Comparative Literature & Cultural Studies

Study with students and faculty from around the world to earn either a Master's or Doctoral degree from the Comparative Literature & Cultural Studies program in the J. William Fulbright College of Arts & Sciences at the University of Arkansas. Explore the doctoral concentrations and master's program below, and learn about our distinguished faculty and alumni.


 
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Comparative Literature

Doctoral Concentration (Ph.D.)

You will study two or more literary traditions including Arabic, English, French, German, Spanish, Classics or other languages.

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Cultural Studies

Doctoral Concentration (Ph.D.)

You can combine the study of literary traditions with popular and mass culture practices from a global perspective in a concentration that allows for innovative, interdisciplinary work.

 
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Interdisciplinary Hispanic Studies

Doctoral Concentration (Ph.D.)

Designed for candidates with an M.A. in Spanish with scholarly and teaching interests in Hispanic studies and in interdis­ciplinary and transnational approaches to the literatures and cultures of Spain, Latin America and Hispanic U.S.

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Literary Translation

Doctoral Concentration (Ph.D.)

Engage in theoretical and scholarly research related to the translation of literary texts and their linguistic, aesthetic and socio historical elements.  

 
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Modern Language

Doctoral Concentration (Ph.D.)

Designed for scholars interested in teaching languages, literatures and cultures.  Concentrate in two language traditions plus second language acquisition pedagogy.  

Master's Program

A two year program for the advanced study of literatures and cultures from a global perspective, providing a solid preparation for doctoral studies, education or international affairs.   

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