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Gender, Sexuality and Culture MA

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  • Objectives
    Students in our programme have gone on to take up a diverse range of careers in both the public and private sectors. Some have gone on to pursue postgraduate research, and several have taken up jobs as teachers.
  • Entry requirements
    Entry requirements: For the MA, a First or Upper Second class honours degree or overseas equivalent, in any area of the humanities or social sciences.
  • Academic Title
    Gender, Sexuality and Culture MA
  • Course description
    Course description

    The MA in Gender, Sexuality and Culture is a highly interdisciplinary programme that will:

    -introduce new approaches to gender studies and sexuality studies as a theoretical, social, cultural, political and historical field of investigation
    -challenge current understandings of gender and sexuality by interrogating cultural identities, such as queer, heterosexual, homosexual, gay, straight, bisexual, transgendered
    -examine cultural production and cultural theory in relation to other power systems, such as race, ethnicity and class
    -offer training in research methods Students from all academic backgrounds are invited to apply.
    -This approach is unique within the UK as it brings together scholars who offer options in a range of academic disciplines, including English and American Studies, Art History or Visual Culture, History, Modern Language, Religions and Theology, History of Medicine, Sociology, Social Anthropology, and others. The research culture of the University of Manchester is unusually rich for the study of gender and sexuality, and many departments with offerings in this area are ranked 5 or 5*. Based in the Centre for the Study of Sexuality and Culture, graduate students can take advantage of the stimulating research environment with regular seminar series such as "Gender, Sexuality and Culture: New Exchanges" and conferences.

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