Centre for the Arts in Society
Study at LUCAS
LUCAS members are experts in the fields of literary history and theory, film and media studies, and art, architectural, and book history. Members of LUCAS teach in a wide variety of Bachelor's, Master’s, and Research Master’s Programmes.
The Research Master’s and Master’s Programmes supported by LUCAS demonstrate the academic range of the Institute. These programmes revolve around the cultural products (texts, objects, practices) of Europe, Africa, and the Americas, and prepare students for the next step of their careers in industry, the public sector, or research. These specialisations pay specific attention to the development of research theories and methodologies in cultural, art, and literary studies.
A Research Master’s is an excellent preparation for a PhD in the Humanities. Some of the attractions of the Institute’s PhD Programme are the tailor-made supervision of candidates, the Institute’s valuable Graduate Programme to prepare candidates for a career after PhD, and numerous opportunities to gain experience in administration, teaching, editing, and conference participation and organisation.
In the sidebar you will find the Bachelor’s, Master’s, and Research Master’s to which LUCAS members contribute their expertise. The subject areas taught by individual LUCAS members can be found on their profile pages.