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Study programmes Graduate School of Humanities

Results: 1 - 58 of 58
Results: 1 - 58 of 58
  • Master's
    American Studies (History)
    In the Master's in American Studies you study the political, cultural, economic and military history of the United States with an eye on America in the world today.
  • Master's
    Archaeology
    The Master's degree programme in Archaeology will immerse you in the material culture of Europe’s past from the Bronze Age until the Early Modern Period. The programme has two specialisations with distinctive profiles: European Archaeology and Mediterranean Archaeology.
  • Dual Master's
    Archival and Information Studies (Media Studies)
    The Dual Master's Archival and Information Studies focuses on Archival Studies, treating theory and practice, and training you in the science of record-keeping.
  • Research Master's
    Art and Performance Research Studies
    This programme is for students doing historical, theoretical and practice-based research in the visual and performative arts who enjoy being challenged and learn how to develop and execute research ideas in an interdisciplinary, cross-disciplinary and cross-media environment.
  • Research Master's
    Art Studies (Arts and Culture)
    As of the academic year 2020-2021, the programme in Art Studies will be integrated in the research Master's programme Art and Performance Research Studies.
  • Research Master's
    Artistic Research (Arts and Culture)
    As of the academic year 2020-2021, the programme in Artistic Research will be integrated in the research Master's programme Art and Performance Research Studies.
  • Research Master's
    Arts of the Netherlands (Arts and Culture)
    In the Research Master's Arts of the Netherlands you study the artistic tradition of the Netherlands from about 1400 to 1900.
  • Master's
    Classics and Ancient Civilizations
    The Master's programme in Classics and Ancient Civilizations has two specialisations with distinctive profiles: Classics, and Ancient Studies. It challenges excellent students to become experts with regard to the literature and linguistics of classical languages or in the cultures and religions of Ancient Greece, Rome or the Near East.
  • Dual Master's
    Communication and Information
    The Master’s Communication and Information provides students with a solid theoretical and methodological foundation for understanding the way in which language is used for informative and argumentative purposes.
  • Master's
    Comparative Cultural Analysis (Arts and Culture)
    In the Master’s Comparative Cultural Analysis you explore the impact of contemporary issues like globalisation across intercultural forms of literature and arts.
  • Master's
    Comparative Literature (Literary Studies)
    In the Master’s in Comparative Literature you analyse Western and non-Western literary and cultural phenomena within an interdisciplinary, globalised context.
  • Master's
    Conservation and Restoration of Cultural Heritage
    The Master's in Conservation and Restoration of Cultural Heritage (Restauratiekunde) is a unique and innovative programme that combines theory and practice.
  • Research Master's
    Cultural Analysis (Arts and Culture)
    The Research Master's in Cultural Analysis is dedicated to the interdisciplinary analysis of culture at large, including art, literature, cinema, and new media.
  • Dual Master's
    Curating Art and Cultures (Heritage Studies)
    Curating Art and Cultures is a unique, two-year Dual Master's programme designed to train the curators and (museum) researchers of the future.
  • Master's
    Duits (tracks)
  • Master's
    East European Studies (European Studies)
    In the Master’s in East European Studies you explore the politics and culture of the region - incl. Russia and Central Europe - in the 20th and 21st centuries.
  • Master's
    English (tracks)
    Study the language, literature and culture of the English-speaking world through one of our six Master's degree programmes.
  • Master's
    English Literature and Culture (Literary Studies)
    In the Master’s English Literature and Culture you study the history and theory of literature in the English-speaking world and its relationship to other media.
  • Master's
    European Policy (European Studies)
    The MA European Policy offers a unique combination of humanities and social sciences approaches to understanding and analysing the ways in which the European Union is governed and how EU policy is addressing the challenges contemporary Europe is facing.
  • Master's
    Film Studies (Media Studies)
    In the Master’s in Film Studies you learn to critically engage with important shifts in film, cinema and visual culture, and the expanding role of digital media.
  • Master's
    Frans (tracks)
  • Master's
    French (tracks)
    Study the language, literature and culture of the French-speaking world through one of four Master's degree programmes.
  • Master's
    General Linguistics
    In the one-year Master's in General Linguistics, you will explore how the systems of the languages of the world can vary and to what extent this variation is constrained.
  • Master's
    German (tracks)
    Study the language, literature and culture of the German-speaking world through one of our four Master's degree programmes.
  • Master's
    Hebrew and Jewish Studies (Middle Eastern Studies)
    The Master's programme Middle Eastern Studies: Hebrew and Jewish Studies focuses on Jewish culture and intellectual life from antiquity to the present.
  • Dual Master's
    Heritage and Memory Studies (Heritage Studies)
    The Dual Master's Heritage and Memory Studies offers an interdisciplinary programme in which you study heritage from cultural, historic and spatial perspectives.
  • Research Master's
    Heritage, Memory and Archaeology (Archaeology)
    The Research Master's Heritage, Memory and Archaeology explores the ways in which we deal with remnants of the past, and how we construct history in the present.
  • Master's
    Holocaust and Genocide Studies (History)
    The Master's in Holocaust and Genocide Studies explores 20th-century genocides from the vantage point of different disciplines.
  • Master's
    Identity and Integration (European Studies)
    In the Master’s Identity and Integration, you will study contemporary challenges in Europe and the EU from the perspectives of history, arts and culture, media and politics.
  • Dual Master's
    International Dramaturgy (Arts and Culture)
    The Dual Master's in International Dramaturgy trains future generations of dramaturges to work across cultural, linguistic, social and national boundaries.
  • Master's
    Italiaans (tracks)
  • Master's
    Italian (tracks)
    Study the language, literature and culture of Italy in one of four Master's degree programmes.
  • Master's
    Language and Society (Linguistics)
    The Linguistics Master’s Language and Society explores language from a pragmatic perspective, focusing on the analysis of language use, variation and policy.
  • Master's
    Language, Literature and Education
    The Master’s Language, Literature and Education provides you with knowledge and skills in the fields of institutional language learning and language pedagogy.
  • Master's
    Latin American Studies
    You will study social transformations in Latin America from geographic, historical, economic, cultural, social, political and ecological perspectives.
  • Research Master's
    Linguistics and Communication
    Research Master's in Linguistics and Communication brings together linguistic theory and data from experimental and corpus studies, and has a strong emphasis on methodology.
  • Research Master's
    Literary Studies (research)
    The Research Master's programme Literary Studies offers a theoretically and historically informed survey of the diversity and diachronic complexity of literature.
  • Master's
    Literature, Culture and Society (Literary Studies)
    The Master’s in Literature, Culture and Society draws on literature, cultural studies and history to explore European literature in its intercultural context.
  • Master's
    Master's programme Logic UvA
    Logic
    The UvA Master in Logic is an interdisciplinary and international two-year Master's programme that focuses on the central role of logic as mediator between the sciences and the humanities.
  • Master's
    Media Studies
    The University of Amsterdam offers several pioneering Master’s programmes in Media Studies, exploring film, television, journalism, new media and digital culture.
  • Research Master's
    Media Studies (Research)
    With roots in philosophy, history and discourse analysis, the Research Master's Media Studies explores theoretical approaches to the study of media in culture.
  • Dual Master's
    Museum Studies (Heritage Studies)
    The Master’s in Museum Studies is a unique professional programme that focuses on the museological field, and includes an intensive, 6-month internship.
  • Master's
    Music Studies (Arts and Culture)
    The Master's in Music Studies offers a rich combination of cognitive, cultural and historical approaches to the study of musics from around the world.
  • Master's
    New Media and Digital Culture (Media Studies)
    The Media Studies Master’s New Media and Digital Culture builds on the pioneering new media scene, and enables you to contribute to the discourse surrounding critical media theory.
  • Master's
    Philosophy
    In the Master's in Philosophy, you explore Anglo-Saxon and European philosophy, and acquire the skills to formulate, analyse and discuss philosophical problems.
  • Research Master's
    Philosophy (research)
    The Research Master's in Philosophy offers a research-driven study of a wide range of philosophical topics and perspectives, and a strong international focus.
  • Master's
    Philosophy of the Humanities and the Social Sciences (Philosophy)
    In the Philosophy of the Humanities and the Social Sciences programme, students gain philosophical insights in conjunction with another academic discipline.
  • Dual Master's
    Preservation and Presentation of the Moving Image (Media Studies)
    In the Master's Preservation and Presentation of the Moving Image you engage with theories and practices of collecting, restoring and displaying visual material.
  • Research Master's
    Religious Studies (Theology and Religious Studies)
    In the Research Master's in Religious Studies, you explore the entire spectrum of religious experience and practices in Western societies.
  • Master's
    Russisch en Slavische talen (tracks)
  • Master's
    Scandinavian languages (tracks)
    Study the language, literature and culture of Denmark, Sweden and Norway in one of our four Master's degree programmes.
  • Master's
    Scandinavische talen (tracks)
  • Master's
    Slavonic languages (tracks)
    Study the language, literature and culture of the Russian and Slavonic-speaking world in one of our four Master's degree programmes.
  • Master's
    Spaans (tracks)
  • Master's
    Spanish (tracks)
    Study the language, literature and culture of the Spanish-speaking world in one of our six Master's degree programmes.
  • Master's
    Spirituality and Religion (Theology and Religious Studies)
    In this Master’s programme you will study the changing role of religion and spirituality in contemporary societies and their historical roots.
  • Master's
    Television and Cross-Media Culture (Media Studies)
    The one-year Master's programme Television and Cross-Media Culture provides you with the skills, knowledge and tools to understand and evaluate the ongoing transformation of media culture.
  • Master's
    Theatre Studies (Arts and Culture)
    The Master's in Theatre Studies offers you the opportunity to specialise in theatre and performance in one of the world’s most vibrant theatre cities.