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Modules 2014/15

Please note that the list below is provisional

Core Courses

HISTGA01 Sources and Methods in Ancient History

(MA Ancient History)
HISTGC01 An Interdisciplinary Approach to China: Health and Humanity

(MA China: Health and Humanity)

HISTGM01 Advanced Skills, Concepts, and Theory for MA Historians

(MA European History, MA History)

HISTGT01 Approaches to Transnational Studies: Core Readings, Social Theory and Case Studies

(MA Transnational Studies)

Ancient

HISTGA03 Latin Epigraphy

Benet Salway

HISTGA02A Greek Epigraphy

Julietta Steinhauer

HISTGA09A Propaganda and Ideology in Rome

Valentina Arena

HISTGA10A The Attalid Kingdom 323-129BC

Riet van Bremen

HISTGA72A Lived Ancient Religion in Hellenistic Greece

Juliette Steinhauer

HISTGA16 The Empire of Constantinople

Benet Salway

HISTGA04 Continuity and Change in the Ancient Near East

Languages:

MDVLGL01 Latin for Beginners

MDVLGL04 Medieval Latin for Beginners (must be taken in conjunction with MDVLGL01)

Click here for a full list of options
Selected courses available from UCL Greek and Latin:

Reading Ancient Philosophy

Ancient Rome on Film

Rome and Dionysus

Greek Papyrology

CLICK HERE FOR A FULL LIST OF OPTIONS

Selected courses available from King's College London:

Tacitus and Nero

Late Antique Magic

Greek Epigraphy

Sacred Tales

CLICK HERE FOR A FULL LIST OF MODULES TAUGHT BY KCL

Selected courses available from Royal Holloway:

The Ancient Novel

Roman Oratory

Pompeii

Cities of Empire

CLICK HERE FOR A FULL LIST OF MODULES TAUGHT BY RHUL


Medieval/Renaissance

(MARS students should see the MARS website for a full list of modules)

MDVLGH15 Magna Carta

David Carpenter/David d'Avray

MDVLG004/05 Manuscripts and Documents

Marigold Norbye/David d'Avray

MDVLGH11A Magic in the Middle Ages

Sophie Page

MDVLGH12 Identity and Power in the Medieval Europe 500-1300

Antonio Sennis

MDVLGH10A The Medieval Papacy

David d'Avray

MDVLGH14 Comparative Governance: Europe's Long 13th Century

John Sabapathy

HISTG835 Political Thought in Renaissance Europe

  • HISTG835A The Italian Renaissance

  • HISTG835B The Northern European Renaissance

Angus Gowland


Early Modern/Modern

HISTG057A The Public Sphere in Britain, 1476-1800: Print Culture, Censorship and Propaganda

Jason Peacey

HISTG105A Enlightenment Histories: Historical Representation in Enlightenment Thought and Culture

Alexander Wragge-Morley

HISTG101 Debating the General Crisis of the 17th Century

Julian Hoppit

HISTG100 Adam Smith and the State

Julian Hoppit

HISTG086 The US and the World 1776-1900

David Sim

HISTG103 Gender and Sexuality in Modern Britain 1850 to the Present

  • HISTG103A Political Movements and Social Change
  • HISTG103B Sexuality and Sexual Behaviour

Clare Makepeace

HISTG102 Globalisation in the 20th Century

Benrhard Rieger

HISTG104A Indians and Indigenous Peoples in Latin America since Independence

Sarah Washbrook

HISTG078A Charismatic Cosmopolitans: Intellectuals and the Interwar Period

Dina Gusejnova

HISTG068 Hollywood Genres

Melvyn Stokes

HISTGC06 Chinese Film and the Body

Vivienne Lo

HISTG066 History and Theory of European Integration

Uta Staiger

GROUP B Options

Students on the MA History and MA European are welcome to take modules outside of the Department (including up to 30 credits on a non-history related module).  Below are listed some options which may be of interest.  Students can check other Departments' websites for more options.

Institute of the Americas

AMERG009 Politics of US Foreign Policy

AMERG011 Post-Cold War US Foreign Policy

AMERG016 The Rise of the Sunbelt since 1945

AMERG017 US Economic Policy From the New Deal to Obama

AMERG018 US Presidents and the Presidency

AMERG0** From Emancipation to Massive Resistance: Race, Racism and the African American Freedom Struggle 1865-1960

AMERG0** From the Civil Rights Revolution to Obama: Race, Racism and the African American Freedom Struggle in Modern America

AMERG0** From Skid Row to Obamacare: The Politics of Social Welfare in the United States since 1900

School of European Language, Culture and Society (SELCs)

DUTCG006A Contemporary History, Culture and Society of the Low Countries

GERMG030 Language, Power and Ideology

GERMG019 Classical Traditions in Social and Cultural Theory

ITALG010 Italy: A Difficult Modernity

ITALG012 Contemporary Italian Cultures

SCANGF05 Nordic Cinema : Contextualising Dreyer, Bergman and Dogme

SPANG001 Spanish Film

ELCSG005 Organised Crime: Gangsters in Life and Art

ELCSG008 Witches in History, Fiction and Scholarship

Hebrew and Jewish Studies

HEBRG038A Representations of Trauma: Holocaust writing

HEBRG031 European Jewry and the Holocaust

HEBRG102 The Jews of Central Europe: Histories, Entanglements and Transformations

HEBRG104 Anglo-Israeli Relations: 1948-2006

HEBRG009 The Arab-Israeli Conflict

HEBRG128 Israel and the Occupied Territories

Selected options from the School of Slavonic and Eastern European Studies to be added shortly.

Page last modified on 23 sep 14 13:30 by Joanna Fryer