If anyone has ever told you that you’re a bookworm or if you enjoy classic and modern literary works, then a Master in Literature is the degree for you. As fascinating as creative writing may be, there is no reason to think that studying Literature as a scholar is any less interesting. Poetry, drama, novels and short stories – each of these major forms have their own unique world, a st… Read more
If anyone has ever told you that you’re a bookworm or if you enjoy classic and modern literary works, then a Master in Literature is the degree for you. As fascinating as creative writing may be, there is no reason to think that studying Literature as a scholar is any less interesting. Poetry, drama, novels and short stories – each of these major forms have their own unique world, a structure that is one of a kind, a story and characters that are not likely for anyone to come across in real life.
A Master in Literature offers a vast variety of programs, such as creative writing, children’s literature, or a program in a certain national literature. Some of the Master in Literature programs may also involve a thorough training in modern philosophy, semiotics, various linguistic and literary theories, such as narratology or the theory of aesthetic reader’s response, which studies the mechanisms of perception.
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Master's Degree in Contemporary Culture: Literature, Artistic Institutions and Cultural Communication
The main objective of the Master's degree is to train specialists of excellence, with up-to-date preparation in work and management of the main areas of professional activity ... +
The two-year program, housed in the Department of English Literature and Linguistics at Bar-Ilan University, offers an MA in English Literature with specializations in Literar ... +
This European, American and Postcolonial Language and Literature degree at Ca' Foscari University of Venice enriches your knowledge and skills in relation to the study of lang ... +
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The MA Crime and Gothic Fictions will introduce you to the advanced study of two popular genres that have entertained and informed culture from the nineteenth century to the p ... +
This Research Master’s programme offers you an excellent balance between linguistic variety and general theoretical perspectives on the nature of literature, its past and its ... +
The Programme has been developed to provide students with outstanding postgraduate experience in the field of English Language and Literature. MA English Language and Literatu ... +
What makes more sense than studying a Multilingual Master in the most prominent hub of multiculturalism in Europe? Take courses in linguistics and literary studies in up to ni ... +
The objective of the course is to ensure that Innovation: Approach, in a rigorous way, what in recent years was called "post-literature", reflecting on and questioning the mor ... +
The Leiden University Master in Literary Studies offers separate one-year programs in English, French, German and Italian literature and culture, as well as Literature in Soci ... +
The Master's program in Literary Studies teaches you to look critically at literary expressions. There are two specializations within the Master’s program in Literary Studies: ... +
The Master’s programme in the interdisciplinary field of human rights, with a profile within the humanities, combines historical, philosophical, political and legal perspectiv ... +
With debate continuing over Scotland’s political status, this Masters degree in Scottish Literature examines the role of literature in shaping the image and reality of the nat ... +
The Master's Program in English Literature provides a comprehensive study of literature from across the Anglophone world. Courses highlight how literature shapes and is shaped ... +
Taught in English by specialists in the field, this programme combines the study of English linguistics with that of literature in English.