Core programme content
- Representing the 18th Century
Indicative non-core content
Options may include:
- The Body & Society in Early Modern Europe (History Department)
- Religion, Science & the Production of Knowledge (History Department)
- Eighteenth Century Writing Gender & Culture (English Department)
- Life Writings 1700-1850 (English Department)
- The Construction of Modern Heroism (History Department)
- Melancholia and Hypochondria in the 18th Century (German Department)
- Imagined Communities: Utopian Discourse & Political Dissent (French Department)
- Women and the Poetics of Liberty (English Department)
- Political Thought in the British Atlantic World (History Department).
FORMAT AND ASSESSMENT
Seminars; study sessions in museums and galleries; research skill workshops and visits to cultural institutions. Core and optional modules assessed by coursework, plus a dissertation.
Professor Clare Brant, Department of English Language & Literature
King's College London
Credit value (UK/ECTS equivalent)
UK 180/ECTS 90
One year FT, two years PT, September to September.
Strand Campus; the British Museum; other museums and galleries in central London.
It is expected that some students will go on to research, while other possible roles might be in arts administration.
Year of entry 2013