RMA Comparative Literary Studies at Utrecht University. The role of literature in changing media landscapes of the modern world. In the Master's in Comparative Literature you analyse Western and non-Western literary and cultural phenomena within an interdisciplinary, globalised context. Comparative Literature Studies publishes comparative critical essays that range across the rich traditions of Africa, Asia, Europe, and North and South America.
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What sets the Utrecht programme apart is a strong focus on literary and cultural history and memory, literary theory and criticism, and world literature. As a student in this programme you will learn to analyse the ways in which literature interacts with and comparative literature studies on its cultural and social environment against the background of globalisation and new media technologies.
Read more about our teaching and research environmentincluding our teaching staff. For comparative literature studies information about available internships and the experiences of other student interns, see: CLS is a member of Project Musewhere full-text versions of articles can be found.
Owen Aldridge Prize[ edit ] Comparative Literature Studies publishes an annual prize-paper written by a graduate student. The competition is named in honor of A. Owen Aldridge, comparative literature studies of the journal.
Contact and Open Days Comparative Literature Literary Studies Grounded in literature and literary theory, the one-year Master's Comparative Literature trains you to analyse cultural phenomena both Western and non-Western within an interdisciplinary theoretical framework comparative literature studies a globalised context.