Cultural Studies

Cultural Studies

Interdisciplinary Graduate Program

Cultural Studies

Interdisciplinary Graduate Program

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Recruitment Areas

Cultural Studies welcomes applications to its two year MA program and four year PhD program in a wide variety of research areas. We work with over 100 faculty from across the fine arts, humanities, social sciences and natural sciences. In addition, faculty have indicated that they are particularly interested in recruiting new MA and PhD students in the following areas in the 2020-2021 academic year.

African Studies

Chinese Studies

Critical Canadian Studies

Critical Race Studies

Curation and Museum Studies

Dance, Theatre and Performance

Diaspora and Migration Studies

Education, History, and Culture

Environmental Humanities

Ethnographic Methods

European Studies

Film and Visual Arts

Gender and Queer Theory

Globalization Studies

Health and Sport Studies

Indigenous Arts and Politics

Indigenous Ecologies

International relations and the Economy of Culture

Islamic Studies

Law, Prison and Justice Studies

Latin American and Hispanic Studies

Memory Studies

Middle Eastern Studies

Music and Sound Studies

Popular Cultures

Postcolonial Theory

Poverty & Welfare Politics

Québec Studies and Canadian Francophones

Religion, Culture and Spirituality

South Asian Studies

Surveillance Studies

Urban Studies