MPhil/PhD

MPhil / PhD / MRes German

MPhil / PhD / MRes in German Studies

The MPhil / PhD / MRes German track is designed for students who wish to complete a research project in a subject area relating to German Studies. Staff at the Department offer expertise in a number of areas pertaining to German Studies: MPhil/PhD /MRes German Subject Areas

Areas of Expertise - Department of German - Overview

Literary and Cultural Analysis

  • Literary Theory, Literary and Philosophical Aesthetics: Dr Gert Hofmann

  • Literary and cultural analysis (comparative, cross-cultural, trans-cultural): Dr Gert Hofmann, Dr Rachel MagShamhráin, Dr Manfred Schewe, Dr Claire O'Reilly

  • Literature and Media / Intermediality / Adaptation: Dr Manfred Schewe, Dr Gert Hofmann, Dr Rachel MagShamhráin

  • Holocaust Remembrance: Dr Rachel MagShamhráin, Dr Gert Hofmann

  • Film and Media Studies: Dr Rachel MagShamhráin, Dr Gert Hofmann

  • Literary Anthropology: Dr Gert Hofmann

 

The Teaching and Learning of the Arts, Drama and Theatre, Inter- and Cross-Cultural Studies

  • The Teaching and Learning Foreign Languages, Literatures and Cultures: Dr Manfred Schewe, Dr Claire O'Reilly

  • The Arts in Education / Performative Teaching and Learning: Dr Manfred Schewe

  • Intercultural Communication, Dr Claire O'Reilly

  • Cross-cultural Studies and Intercultural Aesthetics:, Dr Gert Hofmann, Dr Rachel MagShamhráin

  • European and World Theatre, Drama and Theatre Pedagogy: Dr Manfred Schewe

 

Identity and Nationalism Studies; Irish-German Relations

  • Nationalism Studies / Identity Studies: Dr Rachel MagShamhráin, Dr Claire O’Reilly

  • Irish-German Relations: Dr Claire O’Reilly

 

Linguistics

  • Applied Linguistics: Dr Manfred Schewe 

 

Translation

  • Translation, Commercial Translation: Dr Rachel MagShamhráin


For module Descriptions (undergraduate and postgraduate), Department of German see here

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