History and Religious Studies (BA) course map

Martin Wood

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Martin Wood

"I encourage students to value open dialogue, put asside assumptions and develop qualities of empathy and insight."

Please note this course map is indicative of the structure of this course and may be subject to change.

Level 4

Level 5

Level 5 Notes: Please note that HM5099 is only available to students on the Full time course, with Sandwich year. This module should be registered in Year 3, after completion of Level 5 Modules.

Module CATs
To complete your programme you must pass the following compulsory modules:
HM5001: Research and Enquiry 15
HM5002: Engaging Humanities 15
HM5403: Religion, Superstition and Fear in Early Modern Europe 1540-1640 15
To complete your programme you must pass a minimum of 30 credits from the following:
HM5505: Women, Men and Religion 15
HM5511: Dharma: Tradition and Modernity 15
HM5512: Islamic Politics and Philosophy 15
HM5513: Christianity: Narrative Theology 15
To complete your programme you must pass a minimum of 15 credits from the following:
HM5402: Victorian Values: Class, Culture, Religion 15
HM5410: The American Century: Major Themes in 20th Century American History 15
HM5413: Making States, Making Nations: Europe, 1750-1920 15
Other modules that can be counted toward your programme include:
HM5050: Field Trip 15
HM5406: Revolution from Above: the Soviet Union, 1921-1953 15
HM5407: Politics and Empire in the Age of Gladstone and Disraeli 15
HM5408: The Politics of Gender: Sex and Power in Early Modern Europe 15
HM5412: America and the South after the Civil War 15
HM5501: Philosophy, Science and Belief 15
HM5502: The God of Philosophy 15
HM5510: Philosophy as a Way of Life 15

Level 6

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