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Oxford University Gazette, 15 May 2008: Examinations and Boards

Board of the Faculty of English Language and Literature

The Centrally Taught Special Topics for the Final Honour School of English Language and Literature, Course I, Paper 8 (j) and Course II, Paper B7 (i) for examination in Trinity Term 2009 will be:

(i) Lexicography and the English Language

(ii) Grub Street and Its Critics

(iii) Principles of Film Appreciation

(iv) 1895: A Cultural History

(v) Life Writing: Critical Approaches

The Board of the Faculty of English Language and Literature may cancel by the end of Trinity Term 2008 any Centrally Taught Special Topic which is undersubscribed or for which teaching becomes unavailable.

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Changes in Regulations

With the approval, where applicable, of the Educational Policy and Standards Committee of Council, the following changes in regulations made by the Continuing Education Board will come into effect on 30 May.

Continuing Education Board

With effect from 1 October 2008 (for first examination in 2009)

(a) Undergraduate Diploma in Biblical and Theological Studies (Wycliffe Hall)

In Examination Regulations, 2007, delete from p. 1048, l. 43, to p. 1049, l. 15 and substitute:

'(b) Candidates shall take twelve subjects, all nine from Group A and three from Group B. The definitive list of subjects from Group B for any one year will be circulated to candidates before the start of Michaelmas Term of that year.

Group A

1. Old Testament I

2. Old Testament II

3. New Testament I

4. New Testament II

5. Christian Doctrine I

6. Christian Doctrine II

7. Church History and Historical Theology I

8. Church History and Historical Theology II

9. Theological Reflection (part-taught, leading to dissertation)

Group B

10. Christian Ethics

11. The Study of Christian Mission

12. Pastoral Theology

13. Christian Worship and Prayer

14. The Study of Christian Apologetics

15. The Study of Christian Evangelism

16. The Study of an Influential Christian Thinker

17. Christianity, Communication and Culture

18. Christian Homiletics'.


(b) Foundation Certificate in Modern History

With effect from 1 October 2009

In Examination Regulations, 2007, p. 1083, l. 11, delete 'Modern'.

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