Early Modern Exchanges
29th May, 4.30pm, Foster Court 225
Gabriel Harvey's Reading
Mathew Symons (UCL, Centre for Editing Lives and Letters), Matching up the Margins: Across Gabriel Harvey's Books
Chris Stamatakis (UCL, English), How Gabriel Harvey Read His Castiglione
Respondent: Lisa Jardine (UCL, Centre for Editing Lives and Letters).
The Malone Society's John Edward Kerry prize has been won this year by one of our Early Modern Studies MA students for a project on Ralph Crane's scribal copies of Middleton's A Game at Chesse.
Details of recent publications by members of the Centre are available on our News page.
You chose 60 credits worth of optional courses from an extensive list. The list below is a typical selection of what will be on offer, year on year. Please check availability with the course convenor and bear in mind that acceptance on a given option is at the discretion of the relevant tutor and your being suitably qualified:
Early Modern Options
- Aztec Archaeology: Codices and Ethnohistory
- Maya Art, Architecture and Archaeology
- Managing Museums
- Museums Communication
- Museum and Site Interpretation
A full list of course options is available on MA Art History pages.
- The Senses and the Rise of Capital
- Early Modern Horror (16th/17th Centuries)
- Human and Nonhuman in Medieval Art
- Cannibalism and the Early Modern Image
A full list of course options is available on the History Department's MA pages.
- From Renaissance to Republic: The Netherlands c.1555-1609
- Giordano Bruno
- Marsilio Ficino, De amore
- Political Thought in Renaissance Europe not running 2013 - 14
- Renaissance Texts: Resources and Research Techniques
- Sephardic Jewry: From Golden Age to World Diaspora
- Signs, Mind and Society: Early Modern Theories of Language
- The Conquest of Mexico
- The Public Sphere in Britain, 1476-1800
- Transformations of Jewish Culture in Early Modern Europe
- Transnational Cultural Exchange
- Russian Monarchy: Court Ritual and Political Ideas 1498 - 1917
- War and Peace in 17th- and 18th-century Europe
A full list of the options available through languages departments is available from the School of European Languages, Cultures and Society MA pages.
- Dead Things and Demolition Sites: Cultural, Visual and Historical Representations in France, 1598-1889 not running 2013 - 14
- Political theologies between the early and postmodern not running 2013 - 14
- Approaches to the Reception of the Classical World
- Digital Resources in the Humanities
- Early Modern Books and Their Readers in Northern Europe
- Early Modern Handwriting and Manuscript Culture 1500-1800
- Historical Bibliography
- Language and Literature of the Dutch Golden Age
- Literature of the Dutch Golden Age: Advanced Reading
- Manuscript Studies
- Modern Literary Theory (taking Postcolonialism and Historicisms seminar)
- Petrarch, Rime
- Sex and the Body in Early Modern Europe
- Shakespeare's Afterlives
- Shakespeare in his Time
- The Self and the World: Theoretical Approaches to Travel Writing
It is also possible to take options, subject to availability and approval, through the School of Advanced Study's MA in the History of the Book, the Warburg's MA in Cultural and Intellectual History 1300 - 1650 and Queen Mary/UCL's MA in Political Thought and Intellectual History.
There are a vast array of complementary Medieval Options available offered through the Medieval and Renaissance Studies MA programme. They are subject to availability and at the discretion of the convenor and course tutors.
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