This multi-disciplinary MA explores literature, politics and culture from Ireland to India, and from Africa to the Middle East. Students analyse imperial ascendancies, race and racial theories, nationalist movements, postcolonial experiences, the rise of neo-colonial thought, multiculturalism and interculturalism, and the implications of globalisation and development for the modern world.
3 Good Reasons To Study This Course
1. This MA allows students to combine the specialisation of postgraduate research with the adaptable skills training of a multidisciplinary approach.
2. Students benefit from the legacy of an MA programme established in 1994.
3. The programme has continuously re-invented itself in changing ideological climates while maintaining its primary goal: to offer a critical education of the cultural discourses of power.