MA American Literature and Culture

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Study American Literature and Culture

Explore and develop your knowledge of American culture through literature and related media, including drama, film and photography.

You’ll examine one of the most influential cultures in history through its literature and other creative outputs, whilst also gaining an in-depth understanding of issues relating to American studies.

You’ll be equipped with a wide range of high-level transferable skills which are valuable in a wide range of careers. Throughout your studies, you’ll develop strong communication skills, both verbally and in writing, and be able to think critically and analytically. In addition, you’ll gain a high level of cultural and critical awareness.

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“I chose to continue my studies in English literature because I wanted to apply historical theories to literary evidence, specifically in the fields of race studies.”

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