PPGCL defines its unique area of concentration as Textual, Discursive and Cultural Processes.
The Master’s and Doctoral Programs are organized around language studies that highlight social practices of linguistic interaction, discursive processes of meaning production, and aesthetic-cultural manifestations.
In other words, the area of concentration consists in Graduate studies on:
a) Oral and written interactions as components of socially situated discursive practices;
b) Processes of meaning production, from its subjective dimension to its social, historical and ideological dimension; and
c) Verbal and non-verbal languages and their correlations in modernity and contemporaneity, as well as the aesthetic and cultural manifestations, with emphasis on the symbolic production and its several supports.