDEBİYAT FAKÜLTESİ - İNGİLİZ DİLİ VE EDEBİYATI BÖLÜMÜ
DERS İÇERİKLERİ
HAZIRLIK DERSLERİ
Ders Tipi Ders Teorik Pratik AKTS
Hazırlık Dersi IDE0000 İNGİLİZCE (HAZIRLIK) 0 0 0
1. DÖNEM DERSLERİ
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Zorunlu Ders IDE1001 SURVEY OF BRITISH LITERATURE I 4 0 5
In this course, the historical, social and political developments in Britain from the early ages to the 18th century are analyzed and discussed in relation to the literary works written in this period.
Zorunlu Ders IDE1003 INTRODUCTION TO BRITAIN I 2 0 3
In this course, the historical, social and political developments in Britain from the early ages to the 17th century are analysed and discussed in relation to the literary works written in this period.
Zorunlu Ders IDE1005 LITERARY GENRES AND TERMS I 4 0 5
Denotation and connotation, image, symbol, figures of speech (simile, metaphor, metonymy, personification, etc), allusion, types of allegory, types of irony, paradox, oxymoron, types of satire, parody.
Zorunlu Ders IDE1007 READING AND LITERARY ANALYSIS I 2 0 3
In this course extracts from novels, short stories, poetry, topical articles of criticism, newspapers and similar literary or non-fictional texts are read and analyzed in terms of their content and style. In this context, several exercises are done in order to enrich the students’ reading comprehension and vocabulary skills.
Zorunlu Ders IDE1009 ACADEMIC WRITING 2 0 2
At the beginning of the course, the student is introduced to the differences between written and oral composition. Different types of paragraphs and essays such as narrative, descriptive, expository, comparison-contrast, cause and effect, and argumentative are introduced and applied in class..
Zorunlu Ders IDE1011 MYTHOLOGY I 4 0 5
It will explore major cultural myths and epics from the world through the exploration of mythologies from different parts of the world such as Norse Mythology, Egyptian Mythology, Mesopotamian Mythology, Indian Mythology etc.
Zorunlu Ders IDE1013 FOREIGN LANGUAGE I 3 0 3
The course focuses on speaking, listening, reading, writing and learning skills. It is conducted following a topic-based, multi-strand syllabus which includes comprehensive work on grammar, vocabulary, pronunciation and integrated skills.
Zorunlu Ders ATA1015 ATATURK PRINCIPLES AND THE HISTORY OF REVOLUTION I 2 0 2
Zorunlu Ders TDL1011 TURKISH LANGUAGE I 2 0 2
2. DÖNEM DERSLERİ
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Zorunlu Ders IDE1002 SURVEY OF BRITISH LITERATURE II 4 0 5
In this course, the historical, social and political developments in Britain from the 18th century to the present are analysed and discussed in relation to the literary works written in this period.
Zorunlu Ders IDE1004 INTRODUCTION TO BRITAIN II 2 0 3
In this course, the historical, social and political developments in Britain from the 17th century to the present are analysed and discussed in relation to the literary works written in this period.
Zorunlu Ders IDE1006 LITERARY GENRES AND TERMS II 4 0 5
Literary genres, narrative techniques in short story, narrative techniques in novella and the novel, dramatic features of a play, poetic features of verse narratives.
Zorunlu Ders IDE1008 READING AND LITERARY ANAYSIS II 2 0 3
In this course extracts from novels, short stories, poetry, topical articles of criticism, newspapers and similar literary or non-fictional texts are analysed. In this context, several exercises are made in order to enrich reading comprehension and vocabulary skills of the student.
Zorunlu Ders IDE1010 SPEECH AND COMMUNICATION SKILLS 2 0 2
The differences between written and oral composition, transformation of written text into an oral text are explained. Essentials of correct pronunciation, phonation, stress, articulation and intonation are introduced. The importance of body language, the essentials of public speech, the relationship between the speaker and the audience, stage fright and how to overcome stage fright are dealt with. Types of speech (persuasive, informative) are explained. Issues to be considered while choosing a topic, good and effective presentation preparation methods are mentioned and discussed. Researching, making use of libraries and the internet, using audio and visual materials, making observations and planning while preparing presentations are mentioned and providing students with practice and presentation in different speech types.
Zorunlu Ders IDE1012 MYTHOLOGY II 4 0 5
The definitions of myth and mythology are clarified and illustrated. The characteristics of Prehellenic and Classical mythology are stated. The Creation, cosmology, other world myths are examined and the major and minor gods (sky, earth, water underworld) and the adventures of the heroes are examined and their significance are discussed.
Zorunlu Ders IDE1014 FOREIGN LANGUAGE II 3 0 3
The course focuses on speaking, listening, reading, writing and learning skills. It is conducted following a topic-based, multi-strand syllabus which includes comprehensive work on grammar, vocabulary, pronunciation and integrated skills.
Zorunlu Ders ATA1016 ATATURK PRINCIPLES AND THE HISTORY OF REVOLUTION II 2 0 2
Zorunlu Ders TDL1012 TURKISH LANGUAGE II 2 0 2
3. DÖNEM DERSLERİ
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Zorunlu Ders IDE2001 CLASSICAL LITERATURE 4 0 5
In this course, the ancient Greek Literature epic (Homer), tragedy (Aeschylus, Sophocles, Euripides), and comedy (Aristophanes) traditions with Roman period literature comedy (Plautus and Terentius), poetry (Vergilius, Horatius, Juvenal, Ovid) and the traditions of tragedy (Seneca) are studied.
Zorunlu Ders IDE2003 SHORT STORY 4 0 5
In this course, the development of the story in history, the revision of literary terms related to the story, the examination of the Russian, French and American predecessors of the modern story, British story writers and their works, the theories of modern history and the contributions of the story writers to the development of this literary genre are analyzed in a comparative way.
Zorunlu Ders IDE2005 ACADEMIC RESEARCH AND WRITING TECHNIQUES 4 0 5
Terms related to research techniques, the use of library and electronic resources, selecting the subject of research (subject to narrowing), searching the source (bibliography technique), pre-bibliography (on bibliography cards), note cards, drafting of the paper and using the MLA spelling format in the appropriate article layout (footnote, quote, etc.) a draft text writing work will be presented.
Zorunlu Ders IDE2007 TRANSLATION I 4 0 5
In this course, basic concepts of translation science will be introduced and how students can use this concept knowledge in translation will be presented.
Seçmeli Ders IDE2021 LATIN I 3 0 5
In this course, students will gain the basic Latin language knowledge and skills that they may need to understand Western literatures by emphasizing the importance of Latin in academia.
Seçmeli Ders IDE2023 ANCIENT ROOTS OF WESTERN LITERATURE 3 0 5
In this course, myths and legends, which are influenced and influenced by Western literature as well as the basic, religious and philosophical motifs of Western literature that constitute Western literature and culture will be examined.
Seçmeli Ders IDE2025 AMERICAN CULTURE AND HISTORY I 3 0 5
In this course, American Culture and History will be examined, interpreted and discussed in terms of social, political, philosophical and cultural aspects from the pre-colonial period to the 20th century.
Seçmeli Ders IDE2027 BRITISH CHILDREN’S LITERATURE 3 0 5
The emergence and development of English Children's Literature from the beginning to the present will be examined with details and examples within the framework of literary discourse, gender identities, national identities, colonialism discourse, popular culture and literature.
Seçmeli Ders IDE2029 CRITICAL THINKING 3 0 5
In this course, the history of critical thinking, the definitions and elements of critical thinking, the critical thinker's characteristics and the relationship between critical thinking and literature will be evaluated.
Seçmeli Ders IDE2031 LINGUISTICS 3 0 5
The linguistics course includes the examination and introduction of basic concepts, terms and analysis methods of linguistics.
4. DÖNEM DERSLERİ
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Zorunlu Ders IDE2002 MEDIEVAL ENGLISH LITERATURE 4 0 5
This course introduces the Old English period and its literature, and continues with Medieval English literature and its historical, social and cultural contexts.
Zorunlu Ders IDE2004 18TH CENTURY BRITISH NOVEL 4 0 5
In this course, the major differences between the novel in the 18th century and the literary genres of previous ages are introduced and the cultural, economic and social elements influential in the development of the genre are evaluated. The subgenres of the novel are examined with reference to the theoretical, philosophical and social context of the period.
Zorunlu Ders IDE2006 CULTURAL STUDIES 4 0 5
In this course, cultural studies and its topics are explained. The changes in the definition of culture since the 19th century are evaluated. In this context, key terms in cultural studies are identified and analysed while the relevant theoretical works are discussed.
Zorunlu Ders IDE2008 TRANSLATION II 4 0 5
Students will develop their ability to translate texts in various genres and subjects between the mother tongue and the target language, and during the translation, their dominance in these languages ​​will be enhanced by ensuring that semantic variations between the two languages ​​become aware of cultural differences.
Seçmeli Ders IDE2020 LATIN II 3 0 5
this course, students will gain knowledge and skills in Latin through the examples of Latin literature
Seçmeli Ders IDE2022 CONTEMPORARY BRITISH SOCIETY AND CULTURE 3 0 5
In this course, contemporary life and society of Britain will be defined and discussed with examples from geographic location, climate, peoples, institutions, traditions, gender, social class and habits.
Seçmeli Ders IDE2024 AMERICAN CULTURE AND HISTORY II 3 0 5
This course will deal in detail with specific themes and issues within the general cultural, social and historical framework of America. The specific theme/s or issue/s chosen by the instructor may range from the culture of violence, the culture of fear, democracy, Evangelism, immigration, ethnic diversity, gender, recent debates in the American political agenda, current issues in American foreign and domestic policy.
Seçmeli Ders IDE2026 TRAVEL LITERATURE 3 0 5
The theories used to evaluate this literary genre by introducing the travel book type will be examined. The travelogues written by British, Scottish, Welsh and Irish writers from the Middle Ages to the present will be analyzed within the framework of concepts such as cultural encounter, cultural alienation, and anti-colonialism.
Seçmeli Ders IDE2028 READINGS IN WESTERN PHILOSOPHY 3 0 5
In this course, selected basic texts, concepts (ontology and epistemology) and philosophers (Aristotle, Plato, Descartes, Spinoza, Leibnez, Bacon, Kant, Hegel and Deleuze) will be examined and the concepts discussed in philosophy will be discussed in connection with literature.
Seçmeli Ders IDE2030 EUROPEAN LITERATURE: AN INTRODUCTION 3 0 5
In this course, the selected works of European Literature will be examined in the historical and cultural process and examples from the German, French, Italian and Russian Literature.
5. DÖNEM DERSLERİ
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Zorunlu Ders IDE3001 RENAISSANCE ENGLISH LITERATURE 4 0 5
In this course, after introducing the Renaissance and 17th century English literature along with their historical, social and cultural contexts, selected writers and their works are analysed, discussed and interpreted.
Zorunlu Ders IDE3003 SHAKESPEARE 4 0 5
Shakespeare’s selected dramatic works in various genres are identified, analysed, and discussed in relation to the social, political, cultural, and literary developments of the Elizabethan period.
Zorunlu Ders IDE3005 VICTORIAN NOVEL 4 0 5
In this course, the technical and thematic changes in the English novel till the 19th century are evaluated. In this context, the social, economic, political and philosophical features of the 19th century English novels are analysed,and discussed in the light of their differences from the 18th century novels. The relevant literary works of the period are evaluated.
Zorunlu Ders IDE3007 LITERARY THEORY AND CRITICISM I 4 0 5
In this course, the relationship and differences between literary criticism and literary theory are presented and evaluated. The course chronologically analyses the development of literary theory and criticism from the classical period through the 20th century with the examples of literary critics and their works. In this context, the relevant literary theories and theoretical works are studied.
Seçmeli Ders IDE3021 TRANSLATION III 3 0 5
In this course, in- class/ at home translation is undertaken in the fields mentioned in the course objectives. Different translations of the same texts are discussed and compared in terms of their textual and linguistics characteristics. The student’s translation homeworks are critically evaluated.
Seçmeli Ders IDE3023 AMERICAN LITERATURE I 3 0 5
In this course, the characteristics of the main movements and schools of American poetry are introduced. Then Colonial poetry, the Romantic poetry are studied and discussed through poems and poets of the related movements. In this course, the technical and thematic changes in the American Novel are also evaluated. In this context, the social, economic, political and philosophical features of American novels are analysed and discussed in the light of their differences from previous periods. The selected literary works of the period are evaluated.
Seçmeli Ders IDE3025 SCIENCE FICTION AND FANTASY LITERATURE 3 0 5
In this course, Science Fiction as a growing literary genre is discussed in relation to its historical development with emphasis on the essential themes, devices, and the cultural forces peculiar to the genre. Interactions between humanity, science, society, and literature are examined within representative texts.
Seçmeli Ders IDE3027 BRITISH POPULAR LITERATURE 3 0 5
The changing definitions of the terms “popular” and “popular literature” are introduced and the relationship between “popular literature” and “popular culture” is discussed. During the course, major literary works from different periods representing the sub-genres of British popular literature, such as horror fiction, romance fiction, science fiction, fantasy fiction, detective fiction and adventure fiction are studied in the light of relevant critical views.
Seçmeli Ders IDE3029 17TH CENTURY BRITISH LITERATURE 3 0 5
This course, the historical, social and political developments in Britain in the 17th century are analysed and discussed in relation to the literary works written in this period.
Seçmeli Ders IDE3031 DETECTIVE FICTION 3 0 5
Development of British detective fiction, Theories of detective fiction, Criticism and Interpreting the text, selected authors and their works.
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Zorunlu Ders IDE3002 18TH CENTURY BRITISH POETRY 4 0 5
In this course, after introducing the Neoclassical English literature and the Romantic movement within their historical, social and cultural contexts, some selected writers and their works are analysed, discussed and compared.
Zorunlu Ders IDE3004 BRITISH DRAMA: FROM 18TH CENTURY TO 20TH CENTURY 4 0 5
In this course, representative playwrights and their significant plays written from 18th century to 1950 are studied, discussed, and interpreted with regard to form and content along with the dramatic movements.
Zorunlu Ders IDE3006 MODERN BRITISH NOVEL 4 0 5
In this course, Modernism and the development of the Modernist Novel are introduced. Major modernist themes and formal aspects are examined in the modernist novels with reference to the ideas of relevant authors, theorists and philosophers.
Zorunlu Ders IDE3008 LITERARY THEORY AND CRITICISM II 4 0 5
In this course, the New Criticism, Russian Formalism, Structuralism, Post-Structuralism, Reader-Response Theory, Feminist Literary Criticism, Ecocriticism, and other literary critical movements and theories and their key concepts are presented and evaluated. In this context, the relevant literary theories and theoretical works are studied.
Seçmeli Ders IDE3020 TRANSLATION IV 3 0 5
In this course, in-class/at-home translation is undertaken in the fields which are mentioned in the course objectives. Different translations of the same text are discussed and compared in terms of their textual and linguistic characteristics.
Seçmeli Ders IDE3022 AMERICAN LITERATURE II 3 0 5
In this course, the technical and thematic changes in the American literature are evaluated. In this context, the social, economic, political and philosophical features of American literary works are analysed and discussed in the light of their differences from previous periods. The selected literary works of the period are evaluated.
Seçmeli Ders IDE3024 GENDER STUDIES 3 0 5
In this course, after an introduction to gender, representations of gender in selected written and oral texts are analysed and discussed in relation to gender theories and practices.
Seçmeli Ders IDE3026 UTOPIAS AND DYSTOPIAS 3 0 5
In this course, the origins and development of utopian and dystopian literature are studied with reference to its place in English literature; representative texts are analysed within the context of the major principles of utopian and dystopian thought.
Seçmeli Ders IDE3028 GOTHIC LITERATURE 3 0 5
This course explores the Gothic from its eighteenth-century origins to its present-day incarnations, examining in particular the conventions that have allowed this diverse and evolving genre to remain at once relevant and recognizable.
Seçmeli Ders IDE3030 LITERATURE AND PSYCHOLOGY 3 0 5
This course explores psychoanalysis from its origins to its present-day incarnations, examining in particular the literary texts in the light of psychoanalytic conventions.
7. DÖNEM DERSLERİ
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Zorunlu Ders IDE4000 GRADUATION THESIS I 2 2 5
In this course, subjects of graduation theses in which students are interested are determined, literature related to subjects is scanned, the process of doing research is planned, necessary data is collected, analysed, and commented; the consequences are written in reports.
Zorunlu Ders IDE4003 BRITISH POETRY: 19TH AND 20TH CENTURIES 4 0 5
In this course, the selected texts of Victorian poetry and prose are analysed and the characteristics and genres of early twentieth century poetry and prose are explained.
Zorunlu Ders IDE4005 POST-WAR BRITISH DRAMA 4 0 5
In this course, the development of British drama and a survey of representative movements, dramatists and their works from 1950s to the present are studied.
Zorunlu Ders IDE4007 POST-WAR BRITISH NOVEL 4 0 5
In this course, the technical and thematic changes in the English novel from the 1950s to today are evaluated. Contemporary English novels are interpreted through comparison between the novels of the previous centuries. The theories of the period are analysed with reference to the novels.
Seçmeli Ders IDE4021 TRENDS IN CONTEMPORARY CRITICAL THEORY 3 0 5
In this course, the features of philosophical, cultural, and intellectual environments that led to the development of poststructuralism and postmodern philosophy are first elaborated. Major works by leading theorists of feminist philosophy, environmental philosophy, animal studies, and posthumanism are evaluated with reference to the new critical insights, introduced by these theories to interpret literary works.
Seçmeli Ders IDE4023 LITERATURE, ENVIRONMENT AND ECOLOGY 3 0 5
In this course, recent ecocritical theories, the waves of ecocriticism, environmental ethics, the differences between anthropocentrism and ecocentrism are introduced. Contemporary environmental problems are evaluated and analysed in the literary works within the light of the latest ecocritical movements such as postcolonial ecocriticism.
Seçmeli Ders IDE4025 LITERATURE AND FILM 3 0 5
In this course, main theories of adaptation are introduced along with their historical development; basic cinematography terms are explained; concepts and qualities common to both written narratives and cinematic works are dealt with. In the main part of the course, cinematic adaptations of literary works that represent different periods and genres of English literature are studied with reference to the given theoretical framework.
Seçmeli Ders IDE4027 LITERATURE, MACHINE AND TECHNOLOGY 3 0 5
In this course, the relations between technology and society will be discussed thematically by focussing on a range of literary texts and digital media.
Seçmeli Ders IDE4029 BRITISH WOMEN WRITERS: 18TH AND 19TH CENTURIES 3 0 5
In this course, the women writers in 18th and 19 th centuries are introduced in the light of changing cultural, literary, and social dynamics. The place of women writers in different periods, their education, and how they are represented in cultural and literary texts in comparison to the male writers are analysed.
Seçmeli Ders IDE4031 CONTEMPORARY AMERICAN NOVEL 3 0 5
In this course, the technical and thematic changes in American novels of the 1990s and 2000s are evaluated. In this context, the social, economic, political and philosophical features of American novels are analysed and discussed in the light of their differences from previous periods. The selected literary works of the period are evaluated.
Seçmeli Ders IDE4033 HISTORY OF TRANSLATION 3 0 5
In this course, several periods in history both in Europe and Turkey and translators and their texts in those periods are evaluated. Translators and their texts are analysed within the social, political and cultural contexts.
Seçmeli Ders IDE4035 SIGN LANGUAGE 3 0 5
In this course, the basics of sign language are analysed through visual and aural media.
Seçmeli Ders IDE4037 ENTREPRENEURSHIP 4 0 5
In this course, the basics of entrepreneurship are analysed through corporations.
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Zorunlu Ders IDE4000 GRADUATION THESIS II 2 2 5
Using the research methods and techniques under a supervision of an instructor, students will write a dissertation for his own choice.
Zorunlu Ders IDE4004 CONTEMPORARY BRITISH POETRY 4 0 5
Contemporary English poetry will be analysed within its socio-cultural, historical and literary context. In the course, themes, developments, movements in Postmodern English poetry will be examined with respect to form, content and the philosophical thoughts of the period. (Larkin, Hughes, Heaney, Bush, Durcan, Armitage, L. K. Johnson, C. A. Duffy, Kay, K. Jamie, Nichols, Nuala Ni Dhomhnaill, L. Greenlaw)
Zorunlu Ders IDE4006 POSTCOLONIAL BRITISH LITERATURE 4 0 5
A course of postcolonial fiction, poetry, drama and autobiography in English. Recurrent themes and issues such as identity, power, migration, race, gender, nation, and representation will be considered .The specific social, cultural and historical contexts from which these literatures emerge will be examined. The course will focus on Post-coloniality, the Self, and the Nation; Colonialism and Language; Race, Diaspora, and Return; and Postcolonial Environments.
Zorunlu Ders IDE4008 21ST CENTURY BRITISH LITERATURE 4 0 5
This module offers students the opportunity to explore the British novel and its formal and thematic developments from 2000 to the present day. Through a focused study of 21st century English literature and its conceptual and political contexts, this module is designed to equip students to understand the contemporary literary and academic landscape in the UK, and to support students to pursue their own personal research interests in the contemporary literature as a vital literary form today and part of a thriving publishing industry.
Seçmeli Ders IDE4020 ADVANCED TRANSLATION SKILLS 3 0 5
In the course, language competence and literary knowledge of students will be strengthened by translating different types of texts from Turkish to English, English to Turkish.
Seçmeli Ders IDE4022 LITERATURE AND GLOBAL CULTURE 3 0 5
The course is not intended, in any way, as a literary history of globalization; while we will touch on both the colonial and postcolonial eras, our focus will be primarily on contemporary texts and the ways in which they confront the ontological and epistemological challenges of a postmodern, globalized world. Our primary objective in this course is to introduce you to a variety of theoretical approaches to the problem of globalization.
Seçmeli Ders IDE4024 LITERATURE, ART AND AESTHETICS 3 0 5
This course will provide opportunities for students to understand the relationship among aesthetics, art and literature through relevant texts.
Seçmeli Ders IDE4026 IRISH LITERATURE 3 0 5
This course will attempt provide a general introduction to "Irish Studies" and to explore more specifically the complex relationships between political nationalism and culture in modern Ireland.
Seçmeli Ders IDE4028 COMPARATIVE LITERATURE 3 0 5
The course will concentrate on the application of methods by which research into Comparative Literature can be conducted. Students will analyze the reference points of more than one society and language group when studying how texts are received or created in different contexts. Questions are asked about the interaction between literatures and cultures. With regard to English, the issue of “international” languages will be addressed, and both the advantages and disadvantages of this phenomenon will be assessed.
Seçmeli Ders IDE4030 SCOTTISH LITERATURE 3 0 5
A survey of Scottish literature from the Middle Ages to the present.
Seçmeli Ders IDE4032 TRANSLATION STUDIES 3 0 5
By exploring the developmental stages of translation as a science, this course will demonstrate how it has evolved together with translation theories and concepts. Different texts in Turkish and English with different editions will be compared and analysed.
Seçmeli Ders IDE4034 LITERATURE AND IDEOLOGY 3 0 5
This course will examine a number of texts from the perspective of changing conceptions of 'ideology', from Marx to the present day. By looking at works by writers such as William Wordsworth, Charlotte Bronte, Joseph Conrad and Samuel Beckett, the course explores the relationships between ideas of subjectivity, class, and the unconscious and examines the responses of literary texts to the possibility of radical political change. Karl Marx, Louis Althusser and Slavov Zizek will form the principal theoretical perspectives. Secondary reading will include the work of György Lukács, Walter Benjamin, Theodor Adorno, Raymond Williams, Jerome McGann, Terry Eagleton, and Frederick Jameson.
Seçmeli Ders IDE4036 LITERATURE AND MIGRATION 3 0 5
This course will provide opportunities for students to understand the influence of human migrations to our culture as well as raise the readers’ awareness of the migrant writers’ contributions to literature.