CRIC Master’s Program has an engaged, creative student body who make the learning experience more fruitful for the whole of the CRIC community. You can find here a selection of the awards and honors they have received over the years.
You also have access to a list of all the Master’s Thesis that have been defended with the links that lead to their published version in the Digital Repository, when they have been published there.
01. Master's Comission
Dra. Cristina Alsina Rísquez (coordinadora)
Dr. Francesco Ardolino
Dra. Elena Losada
Dra. Myriam Mallart
Dra. Mònica Rius
Dra. Loreto Vilar
Dra. Marta Ortega
02. Academic Information
This Master’s Program offers advanced training in the definition and analysis of the processes of the cultural construction of ideas -including the idea of identity- and its representations in literature, film, theater, and other media. It also addresses issues of reception, translation, and cultural management in the context of the plural and constantly changing cultures that shape today’s world.
The Master's Program aims to offer quality training in the field of literary analysis, in accordance with the cultural reality of our times, marked by the growing contact and exchange between cultures in the context of globalization. It aspires to develop cultural and textual analytical skills, as well as the ability to analyze phenomena of intercultural reception, which are essential for a critical approach to changing plural realities.
The master's degree consists of 60 credits distributed as follows:
12 in compulsory courses: they constitute a common core and offer a complete vision of intercultural and gender studies
12 in compulsory specialty courses: each of the two specialties offers the opportunity for an in-depth analysis of two of the aspects that inform the construction and representation of cultural identities: gender studies (Literature, Gender and Identities) and intercultural studies (Literature, Alterity and Globalization).
24 in optative courses
12 in the Master's Thesis
03. Classes and Schedules
|569580||(De)construction of Identities in Literature and Cultures in English||Dra. Cristina Alsina Rísquez||19/09/2022 - 19/12/2022||Monday 17.30-20.30||1||Optional|
|569570||City and Literature||Dra. Loreto Vilar||06/02/2023 - 15/05/2023||Monday 11.00-14.00||2||Optional|
|569565||Cultures, Texts and Intertext||Dra. Marisa Siguan||17/02/2023 - 19/05/2023||Wednesday 10.00-13.00||2||Compulsory|
|569564||Gender, Difference and Power||Dra. Marta Segarra Montaner||11/11/2022 - 21/12/2023||Check class page||1||Compulsory|
|569578||Gender, Ethnicity, Class: Literary and Cultural Representation in English||Dra. Marta Ortega Sáez||21/09/2022 - 14/12/2022||Wednesday 14.30-17.30||1||Optional|
|569566||Gender, Sexuality and Creativity||Dra. Helena González Fernández||22/09/2022 - 15/12/2022||Thursday 17.30-20.30||1||Specific for the Chosen Specialization|
|569575||Identidades globalizadas en las literaturas y culturas en inglés||Dr. Bill Phillips||20/09/2022 - 20/12/2022||Tuesday 14.30-17.30||1||Optional|
|569577||Imagining the Other: Literature, Cinema and Colonization||Dra. Mònica Rius Piniés||06/02/2023 - 15/05/2023||Monday 14.30-17.30||2||Optional|
|569567||Individualism and Modernity||Dr. Francesco Ardolino||08/02/2023 - 17/05/2023||Wednesday 16.30-19.30||2||Specific for the Chosen Specialization|
|00||Literature and Resistance||Dra. Daniela Aronica||22/09/2022 - 15/12/2022||Thursday 14.30-17.30||1||Optional|
|569568||Literature, Ethics and Globalization||Dra. Clara Escoda||07/02/2023 - 09/05/2023||Wednesday 17.30- 20.30||2||Specific for the Chosen Specialization|
|569576||Migration and Diasporas in Literatures and Cultures in English||Dra. Isabel Alonso||07/02/2023 - 09/05/2023||Tuesday 14.30- 17.30||2||Optional|
|569574||Modernity and Postmodernity: from Baudelaire to Derrida||Dra. Myriam Mallart||20/09/2022 - 20/12/2022||Thursday 17.30- 20.30||1||Optional|
|569569||Orientalism and Antiorientalism||Dra. Mònica Rius Piniés||19/09/2023 - 19/12/2023||Monday 14.30- 17.30||1||Specific for the Chosen Specialization|
|569572||Violence, Discourses and Representation||Dra. Elena Losada Soler||21/09/2022 - 14/12/2022||Wednesday 17.30- 20.30||1||Optional|
The Master’s Thesis is a research-oriented project that plays a key role within the Master’s curriculum. The MA thesis is proof of the candidate’s capacity for research and independent work. Candidates are also expected to integrate and put into use the skills acquired throughout the Master’s Program, as well as to incorporate new competences specifically related to the topic of their Master’s Thesis and to broaden the knowledge and concepts learnt on the various Master’s courses. The elaboration of a personal research project also provides the student with the opportunity to come into contact with the Research Groups and Projects of which the Master’s academic staff is part.