MA in Eighteenth-Century Studies

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  • Objectives
    - Analyse and evaluate the contributions made by existing scholarship in the field of eighteenth-century studies. - Possess a wide and informed knowledge of recent developments in historical thinking. - Identify and evaluate the most frequently used archival and other sources for the study of eighteenth-century society. - Write lively and articulate prose in the module essays, ‘Historical Research: Theory, Skill and Method’ essays, and in the dissertation.
  • Academic title
    MA in Eighteenth-Century Studies
  • Course description
    Essential Information
    This interdisciplinary MA draws on options from the Departments of History, English and History of Art. It examines new approaches to major themes on Eighteenth-Century Britain and Europe: Enlightenment, consumption and luxury, gender, the middling classes, culture and commerce, political radicalism and scientific and medical culture. The MA is closely connected to the Warwick Eighteenth-Century Centre; students share in the Centre’s lively seminar programme as well as workshops and conferences. There are excellent opportunities to engage with material culture in research events organised through the Warwick-Waddesdon Manor Programme and the Global Arts network with the V&A and Ashmolean Museums.

    Course Outline
    Students choose two options from the following lists. At least one of these options must be taken from those offered in the History Department. Not all options will be available in any given year.

    History Options include:
    - Consumption and Culture in Eighteenth-Century Britain (Professor Berg)
    - Politics and Opinion in Hanoverian Britain (Dr Richardson)
    - Science and Medicine from the Renaissance to the Enlightenment (Dr Stein)

    Options outside the Department include:
    - Hogarth and the British School
    - Painting and its Publics: Britain 1760-1790

    All students take the ‘Theory, Skill and Method’ module.

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