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GEOGRAPHICAL/CULTURAL AREAS

AFR – African
AMR – United States
ANF – Anglo-Norman-French
ANL – Anglo-Latin
AUS – Australian
CAN – Canada
CAR – Caribbean
COM – Commonwealth

IND – India
IRI – Ireland
NZE – New Zealand
ONS – Old Norse Studies
SAF – South Africa
SCO – Scotland
WEL – Wales

LANGUAGE AND LINGUISTICS

CEN – Contemporary English
CGL – Cognitive Linguistics
CML – Computational Linguistics
DIA – Dialectology
GRA – Grammar and Syntax
HEN – History of English
LGH – History of English Linguistics and Historical Linguistics

LXL – Lexicology and Lexicography
ONO – English Onomastics
PHO – Phonetics and Phonology
PRA – Pragmatics
PSL – Psycholinguistics
SCL – Sociolinguistics
SMA – Semantics
SPE – Speech Studies/ Spoken English

LANGUAGE  LEARNING

ACE – Acquisition of English
APL Applied Linguistics
CAL CALL

EIL – English as an International Language
ESC – English for Scientific Purposes
ESP – English for Specific Purposes

LITERARY-LINGUISTIC AREAS

DIS – Discourse Analysis and Text Linguistics
MET – Metaphor
RHE – Rhetoric

SEM – Semiotics
STY – Stylistics
TRA – Translation

LITERATURE: GENRE A

AUB – Autobiography
BIO – Biography
DRA – Drama
NOV – Novel

POE – Poetry
PRO – Non-fictional Prose
SST – Short Story
THE – Theatre

LITERATURE: GENRE B

CHL – Children’s Literature
CRI – Crime
EPI – Epic
FAN – Fantastic/Gothic
FTE  – Folk Tales, Fairy Tales, Ethnography
HUM – Comedy/Humour
RMC – Romance

SAT – Satire and Irony
SCF – Science Fiction and Literature and Science
SPY – Spionage
TRL – Travel Literature
UTO – Utopias

LITERATURE: TOPICS

CLA – Classical Literature, Influence of, Translation of
CMP – Comparative Literature
CRH – Critical History
CRT – Critical Theory and Poetics
CRW – Teaching Creative Writing
LPR – Literary Pragmatics
LTP – Literature and Politics
NAT – Narrative Theory, and Narratology

ORA – Orality and Literature
PCL – Postcolonial Literature and Theory
PSY – Psychoanalysis
REC – Reception Theory and Studies, Reading Theory
RHE – Rhetoric
SLT – Sociology of Literature
SHK – Shakespeare

TEXTUAL STUDIES

BHI – History of the Book and of Publishing
BIB – Bibliography

EDT – Editing
PAL – Palaeography

CULTURAL STUDIES, MEDIA STUDIES

COL – Colonialism/ Colonial Discourse
CUL – Cultural Studies and Mentalities
ETH – Ethnicity
FEM – Feminism
FIL – Film Studies
GEN – Gender and Sexuality
GSL – Gay/Lesbian Studies

JOU – Journalism
MED – Media Studies
POP – Popular Culture
SEM – Semiotics
TEL – Television
WMS – Women’s Studies

HISTORY AND OTHER CODES

CIV – Civilisation Studies
ECN – Economics
HIS – History
HID – History of Ideas
PHI – Philosophy

POL – Politics and Ideology
MUS – Music
REL – Religion
VIS – Visual Arts and Image Studies

PEDAGOGY AND TEACHING

CTD – Computers in Teaching (other than CALL)
TED – Teacher Education

TEM – Teaching Method