The University of Kent's Kent Law School will launch a new LL.M. specialization in Law and the Humanities in September 2016.
This new specialization will use an interdisciplinary curriculum to broaden students' understanding of the law and legal issues, according to a press release issued from the school. In the program, students will explore history, politics, social theory, literature, theater and visual culture and develop skills such as critical reading and textual analysis.
The university will offer the program at its Canterbury and Paris centers.
The Law and the Humanities specialization will be the university's eleventh. Its other ten specialization offerings are Criminal Justice, Environmental Law, European Law, International Commercial Law, International Criminal Justice, International Environmental Law, International Law with International Relations, International Law, Medical Law and Ethics, and Human Rights Law.
For more information, visit the University of Kent website.
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