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  • Objectives
    Studying a modern language alongside archaeology provides you with opportunities to gain a greater insight into the historical and cultural development of your chosen country, and to develop specific and highly valuable language skills. Your knowledge and skills are enhanced by spending the third year of your four-year degree in France. In the fourth year (level three) you will choose from an extensive choice of topics, in archaeology and French.
  • Entry requirements
    -GCE/VCE A Levels - BBC -BTEC National Diploma - 3 Distinctions and 3 Merits -Two GCE A Levels plus two GCE AS Levels - BC+BB -Scottish Highers - AABB -Irish Leaving Cert. - ABBBB -International Baccalaureate - 32 points -Core Requirements - Normally requires B in A Level French -Lower offers may be made to applicants with relevant prior experience. Mature students are very welcome (OU credits or validated Access courses and other courses are acceptable.
  • Academic Title
    Archaeology and French BA
  • Course description
    This is a list of modules that have been offered in the past. We expect similar modules to be offered for courses starting in 2009.

    Typical First Year Modules
    -European Classical Civilisations    
    -World Civilisations    
    -French Studies I    
    -French Studies II    
    -Language and Communication Skills I    
    -Language and Communication Skills II    

    Typical Second Year Modules

    -Research Skills in Archaeology
    -Thinking through Archaeology    
    -Actualites Francaises I    
    -Actualites Francaises II    
    -Language and Communication Skills III
    -Language and Communication Skills IV    
    -Archaeology and Text    
    -Archaology of the Graeco-Roman World    
    -Early Historic Europe
    -Early Prehistoric Europe    
    -From Households to Empires    
    -Later Historic Europe
    -Later Prehistoric Europe    
    -Reconstructing Ancient Landscapes    
    -Francophone Women Poets I    
    -Francophone Women Poets II    
    -History Of The Language I    
    -History Of The Language II    
    -Images of the Occupation I    
    -Images of the Occupation II
    -L'Exclusion Sociale en France I    
    -L'Exclusion Sociale en France II    
    -La Francophonie: Langue, Colonie et Civilisation I    
    -La Francophonie: Langue, Colonie et Civilisation II    
    -Le Francais des Affaires I    
    -Le Francais des Affaires II    
    -Medieval Short Stories I    
    -Medieval Short Stories II    
    -Narratives of Confinement I    
    -Narratives of Confinement II    
    -Paris 1857-1897: Image and Text I    
    -Teaching Modern Languages I    
    -Teaching Modern Languages II    
    -Twentieth-Century Literature And Thought I    
    -Twentieth-Century Literature And Thought II    
    -Writing the Revolution I    
    -Writing the Revolution II    

    Typical Third Year Modules

    -French Year Abroad    
    -French Year Abroad    
    -French Year Abroad (Project)    
    -French Year Abroad (Project)    

    Typical Fourth Year Modules

    -Dissertation (Archaeology and French)    
    -Language and Communication Skills V    
    -Language and Communication Skills VI    
    -Archaeology and Texts in the Age of Homer    
    -Archaeology, Ethnicity and Nationalism    
    -Athens, Empire and the Classical Greek World    
    -Dark Age Britain    
    -Death and Burial in Anglo-Saxon and Medieval England    
    -Ethnohistory and Anthropology of Modern Hunter Gatherers    
    -Funerary Archaeology    
    -Material Life and Culture in the Medieval and Early Modern World    
    -Mediterranean Landscapes    
    -Optical and Geophysical Surveying in Archaeology    
    -Rome: Capital, Hinterland and Periphery    
    -Social Transformations in Britain From the 4th to 2nd Millennium BC
    -Swords and Sorcery: Northern Europe 1000 BC-AD 500    
    -Work Place Learning    
    -Feminism in Contemporary French Culture and Thought I    
    -Feminism in Contemporary French Culture and Thought II    
    -Gender, Society and Economy in France I    
    -Gender, Society and Economy in France II
    -Le Rire Gaulois I    
    -Le Rire Gaulois II    
    -Le Siècle des Lumières I    
    -Le Siècle des Lumières II    
    -Literature and Politics of the 'Post(-)colonial' I    
    -Literature and Politics of the 'Post-Colonial' I    
    -Literature and Society of French Canada I    
    -Literature and Society of French Canada II    
    -Monarchy, Revolution and Republic I    
    -Monarchy, Revolution and Republic II    
    -Paris Post War I    
    -Paris Post-War II    
    -Perceptions of Women in Medieval and Renaissance France I    
    -Perceptions of Women in Medieval and Renaissance France II    
    -Surrealism I
    -Surrealism II    

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