UCL offers a bespoke, multi-disciplinary programme, taught in central London by leading scholars in the field.
Early Modern Studies at UCL is based at the Centre for Multidisciplinary and Intercultural Inquiry (CMII).
Why study the Early Modern at UCL?
- Bespoke programmes of study, rich in their interdisciplinarity; there are over forty leading scholars associated with the programmes, in a range of subjects including art, digital humanities, history, law, literature, politics and science.
- Practical, hands-on modules, with ‘traditional’ skills such as palaeography and textual bibliography taught alongside the latest techniques in databases and XML.
- A large range of optional modules and a choice of resources geared to individual research interests.
- Privileged access to a wide range of archives, rare-books libraries and manuscript-related museums in central London.
- A vibrant and stimulating research environment with an extensive list of seminars, performances and other events.