The Medieval and Renaissance Studies MA is a flexible degree that permits you either to specialise or to take a broad interdisciplinary range of modules.
The modules below are due to run in 2020/21. Please note that modules running in 2020/21 are dependent on student demand. If there is no or low demand from students, modules may be cancelled.
- Dante: Divina Commedia (ITAL0035) (requires Italian) - description TBC
- Early Modern Information Culture
- The Empire of Constantinople, AD 425-641 (HIST0425) (15cr)
- The Empire of Constantinople, AD 425-641 (HIST0424) (20cr)
- Forging the Early Modern (CMII0012)
- From Archive to Hard Drive - description TBC
- A Global History of the Middle Ages? (MDVL0053) (15cr)
- A Global History of the Middle Ages? (MDVL0043) (20cr)
- Identity and Performance in Renaissance Italy (ITAL0039) (requires Italian)
- Identity and Power in the Middle Ages - description TBC
- Beginners Latin for Research (MDVL0061)
- Reading Medieval and Renaissance Latin (MDVL0063)
- Lifescripting (CMII0128)
- Medieval Manuscripts and Documents (MDVL0006) (30cr)
- Metamorphosis: The Limits of the Human (ELCS0051)
- Modern Medieval: Reception, Revival, Replication (HART0155) - description TBC
- Introduction to Old Norse (SCAN0051)
- Advanced Old Norse (SCAN0061)
- Old and Middle English (MDVL0013) - 30 credits (full year)
- Middle English (MDVL0010) - 15 credits, term 1
- Old English (MDVL0014) - 15 credits, term 2
- Old/Middle French - description TBC
- Reframing the Renaissance (CMII0011)
- Unstitching the Early Modern: Archival and Book Skills (CMII0015)
- Skills and Sources: Manuscripts and Documents (MDVL0007) – description TBC
- Skills and Sources: The Medieval English Book (MDVL0016) – description TBC
- Intermediate and Advanced Latin - for intermediate and advanced Latin courses students are sent to Dr Daniel Hadas at King's College London.
Information for non-MARS students taking MARS modules
If you wish to take a MDVL**** module please contact firstname.lastname@example.org to enquire about availability and to reserve a space. You should note that places for intercollegiate and interdepartmental students are allocated on a first-come, first-served basis. Priority is given to MARS students and to students on degrees affiliated with MARS. Please note that your place will not be confirmed until the first week of teaching.
It may also be possible for students to take intercollegiate modules offered on King's College London's MA in Medieval History, however this is subject to availability and the approval of the MARS Degree Tutor and the module tutor(s) at King's. Students should contact email@example.com to apply for intercollegiate modules.