Course Offer in the Master's Program of Interdisciplinary Latin American Studies
In the Master's program Interdisciplinary Latin American Studies, Ancient American Studies/Cultural and Social Anthropology participates in the core study area in the two interdisciplinary compulsory modules "Contexts and Terms of Latin American Studies" (core module K1) and "Formation of Latin America" (core module K2).
Together with the areas of History and Literatures and Cultures of Latin America, the area of Ancient American Studies/Cultural and Social Anthropology offers the Specialization Area A (Profile A) "Representation and Interconnectedness". The profile can be chosen from the first master's semester onwards. Within this specialization, Ancient American Studies/Cultural and Social Anthropology teaches courses on the "Methods and Theories of Representation and Entanglement" (Module A1) and on the "Cultural and Social Anthropology of Latin America" (Module A4).
Furthermore, the faculty of Ancient American Studies/Cultural and Social Anthropology participate in the course offerings of the interdisciplinary area of research practice with the "Project Module" (PI/II) and the "Module of Academic Practice" (WiPra I/II).
Profile A students are invited to participate in the disciplinary research colloquium in Cultural and Social Anthropology as part of their master's thesis.
In addition, the Area of Ancient American Studies/Cultural and Social Anthropology offers the module "Indigenous Languages" for all students of the Master Interdisciplinary Latin American Studies, which can be credited in the elective area. Currently, Yucatecan Maya and Quechua are offered in the module