This unique distance-learning Joint Honours BA allows students to combine interests in British and European medieval history and literature with a love of Celtic history and culture. The teaching is research-led, rooted in the professional interests and expertise of the lecturers, combining a study of change over time in wide-ranging, informative survey modules with more focused, topic-centred modules.
Year One (Cert HE, Dip HE & BA) Level 4 Medieval Studies Academic Skills The Medieval World Crusading in the Middle Ages An Introduction to Celtic Literatures An Introduction to Celtic Art Level 4 Celtic Studies Academic Skills The Early Celts An Introduction to Celtic Literatures Welsh Language Skills 1 An Introduction to the Celtic Languages An Introduction to Celtic Art Level 5 and Level 6 (running year a/year b) Medieval Studies modules: Medieval Prose in Wales Welsh Medieval Praise Poetry Celtic Sanctity and Spirituality: Hagiography and Saints Cults Medieval Europe: from Charlemagne to the Hundred Years War, 800-1453 Medieval Britain from Edward the Confessor to Richard II, 1042-1399 Identity and Myth: The Normans and their World Medicine and Miracles Cults, Cures and Canonisation From Desert Myths to Sheep Tales: The Cistercians in the Middle Ages Level 5 and Level 6 (running year a/year b) Celtic Studies modules: The Celts through the eyes of the Greeks and the Romans Representations of Brittany Welsh and Celtic Placenames The Irish Question 1886-1998: From Charles Parnell to the Good Friday Agreement Welsh Language Skills 2 Cornwall without Cornish True Brits Medieval Prose in Wales Welsh Medieval Praise Poetry Celtic Sanctity and Spirituality: Hagiography and Saints Cults From Desert Myths to Sheep Tales: The Cistercians in the Middle Ages Gwlad, gwlad; Aspects of Welsh History 1200 to the present
The programme will include several of the following types of assessment: essays of 1,000 to 4,000 words in length document analysis book/ journal reviews short reports and reflective journals field journals posters group and individual presentations dissertations of 10,000 words commentaries
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