dr. I. Visser
These are the courses I teach or have taught in the Bachelor Programme of the Department of English Language and Culture:
Introduction to English Literature
World Literatures in English
My courses in the Master's Programme Literary Studies have been:
William Faulkner’s Cosmos
Orality in Literature in English
American Literature Around 1850
Modernism: Changing Consciousness
The New Literatures in English
The Family in Postcolonial Literatures in English
Writing, Editing and Mediating I: Modern Literature and Mediation
Areas in which I supervise MA dissertations:
American Literature after 1850
Contemporary Literature in Engish, including postcolonial and non-Western literature in English
Here are some titles of MA dissertations that were completed under my supervision:
Morality, Governance, and Citizenship in Stephen King’s The Stand and Under the Dome.
Keeping Our Secrets Secret: Polarization and Demonization in British Cold War Fiction.
Born Free: Autobiographical Analysis of Dreams from my Father by Barack Obama and The Color of Water by James McBride.
Chicanas Write Back: Gender and Homosexuality in Works by Gloria Anzaldúa, Estela Portillo Trambley, and Ana Castillo
“We Are the Revolting Children”: Rebellion in J. M. Barrie’s Peter and Wendy and Roald Dahl’s Matilda.
Tolerance as Cultural Difference: Ian Buruma’s Murder in Amsterdam as Case Study.
“Nobody Told Me”: Literary Trauma in Faulks’s Birdsong, Barry’s A Long Long Way, Hill’s Strange Meeting, and Johnston’s How Many Miles to Babylon.
Transgression in Novels by Palahniuk, Ellis and Burroughs.
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