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Certificate in Intermediality

How do arts and media cross borders?
THEORY AND PRACTICE


This certificate will allow you to 
- understand how different media function within and beyond literature, music, performance, the visual arts, and digital media;
- grasp the interplay of multiple media within a single work of art (such as a graphic novel or a film) as well as across genre boundaries (as in adaptations);
- obtain ‘media literacy’—that is, to evolve from merely consuming mediated content to understanding how different arts and media construct meaning; 
- critically engage with intermediality theory and apply it in practice (through research, creative work, and the option of an internship);
- gain a new perspective on your main field of study through the lens of inter- mediality theory;
- develop workplace skills that will be beneficial in various academic and professional environments, including creative and teaching professions.

 

How is the certificate structured?
The certificate comprises 21 ECTS and is divided into two compulsory modules: basic (one lecture and two proseminars = 9 ECTS; offered every winter semester) and advanced (two seminars plus an internship; or three seminars = 12 ECTS; offered every summer semester).

Why is this the right certificate for you?
The broad range of intermediality theory and practice offers you numerous options for interdisciplinary research and collaboration. For instance, students enrolled in literary and cultural studies programs can exchange ideas with others who are interested in areas such as creative writing, music, the visual arts, theater, and education.


CLASSES AVAILABLE FOR THE CERTIFICATE “Intermediality: Theory and Practice”

Winter Semester 2021/22:

500.003 Basismodul: VO Intermediality Theory I, Univ.-Prof. Dr. Nassim W. Balestrini
ENL.04463UB: Topics in Anglophone Literary Studies: Intermediality Theory I, Juliann Knaus, BA MA
512.322 Specialized Topics in Cultural Studies, Documentary Film and Photography (Intermediality Theory II), Ao.Univ.-Prof. Dr. Klaus Rieser
ENL.04464UB: Topics in Anglophone Literary Studies, Textuality and Visuality in the Literature of Colson Whitehead (Intermedial Practice I), Dr. Marie Dücker

Summer Semester 2022:

512.225 Specialized Topics in Anglophone Literary Studies, Adaptation and Intermedial Transposition (Intermedial Practice II), Univ.-Prof. Dr. Nassim W. Balestrini
ENM.03534UB: Topics in American Cultural Studies, Life Narratives in Audiovisual Media (Intermedial Practice I), Ao.Univ.-Prof. Dr. Klaus Rieser
511.225 Specialized Topics in Anglophone Literary Studies, Literature and Music – Forms and Functions (Intermediality Theory II), O.Univ.-Prof. Dr. Werner Wolf
ENL.04460UB: Topics in Anglophone Literary Studies, Antebellum America: The Texts, Sights, and Sounds (Intermedial Practice I), Juliann Knaus, BA MA

 

Coordinator: Univ.-Prof. Dr. Nassim W. Balestrini, M.A.
Centre for Intermediality Studies in Graz (CIMIG)
Attemsgasse 25/II
+43 (0)316 380 2463
cimig@uni-graz.at
intermediality-centre.uni-graz.at


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Certificate in "Intermediality: Theory and Practice"

 

 

Contact

Centre for Intermediality Studies in Graz (CIMIG)
Attemsgasse 25/II 8010 Graz
Phone:+43 (0)316 380 - 8210

Contact

Director Univ.-Prof. Dr. phil. Nassim W. Balestrini, M.A. Phone:+43 (0)316 380 - 2463

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