Master's in American studies in Europe
Find Masters Programs in American studies in Europe 2019
In pursuing a degree in American studies, students seeking a higher education are embarking on an academic journey through the history, cultures, and peoples that create the fabric of society in the Americas.
Europe, one of the world's seven continents, is usually known as the westernmost peninsula of Eurasia. Second smallest continent, with 10,180,000 (km2), the area regroups 50 countries.
View all Master Programs in American studies in Europe 2019
4 Results in American studies, Europe
The MRes in Social Anthropology and Amerindian Studies is geared towards students seeking ethnographic and historical specialisation in the Americas. The programme aims to give students an awareness of research topics and trends in Amerindian Studies and to prepare them for anthropological fieldwork.
Internationally competitive in English, the master's program in American studies includes modules such as "Theories, Strategies and Practices in American Studies," "History, Policy and Governance," "Society, Difference and Diversity, "" Identity Building, "" Cultural Translation, "" Media Communication, "" American Image Culture, "" Euro-American Relations, "and" Fulbright Seminar "by US teachers. Teachers who teach in the program are Romanian teachers with internships in the US as well as American teachers in Romania as part of academic exchange programs.
The programme combines literary and linguistic instruction and provides a broader cultural overview of the countries in North America, combining both Anglophone and Francophone and Spanish-speaking regions, from Canada to the United States through Mexico and the Caribbean. The programme is designed so that the students gain an overview of each of the two cultural areas at the same time and are instructed on their mutual linguistic, literary, and cultural influences. For this reason, the programme is structured in a modular manner.
This course provides skills to advance you in the field of languages, literature, and culture in European and American postcolonial countries, and is divided into different curricula (American Studies, French Studies, German Studies, Iberian Studies, Slavic Studies and Balkan studies). During your studies, you will develop advanced skills in the history of literary language and the culture of the studied civilisations. You will acquire a strong competence in one of the languages studied. Internationality is a distinctive trait of the course thanks to collaborations with foreign universities that allow you to obtain joint degrees or double diplomas.