This interdisciplinary course equips students with the knowledge of different theoretical approaches and current debates in the fields of history, art history, divinity, languages and literature. Students can work on topics suited to their own interests while also expanding their horizons beyond a single discipline.
The course draws on the long-established and recognised strengths in Mediaeval Studies available from the participating disciplines – Art History, Divinity, English, History, Modern Languages and Philosophy.
It gives students the opportunity to work closely with colleagues covering a vast range of expertise from Late Antiquity to the 15th century and across the mediaeval world, from the Middle East and the Mediterranean to the British Isles and Scandinavia.
Students will be introduced to different theoretical approaches, current debates and the nature of cross-disciplinary and interdisciplinary work in the fields of history, art history, languages and literature.
2:1 Honours undergraduate degree.
Faculty of Arts