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ART HISTORY Not recruiting for 2013-2014
BA Single Honours, BA/BSc Combined Honours
Department of Humanities
PROGRAMME CONVENER(S): Dr Fiona McHardy, 020 8392 3733, firstname.lastname@example.org
For further information please contact the Department Administrator, Jane Gardiner, 020 8392 3284, email@example.com.
Please note that the single and combined honours programmes have suspended recruitment from September 2009. However, continuing (HE2/HE3 level) students will be able to complete their single and combined honours Art History degree.
LOCATION: The modules in this programme are taught at the Roehampton Lane campus unless otherwise stated.
PROGRAMME OUTLINE: Art History has been encouraged and transformed as a discipline through the radical range of exchanges with other disciplines over the past decade and more. Art History at Roehampton may now typically include techniques and methods from anthropology, sociology and cultural studies. The programme is designed to enable students to develop analytical and critical skills in the context of Art History as it is constituted in contemporary practice. The subjects and range of cultures and periods includes classical antiquity, mediŠval Mediterranean, Italian Renaissance, 19th century France, and contemporary European and American. The modules are supplemented with regular field trips to museums and galleries in London to view the works at first hand.
AIMS: This programme aims to:
LEARNING OUTCOMES: Students who successfully complete the programme will have developed:
# - compulsory (must be passed)
¬ - module not available in 2013-2014.
a) Each module code consists of a three-letter module prefix denoting the programme it belongs to (eg BSS010C110A = Biosciences), the following three digits refer to its credit value (eg BSS010C110A = 10 credits), the single letter in the middle (eg BSS010C110A) denotes the module level (eg C = HE1, N = HE2, X = HE3), the last three digits denote its unique number (eg BSS010C110A), and the final letter denotes its suffix (eg BSS010C110A). The suffixes indicate the following: A - Autumn term, S - Spring term, H ľ Summer term/Summer intensive mode and Y - All year.
b) Individual module details can be viewed by clicking on each module code or using the "View all modules" link below for a complete list of module assessments and descriptions. Where an assessment has more than one component all elements must be passed, unless individual module assessment details state otherwise.
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