On this interdisciplinary degree you’ll study cultural and media practices, institutions and histories. You will be able to study literature, cultural history, sociology, philosophy, film, audio/visual cultures and media. Through core modules you will be introduced to ways of analysing images, texts, technologies and cultural practices. You’ll also choose from a wide range of optional modules which will give you the chance to examine complex issues such as war, migration, utopia, technology and the impact of social media. Using the skills and methods developed through the course, you’ll be able to study a wide range of cultural materials and practices, including words, sounds, images, heritage and commemorative sites, architecture and landscape, urban and youth culture. You’ll develop your cultural understanding of gender, race, class, sexuality and the postcolonial world, and acquire an international perspective on major challenges facing us in the globalizing world today.