The MA in Gender and Culture offers an innovative interdisciplinary and multidisciplinary approach to the study of Gender and Culture.
This is an interdisciplinary MA scheme in Gender and Culture taught by Gender specialists across the Arts and Humanities – in the subject areas of Development Studies, Political and Cultural Studies, English Literature, Egyptology, European Languages, History, Media Studies, and Political and Cultural Studies.
If you are interested in gender and gender relations in politics, literature, culture, and history, like engaging in discussion and intellectual argument, and are excited about the idea of working within and across different subject areas, this MA in Gender and Culture is ideal for you.
The MA Gender and Culture examines the production, reproduction and transformation of gender in culture and society.
The Gender and Culture degree is supported by the research activity of GENCAS, the Centre for Research into Gender in Culture and Society in the College of Arts and Humanities. The College of Arts and Humanities has a Graduate Centre. The Graduate Centre fosters and supports individual and collaborative research activity of international excellence and offers a vibrant and supportive environment for students pursuing postgraduate research and taught masters study. The Centre provides postgraduate training to enhance academic and professional development and facilitates participation in seminar programmes, workshops and international conferences.
Modules on the Gender and Culture programme typically include:
• Women and Politics • Civil Society and International Development • Comparative Journalism • Comparative Politics • Critical Security Studies • Development Communication • Digital Media • International Security • New Media Technology • Postcolonialism • Rights-Based Approaches to Development • The American Way of War • War, Technology and Culture • Gender Trouble: the Medieval Anchorite, and Issues of Wombs and Tombs • Women Writers of the 1940’s • Women Writing India • ‘The Great Pretender’: Masculinity in Contemporary Women’s Fiction • ‘The Unsex’d Females’: Women Writers and the French Revolution • British Women’s Fiction 1918-1939 • Contemporary Women’s Writing • Angela Carter • Gender in Contemporary European Culture • Literature in Social Context • Women and Gender in Ancient Egypt • Nature’s Stepchildren: European Medicine and Sexual Dissidents,1869-1939 • The making of Modern Sexualities, 1650-1800
Who should Apply?
Students interested in Gender and Culture from a Classics and Ancient History, English, European Languages, History, Media Studies, and Political and Cultural Studies or related background. Professionals interested in the challenge of digital studying Gender and Culture. Students interested in preparation for postgraduate research, MPhil or PhD, or who wish to develop skills and knowledge related to gender and culture.
Career expectations are excellent for Gender and Culture graduates. Our graduates are employed in diverse and dynamic vocations such as education, business, law and finance, marketing, sales and advertising; commercial, industrial and public sectors; media and PR; creative and professional writing; social and welfare professions; heritage and tourism; government and politics; foreign affairs and diplomatic corps; humanitarian organisations and some go on to study a PhD.
The typical entry requirement for the Gender and Culture programme is a first degree in a relevant discipline, normally an lower second or above or equivalent. Overseas students are expected to possess an IELTS score of 6.5.
Recipient: Swansea University
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