The PhD programme in Historical and Cultural Studies
The curriculum objective of the PhD programme in Historical and Cultural Studies is to promote independent scholarly work in a specialty field leading to a scientific dissertation at a high academic level. Additionally, PhD candidates will gain breadth and depth as a result of working with advanced theory and methodology, while at the same time viewing their selected field in a larger context.
The PhD programme in Historical and Cultural Studies includes the following disciplines: Archaeology, Philosophy, English/French/German Civilization, History, Classical Culture Studies, Studies in Christianity, Religious Studies.
The PhD programme in Historical and Cultural Studies is a dissertation-oriented, three-year, full-time programme (180 ECTS credits). It contains the following components:
- Dissertation work equivalent to 2 ½ years or 150 ECTS credits
- Coursework equivalent to ½ year or 30 ECTS credits
You will find more information about The PhD programme in Historical and Cultural Studies by using the menu to the left, and the links to the right, or by reading the programme descriptions for the PhD-programmes at the Faculty of Humanities.
Director of the PhD programme in Historical and Cultural Studies
Associate Professor Siri Granum Carson
Department of Philosophy and Religious Studies