The Department of Journalism and Media Studies offers a course at MA level: Journalism on Globalization, War and Peace. The course aims at developing advanced competence when it comes to critical research traditions related to post-colonial studies, for example Orientalism and Occidentalism critique, theories of nation and identities, migrancy and transnationalism. Students will also acquire competence in analyzing the links between globalization processes and ethnical dimensions within and between nations and regions. Read more.
In addition to our bi-annual 20 credits course, we offer shorter courses tailored to local experiences in countries in conflict or war situations. Here, historical as well as comparative experiences are included, and JMIC staff have ample experiences, both in conflict reporting and research on journalism in war and conflict zones.