M.A. or Ph.D. in
Philosophy and Literature:
Interdisciplinary Study of Dante

(With a Minor in C.G. Jung and Analytic Psychology)


American University of Prague

Prague Humanities Institute
All Classes in English

Dante Studies:                                                36 credit hrs.

Phil. 1260. The New Life, (La Vita Nuova, 1293)
Phil. 1270. The Divine Comedy, (La Divina Commedia, 1310-1321)
Phil. 1280. Dante's Modern Afterlife
Phil. 1290. The Mystical Element in Dante's Thinking
Phil. 1300. Dante's Inferno by Harold Bloom
Phil. 1310. Dante & the Victorians
Phil. 1320. Dante's Aesthetics of Being

21 Credit hrs.

With a Minor in C.G. Jung and Analytic Psychology:

Psy. 510. The "Shadow" in C.G. Jung and Dante
Psy. 525. Introduction to C.G. Jung and Analytic Psychology
Psy. 540. Archetypes, Dreams, and Symbols in C. G. Jung
Psy. 555. A Psychoanalytic Study of "The Double" in Literature
Psy. 570. Aion: Researches into the Phenomenology of the Self
Psy. 585. Jung on Death and Immortality
Psy. 600. The Psychology of Literature

21 Credit hrs.

Thesis Work

(6 Credit hrs.)

Total: 48 Credit hrs.

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