Students can either specialize in one of the four major Anglophone areas – British and Irish literature, North American literature, Australian and New Zealand literature, and other literatures in English – or they can do a comparative study in two or more of these areas.
Methodological approaches may include national/transnational, ethnic, gender, queer, postcolonial, regional and other aspects shaping literary studies. The program is designed to encourage students to expand their literary-critical focus while also developing their teaching skills, networking and professionalism.
The program endeavours to reflect the latest developments in the field of Anglophone literary studies as well as a range of soft skills. This allows PhD candidates to enter the job market not only in academia but also in journalism, diplomacy, various national and transnational NGOs as well as in public service and commercial sector.
Accredited until 31.7.2017
You can apply until:
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For more information please visit the programme website !
Graduates of colleges or universities located in English-speaking countries (e.g. the United Kingdom, Ireland, Canada, the United Kingdom, Ireland, Canada, the United States, Australia, New Zealand and the English-speaking countries of the Caribbean, Africa and Asia) need not submit test scores.
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