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North American Studies

North American Studies

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The MA in North American Studies is a research-oriented degree program aimed at students dedicated to transdisciplinary work and intercultural exchange and interested in gaining expertise in North American culture, literature, politics, history and economics. The fully accredited two-year program with literary and cultural studies at its core offers you a unique variety of potential specializations, all made possible by cooperations with various institutes at the University of Bonn and the University of Cologne. Our MA program allows you to conduct original research for your MA thesis while undergoing systematic training in transdisciplinary scholarly work and debate in these areas

  • North American literature and culture; theories of literary, cultural and media studies;
  • US and Canadian political systems, foreign policies; international politics; political theory and history of ideas;
  • US and Canadian micro- and macroeconomics;
  • History of North American societies, African-American history, gender history, and postcolonial studies.
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