First- or upper second-class degree/ normally masters at merit level, or an equivalent standard in other qualifications approved by the University in a cognate discipline.
Months of entry
As national frameworks are increasingly called into question by globalisation, this programme analyses the historical, social, cultural and linguistic effects of the traffic across national boundaries of capital, people and ideas, focusing on a wide range of geographical locations. Our interdisciplinary approach combines specialist teaching from across the humanities and social sciences.
Core modules: Cultural Flows; Language, Discourse and Identity; Memory in National and Transnational Contexts; Transnational Movement in the Age of Globalisation; Research Skills
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