The master's programme Anglophone Modernities and Culture prepares graduates for an academic profession in research and teaching with a focus on postcolonial, British or American literatures and cultures. Moreover, it opens career opportunities wherever an in-depth understanding of the diversity of literary and cultural developments in the English-speaking world is called for. This knowledge enables students to pursue careers in specialist journalism, publishing, the non-profit sector, translation, cultural education, advertising and public relations. The cooperation with international partner universities and institutions also qualifies students for positions in international organizations, higher education management as well as in archives and libraries.
The MA programme offers:
- a specialisation in Anglophone literatures and cultures from around the globe, including the British Isles, the USA and Canada, Australia and the Pacific, South Asia, the Caribbean and parts of Africa;
- thorough understanding of modernity with a particular emphasis on the constitutive role of non-Western cultures in the formation of the modern world;
- an in-depth engagement with cultural and literary theories of multiple modernities both past and present;
- an international outlook reflected in the degree's study abroad component that includes partner universities in Europe, Asia, Australia, Africa and America;
- mentored as well as independent research and translation projects.
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