Eastern Slavic Studies, with major in Cultural Studies of Central and Eastern Europe, full time, second-cycle (S2-SSW-KUESW)
(in Polish: Studia nad słowiańszczyzną wschodnią, specjalność: kulturoznawstwo Europy Środkowo-Wschodniej, stacjonarne, drugiego stopnia)
second cycle programme
full-time, 2-year studies
No description for the programme.
Access to further studies:
Upon completion of second cycle degree programme, a student will:
• have broadened knowledge concerning the region (two selected states), with particular focus on cultural changes in the region; offer detailed characterization of selected issues of broadly defined cultural life; conduct a critical analysis of cultural, historical, social, literary events etc. in the states of the region.
• have systematized, broadened knowledge within the framework of terminology and methodology of cultural studies including historical perspective of East-Central Europe (trends, texts, researchers of cultural studies) and the specific character of these studies' development in the states of the region
• analyse, interpret and value impact of historical events on the development of the literature of the states of the region
• have detailed knowledge concerning diversity of trends, styles and tendencies of each stage of development of culture and art, as well as, literature and language of at least two states of the region
• at the advanced level, know the historical and political-cultural events of the selected states of the region, and offer detailed characterization of activities of outstanding individuals who have influenced history of nations
• offer detailed description of political and national transformations, as well as, religion-related and cultural processes within the area of East-Central Europe from the ancient times to the 20th century
• have broadened detailed knowledge of contemporary Belarus, Lithuania, Germany, Austria, Poland, Russia and Ukraine, from the half of the 20th century to present time with particular focus on political, ethnic, military and religion-related issues
• interpret and conduct critical analysis of; using original approaches, connections between the history of the region and contemporary culture and literature of the states of the region
• have language skills concerning three foreign languages — one of these at B2+ level and two selected languages of the states of the region at B.2 level (for students who continue their major programme) or at B.1 (for students who begin their major programme)