Looking at the world through screens
Screen Cultures brings together researchers from across the humanities to study how our screens shape our understanding of ourselves and the world around us.
We are drawn towards television and cinema screens, we chance upon digital signage advertising, we carry around smartphones and laptops, and we wear smartwatches and VR technology on our bodies. We constantly look at screens, touch, tap, tilt, swipe and caress them. Screen Cultures is an interdisciplinary research and teaching initiative that investigates the implications of our love of screens for society and our lives.
Screen Cultures, our international Master’s programme, is closely connected with our research initiative. We combine research and teaching by letting the research spring from the course, seminar and project work. Since students are involved in the teaching, they also have the possibility to become involved in the research. All courses are taught in the English language.
Screen Cultures is a collaboration between the following departments:
Faculty of Humanities:
- Department of Media and Communication
- Department of Philosophy, Classics, History of Art and Ideas
- Department of Culture Studies and Oriental Languages
- Department of Linguistics and Scandinavian Studies
- Department of Literature, Area Studies and European Languages
- Department of Musicology
Faculty of Educational Sciences:
The Faculty of Humanities promotes five research and education initiatives between 2019 and 2023. The goal is to contribute to solutions for the societal challenges of our day.