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Interdisciplinary Master’s Degree in Comparative Literature

History of Images – History of Ideas

An integral part of the educational structure within the Faculty of Letters, this Master’s degree programme runs for the duration of one academic year. It seeks to rejoin experts in a variety of fields, with a view to provide disciplines and methods intended to offer graduate students a multi-perspectival vision on imagination and its articulations with reason. 
The imaginative faculty is thus approached from a multiplicity of viewpoints and angles contributed by philosophy, religion, literature, music and the fine arts. The course is structured into two major categories pertaining to the Theory and Practice of Imagination.

This Master’s degree was established in 2001-2002.