Medieval and Early Modern Pathway
The Department of History has particular strengths in medieval and early-modern history.
Expert supervision is provided in Islamic, early-medieval Europe and crusader history, early-modern social history, early-modern colonial history and the history of science. The Medieval and Early Modern pathway will provide Latin and Palaeography skills in order to support the development of a substantial dissertation project.
In addition, students on the Medieval and Early Modern pathway can select two optional modules from the list below.
With the exception of Latin, all the taught modules run over a single ten-week term and are taught by seminars. Medieval Latin is taught in classes for 25 weeks.
Students may also take modules compulsory in other pathways as optional modules.
Please note that unforeseen circumstances sometimes result in late changes to module availability.