Why study with the Centre for Early Modern Exchanges (EME)?
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.