On completion of the course, students will be able to:
- present, while demonstrating a detailed understanding, an overview of previous academic studies within a well-defined and delimited area relevant to intercultural literature studies
- while demonstrating critical and theoretical awareness, make an independent selection of academic publications relevant to a defined research project
- present, while demonstrating theoretical and analytical depth, a well-defined overview of previous research.
In the course, students read and present academic publications belonging to a well-defined research area within intercultural literature studies. The focus and literature must relate to a planned degree project at the master‘s level and should be chosen in consultation with the teacher. The literature should comprise about 1500-2500 pages.
Active participation in seminars, oral presentations and a written assignment in the form of an annotated bibliography.
Forms of Study
Obligatory seminars. The language of instruction is English.
The Swedish grades A - F
- 60 credits at Second Cycle, with 30 credits in the main field of study Intercultural Literature Studies