UCL (University College London)
Dutch Golden Age
A minimum of an upper 2nd Class Honours degree in a relevant discipline from a UK university or an overseas qualification of an equivalent standard. The programme can accommodate beginners as well as advanced speakers of Dutch.
Core modules: Research skills seminar; literature of the dutch golden age; or 1 module on the history of dutch art; recent optional modules included:; dutch genre painting; from renaissance to republic: the Netherlands c.1555-1609; political thought in Renaissance Europe; signs, mind and society: early modern theories of language; the body between art and science; golden age kingship: theory and practice; transformation of Jewish culture in early modern Europe.
The programme takes the form of lectures, small-group seminars and individual tutorials. Through the research skills seminar students will visit various libraries and collections, in particular the Institute for Historical Research, British Library, and Warburg Institute. Assessment is through written coursework essays and the dissertation.
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