If you are interested in pursuing an undergraduate (BA) or postgraduate (MA) diploma project within the Department of Anglophone Cultures, consider specializing in CULTURAL STUDES (WIEDZA O KULTURZE).
Within this specialization, apart from such general courses as:
- Introduction to Cultural Studies
- British/Irish History, Life and Institutions
- American History, Life and Institutions
you will also be expected to attend:
- Culture and Society (1st semester) – an introductory course about the main orientations in Cultural Studies
- Researching Cultures (2nd semester) – a methodology-centred course on current research trends and dominant approaches in Cultural Studies
- Media Studies (3rd semester) – a course focused on mediated communication, media representations and journalistic practices
- Film Studies (3rd semester) – a course on the theory and analysis of film production, film genres and narratives
- American Culture (4th semester) – a course spotlighting the evolution of American mass culture, popular culture and subcultures
- Commonwealth Culture (4th semester) – a course devoted to cultural output of the (former) members of the British Commonwealth
- Race, Gender and Sexuality in Culture, Film and Media (5th semester) – a course where the key categories of Cultural Studies are employed in analyses and reviews
- Digital Cultures (6th semester) – a course that considers the role of new media and characterizes cyberculture
All of the above-mentioned courses are in addition to diploma seminars where individual projects are pursued under the supervision of the faculty of the Department of Anglophone Cultures.