In the Master’s programme Comparative Cultural Analysis you will explore works of art and literature, cinema and new media, as well as academic and popular culture in relation to contemporary issues such as globalisation, mobility, gender identities, and social and cultural conflicts.
The Master’s programme Comparative Cultural Analysis is dedicated to exploring a wide variety of cultural phenomena from a theoretical, interdisciplinary and intercultural perspective. Works of art and literature, cinema and new media, as well as academic and popular culture are examined in relation to contemporary issues such as globalisation, mobility, gender identities, and social and cultural conflicts.
What a culture identifies as a dialogue with another culture is a sometimes fruitful and sometimes conflictual but always productive moment that reveals that no ''culture” is a self-contained historical or geographical entity. The programme proposes to explore the dialogues between cultural phenomena, with a special emphasis on issues of mobility and identity construction.
The professors and researchers who form part of this programme all have diverse research areas. Questions concerning the programme literature are combined with a broader perspective from various subjects such as Cultural History, Literary Theory, Art History and Theory, Psychoanalysis, Philosophy and Aesthetics, Anthropology, Intermediality, and Gender Studies.
Comparative Cultural Analysis is an accredited degree programme of Arts and Culture. After successful completion of this programme, you will receive a legally accredited Master’s degree in Arts and Culture and the title Master of Arts (MA).
|Degree programme||MA Arts and Culture|
|Type||Regular study programme|
|Credits||60 ECTS, 12 months|
|Language of instruction||English|