Description

Conceived in the context of world-systemic transformation, this MA will give you the analytical tools to understand contemporary developments and world(s) through an encounter with post-colonial theory and international political economic issues.

We’re witnessing today a tectonic shift in global geopolitics. The emergence of China, Brazil and India as global players, the development of global governance, the financial crisis, climate change – are all symptoms.

On this Masters you’ll grasp concepts like race, diaspora, hybridity, difference, grassroots development, HDI, multitude, immanence, and human rights.

These concepts are used to analyse practical, policy and activist issues arising from globalisation: global civil society, the role of international organisations (the IMF, WTO, UN and World Bank and global NGOs), intellectual property rights, social capital, financialisation, global governance and deep democracy.

You’ll deal with issues like terrorism, microfinance, indigenous people, gender and sexuality, multiculturalism and environmental justice.

The MA is ideal for anyone pursuing careers in policy research, NGOs, advocacy, charities, international organisations, cultural and political activism, global media, art and curating, as well as for further academic work leading to a PhD.

Study Details:

1 year full-time or 2 years part-time

Module Details:

Core modules
Postcolonial Theory 30 credits
Globalisation: Politics, Policy and Critique 30 credits
Policy Lab and Placement 30 credits
MA Postcolonial Culture and Global Policy Dissertation 60 credits

You take option modules to the value of 30 credits. Modules can be chosen from across Goldsmiths departments and centres.

 

  • Anthropology
  • Confucius Institute (Mandarin language)
  • English and Comparative Literature
  • History
  • Media, Communications and Cultural Studies
  • Politics
  • Sociology

 

Student Destinations

Suitable careers and areas of work for graduates of the programme include:

  • the academic sphere
  • government and non-government sectors
  • arts and art administration
  • publishing
  • journalism
  • media
  • the culture industry in general

Fees

These are the fees for students starting their programme in the 2020/21 academic year. Home/EU - full-time: £8040 Home/EU - part-time: £4020 International - full-time: £15500

Entry Requirements

You should have (or expect to be awarded) an undergraduate degree of at upper least second class standard in a relevant/related subject.

You might also be considered for some programmes if you aren’t a graduate or your degree is in an unrelated field, but have relevant experience and can show that you have the ability to work at postgraduate level.

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