Modern Languages and Cultural Studies at the University of Alberta offers MA and PhD degree programs in four major areas: Applied Linguistics, Media and Cultural Studies, Translation Studies, and Transnational and Comparative Literatures.
If you are considering applying to the University of British Columbia for the PhD program in Germanic Studies, please note that UBC has launched a new scholarship for top international PhD students.
Changing borders, immigration, political change and unrest, war, death, birth and rebirth have changed the composition of Central and Eastern Europe, causing massive, fundamental cultural shifts which have continually drawn global attention. How are the histories and stories of these multifarious transformations told and retold, and what do these differing interpretations mean for the region as a whole?
The DAAD will be offering a webinar on DAAD’s student-focused scholarship and grant programs next Tuesday, September 27th from 1:00 – 2:00 EDT.
The Department of Modern Languages and Cultural Studies at the University of Alberta has restructured its programs away from language areas and along disciplinary lines with a focus on interdisciplinarity and transculturality, a shortened time to degree, and built in intensive professional development components.
The Department of Central, Eastern and Northern European Studies (CENES) at the University of British Columbia in Vancouver seeks