Curricular Structure

 

Subjects of the Master's Degree in History of Literature

Mandatory Subjects

  • Theory of History of Literature
  • Theory of History
  • Research Seminar

Elective Subjects

  • History of the Press
  • Reception aesthetics
  • History of Art
  • History of Reading
  • History of Brazilian Literature
  • Literature Written by Women
  • Literature from Rio Grande do Sul
  • Literature and History
  • Theory of Literature
  • Theory of Genres
  • Comparative Literature
  • Advanced Topics in Brazilian Literature
  • Advanced Topics in Comparative Literature
  • Advanced Topics in History of Literature

 

Subjects of the Master's Degree in Language Studies

Mandatory Subjects

  • Epistemological Bases of Linguistics
  • Dissertation Seminar

Elective Subjects

  • Language Acquisition and Learning Studies
  • Discursive Genres and Language Teaching
  • Culture and Identity in Language Teaching
  • Methodological Training of the Language Teacher
  • Research in Applied Linguistics: Theory and Practice
  • Reading, Literary Literacy and Pedagogical Mediation
  • Teaching and Learning of Foreign Language and Literature
  • Literacy Studies
  • Digital Literacy
  • Structural Aspects of Portuguese
  • Linguistic Variation and Teaching
  • Discourse Analysis Studies
  • Discourse Analysis and Teaching
  • Enunciative Studies of Language
  • Enunciation and Teaching

 

Subjects of the Doctorate in the Area of ​​History of Literature

Mandatory Subjects

  • Theory of History of Literature
  • Theory of History

Elective Subjects

  • History of the Brazilian Narrative
  • History of Brazilian Poetry
  • History of Brazilian Dramaturgy
  • Themes of History of Western Literature
  • History of Portuguese Literature
  • History of African Literatures Written in Portuguese
  • Women Authorship Literature
  • Themes of the History of Literature of Rio Grande do Sul
  • Literature and Americanity
  • Literature and Orality
  • Autobiographical Literature, Stories, Memories and Times
  • Literature, Primary Sources and Periodicals
  • Guided Readings