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English Studies: Literature and Culture

The MA programme English Studies: Literature and Culture, with a specialisation in The Greek Element in Anglophone Literature consists of six taught courses evenly spread over two semesters and one final dissertation that is written in the third semester. Its courses have a comparative focus and seek to trace the diachronic and ever-fertile links between classical Greek studies, continental philosophy, contemporary theory, and Anglophone literature from the 16th century to the present. The aim of the programme is to explore the intertextual and intercultural connections that arise from the continuously growing interpretation, translation, and rewriting of ancient Greek texts and myths in the western and non-western literary traditions, in early but also late modernity.

For further information about the course, see

MA Literature and Culture Application Guidelines

For the application to the programme, see,

CV-MA Literature and Culture

MA Literature and Culture Application Form

Literature and Culture MA 2019 Entrance Exam