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  • CE1: Ser capaces de adquirir y saber aplicar conocimientos sobre nuevas tecnologías, lenguajes hipertextuales y las herramientas utilizadas en la producción literaria y en lengua española, multimedia y en red.
  • CE2: Be able to discuss the ideas of different theories in the field of Hispanic philology and to analyse their contributions critically in order to contextualise their achievements and contrast these with the knowledge acquired
  • CE3: Be able to read all types of Hispanic philological texts in a critical, analytical and competent manner, based on a pertinent method of analysis through which it is possible to draw all their implications, both in form and content
  • CE4: Be able to conduct teaching and research activities in Hispanic philology subject areas
  • CE5: Be able to critically analyse and explain texts, choosing the specific philological methodology according to the potential audience to which they are addressed
  • CE6: Be able to edit texts and to build and catalogue corpora related to Hispanic philological studies
  • CE7: Be able to recognise the methods of analysis and the research techniques that are specific to Hispanic philology, as well as their integration into the historical tradition and their academic institutionalisation; also, become familiar with the different programmes, projects, research lines and teams operating in this master's degree, with a view to undertaking a specific research project within this framework.
  • CE8: Be able to acquire and transmit knowledge of the periods, movements, currents of thought, topics and issues that are specific to the field of Hispanic philology.
  • CE9: Be able to acquire and transmit advanced knowledge of the great currents of Hispanic philological studies, from representative texts, taking into account the gender perspective.
  • CE10: Be able to acquire and apply knowledge of the techniques and procedures of academic writing.
  • CE11: Be able to read texts critically by analysing and explaining them in relation to the keys of the cultural debate of the historical period to which they belong.
  • CE12: Be able to acquire and know how to apply knowledge of the different publishing processes and media, as well as knowledge of the applications used by (printed and digital) publishing systems.