Literature after 1900 2114

Course Objectives

The students will gain insight into principal aspects of Norwegian literature and history from about 1900 up until the present day. The syllabus consists of works and shorter texts from the period, as well as literature history, literature theory and methodology. There is also a course concerning the most recent literature.

Course Description

Norwegian literature after 1900.

Learning Methods

Autumn semester, 7 hours per week for a period of 15 weeks. Lectures and seminars and group work.

The course is part of the Bachelor degree Literature and Language specialisation in Norwegian, as well as the Norwegian, 1-year Programme. The course is obligatory for students who wish to gain teaching competence in Norwegian in primary and secondary schools.

Assessment Methods

Individual home assignment of roughly 4000 words with obligatory supervision which counts for 40% of the final mark, and a 5-hour final examination which counts for 60%. Both must be written in bokmål. Students must receive passing marks in both the assignment and the final examination.

Minor adjustments may occur during the academic year, subject to the decision of the Dean

Publisert av / forfatter Birgit Norendal <>, last modified Eline Flesjø - 11/03/2010