Hispanic Studies for Postgraduates
Postgraduate students in the Department of Hispanic Studies form part of a community of researchers working on many different aspects of the history, literature, culture, film and politics of the Hispanic and Lusophone worlds.
We offer taught postgraduate courses leading to a Masters degree in:
Our MA programmes are designed to enable students to develop their own research interests. We also offer PhD/MPhil supervision on a wide range of topics, including Spanish literature and culture from the nineteenth to the twenty-first centuries, Spanish linguistics, Latin American literature and culture, US/Latin American relations, Mexican drug wars and much more. Please see the individual staff pages here for further information about research interests and specialisms. Find out about postgraduate research currently being undertaken by our PhD students here.
Here are some examples of recently completed theses:
Seriously Funny: Towards an Interpretative Framework for an Analysis of Catalan Satirical Cartoons in the Twentieth Century
The Representation of Banditry in Latin America
Education and the Genesis of El doctor Centeno by Benito Pérez Galdós
The Pursuit of Solidarity in the Novels of Belén Gopegui
Peruvian Cinema, National Identity and Political Violence, 1988-2004
Each session, we hold a University Open Day where prospective postgraduate students can come and meet staff and students and:
• Find out more about the course(s) you are interested in studying in the Faculty of Arts and Humanities
• Find out about our facilities and services for Postgraduate communities
• Find out about funding, accommodation and the application process
We also offer the opportunity of University-wide postgraduate visit afternoons via the links below. In addition, you can contact Dr Hayley Rabanal (firstname.lastname@example.org) for further information.
University Open Days and visit afternoons