MA in Intercultural Studies encourages students to adopt interdisciplinary perspectives to interpret contemporary cultural phenomena and representations.
The program aims to train students to develop sophisticated understanding of social change and power in everyday life through studying various cultural texts, popular cultural forms, new media and digital practices. It equips students with the analytical skills, critical awareness and sensitivity needed to meet the challenges of a world of increasing divides and conflicts.
Student-staff Consultation Meeting (2017-05-19)
Graduation Dinner (2017-05-05)
Symposium on Movements of Desires (2017-04-08)
Public Lecture: Political Theology: Hannah Arendt in the Age of Technology (2017-03-10)