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BA timetables

The complete timetable for 2016/17 will be available to view here shortly.

The information listed below is designed to show the range of courses we offer and help students make decisions about their choices in any given year. We cannot guarantee that courses will run exactly as they are listed below and the list remains subject to change at any time. Additional courses run by temporary members of staff will not appear in this list. Students must consult the complete timetable above before choosing their courses for each academic year. If you are interested in a particular course, you should contact the course organiser for more information.

The duration of all undergraduate courses is 20 weeks. They are taught in the autumn and spring terms, and examined in the summer term.

Module are generally offered on the following two year teaching cycle:

Year A courses: session 2017/18

Course organiser

Level

Course title

Edwards, Catherine and Cuomo, Serafina

Gp1

From republic to empire: Roman history, 133 BC to AD 284

Goodson, Caroline

Gp1

From ancient to medieval societies

McFadyen, Lesley

Gp1

Materials and Objects in Archaeology

Waddell, Brodie and Stewart, Laura

Gp1

British History, 1500-1750

Lovell, Julia

Gp1

Modern history of East Asia

Meyer, Caspar

Gp1

The archaeology of Greece, c.1000-300BC

Rueger, Jan

Gp1

Europe from 1800

 


Anscombe, Fred

Gp2

The Ottoman Empire

Baird, Jennifer

Gp2

The past in the present: classical archaeology in the modern world

Brady, Sean

Gp2

Ireland and the Irish from the act of union to partition, 1801-1921

Jan Rueger

Gp2 Contested Nation: Germany 1871-1918

Goodson, Caroline

Gp2

Building the Middle Ages: Urbanism and Architecture

Meyer, Caspar

Gp2

Cultural interaction in the Archaic Greek world

Sapire, Hilary

Gp2

Cultural encounters: colonial encounters: race, identity and cultural exchange in the British Empire

Stewart, Laura

Gp2

Rebellions and revolutions: Britain, c.1588-1689

Wachsmann, Nik and Rueger, Jan

Gp2

The birth of modern Germany, 1870-1933

Laite, Julia Gp3

Sexuality, Society and the State in Twentieth Century Britain

Edwards, Catherine

Gp2/3

Responses to Rome from the 18th to the 20th centuries

Constantakopolou, Christy

Gp3

The Athenian Empire

Wachsmann, Nik

Gp3

The Third Reich

Henderson, John

Gp3

The age of plague: disease, medicine and society in Western Europe, 1348-1665

Swann, Julian

Gp3

Louis XIV and the crisis of absolute monarchy, 1685-1720

Trentmann, Frank

Gp3

History of civil society from the 18th century to the present

Trentmann, Frank Gp3

Civil Society: Ideas, Practices, and Dilemmas in the Modern World, 17th Century to the Present

 

Year B courses: sessions 2016/17; 2018/19

Course organiser

Level

Course title

Baird, Jennifer

Gp1

Archaeology of the Roman Empire

Bourke, JoannaSean BradyFrank Trentmann

Gp1

British history since 1750

Constantakopolou, Christy

Gp1

The Greek World

Goodson, Caroline

Gp1

The Medieval World, c.1100-c.1500

Sapire, Hilary

Gp1

The British Empire, 1780-1960

Swann, Julian

Gp1

Europe, 1500-1800

Anscombe, Fred

Gp2

Political and social change in the Middle East since 1918

Cuomo, Serafina

Gp2

Under the volcano: the first and last days of Pompeii

Goodson, Caroline

Gp2

Living in the middle ages

Lovell, Julia

Gp2

The birth of a superpower: China from 1900 to the present day

Meyer, Caspar

Gp2

Power and self-representation in the Greek and Hellenistic worlds

Sapire, Hilary

Gp2

The making of the modern racial order in South Africa

Sengoopta, Chandak

Gp2

The age of science: science, technology and European life, 1800-1939

Edwards, Catherine

Gp2/3

The empire of letters: epistolography in the Roman world

Laite, Julia Gp2

Policing, Crime and Punishment in Modern Britain

Bourke, Joanna

Gp3

Literature, culture and society, 1914-1945

Brady, Sean

Gp3

Family, society and culture in Britain, 1832-1918

Harding, Vanessa

Gp3

Later medieval London, 1450-1560