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BA Liberal Arts (For students entering from September 2024 onwards)

Programme code:BALIB/AR-RUCAS code:Y000
Duration:3 Years Method of Attendance: Full Time
Programme manager:Dr Caroline Starkey Contact address:c.starkey@leeds.ac.uk

Total credits: 360

Entry requirements:

Entry Requirements are available on the Course Search entry

School/Unit responsible for the parenting of students and programme:

Philosophy, Religion and History of Science (PRHS)

Examination board through which the programme will be considered:

Relevant QAA Subject Benchmark Groups:

Students take a concentration of modules in the area of their major and their work in that field will be subject to the relevant benchmark:
Communication, Media, Film and Cultural Studies
English
History
Philosophy
Politics and International Relations
Sociology

Programme specification:

The information on this page is accurate for students entering the programme from September 2024. For students who entered the programme before September 2024, you can find the details of your programme:

BA Liberal Arts

Your Course
The BA in Liberal Arts combines depth and breadth of study, and places particular emphasis on the use of inter-disciplinary methods of enquiry. Liberal Arts is a highly flexible degree programme, enabling students to shape their course according to their own interests and enthusiasms whilst also developing skills and expertise in a specific discipline.
Each year, a student will take modules worth 120 credits.
The course has three strands that run through each year of study: Core, Major and Topic
[1] In each year, students take a Liberal Arts core module which in Year 1 and 2 comprises 20 credits, and in Year 3, 40 credits. The Liberal Arts core modules support the development of a strong Liberal Arts identity for students, promoting the intellectual benefits of the cross-disciplinary character of the programme and emphasise the development of core skills. For example, the Level 1 core module introduces students to the idea and practice of cross-disciplinary study, the history and idea of disciplines, and the role of the Liberal Arts. The Level 2 core module provides an opportunity to get involved with cutting-edge research, working in a small group with an academic supervisor, and creating impactful research outputs in a structured and supported way. The Level 3 core module is an interdisciplinary final year independent research project, developed and progressed by the student with the support of a subject-specific supervisor.
[2] Students choose a concentration of modules in one of the traditional academic disciplines in the Humanities or Social Sciences (English, History, Philosophy, Cultural Studies, Sociology, Politics). This strand constitutes the students major. In Year 1, 40 credits will be from a student's major. In Year 2 and 3, 60 credits will be from their major. Liberal Arts students are therefore guaranteed a thorough formation in the methods and practices of one discipline and will be exposed to internationally recognised research and innovation.
[3] Students choose a combination of modules drawn from Liberal Arts Topic areas. The Topic structure gives students the freedom to follow their interests across diverse subject areas and equips them with skills of cross-disciplinary enquiry. Topic modules are grouped into thematic multi-disciplinary baskets, and students are allowed to choose topic modules from one basket or more than one basket. They are permitted to choose from different topic baskets each year, should they wish, providing an exciting, flexible, and individually tailored programme.In Year 1, students take 60 credits of topic modules. In Year 2, students take 40 credits of topic modules. In Year 3, students take 20 credits of topic modules. [3]
The programme has an optional international variant, which includes a study abroad year at Level 3, and an industrial variant, which includes a work placement year at Level 3.
Your Future
The programme equips students with the transferrable skills and confidence they need to address diverse audiences across all levels of the programme, and in support of a variety of different career paths, including further study. Liberal Arts students develop key skills in communication, critical thinking and analysis, advanced synthesis of ideas across disciplinary boundaries, team-working, and independent research skills. The major subject enables students to develop in-depth specialist knowledge in one discipline but complement this with topic modules from a wide range of disciplines, tailored to the students' own interests but curated to provide robust intellectual pathways through complex ideas, themes and theories in the hu manities and social sciences. The Liberal Arts core modules provide focused training in varied skills of communication and inter-disciplinary critical thinking, giving students the opportunity to investigate a focal question and thoughtfully disseminate the findings of their research to diverse audiences.

Our World
The Liberal Arts programme aims to provide a rigorous intellectual formation that runs broad and deep, that ranges across disciplines in a thematically coherent way, and that enables students to acquire the adaptivity and independent critical thinking they will need to engage with the world beyond the University. There are opportunities for external engagement in Leeds and beyond, undertaking impactful, real-world research tasks. Through a varied suite of carefully curated modules, tailored to individual interest, students will have the chance to engage in research-based learning to consider the relationships between academic study and the wider world, and, importantly, think about their place within it and how they might best shape the world for the present and future.


Year1 - View timetable

[Learning Outcomes, Transferable (Key) Skills, Assessment]

Compulsory modules:

Candidates will be required to study the following core compulsory module:

FOAH1000Introducing Liberal Arts20 creditsSemesters 1 & 2 (Sep to Jun)

Optional modules:

MAJOR MODULES

Candidates will be required to study and pass 40 credits from ONE of the following lists of modules. Each list corresponds to one MAJOR subject.

Major Subject: Philosophy
Candidates majoring in Philosophy are required to study and pass 40 credits of Level 1 Philosophy modules from the following list:

PHIL1080The Good, the Bad, the Right, the Wrong20 creditsSemester 2 (Jan to Jun)
PHIL1090Knowledge, Self and Reality20 creditsSemester 2 (Jan to Jun)
PHIL1121Introduction to the History of Western Philosophy20 creditsSemester 1 (Sep to Jan)

Major Subject: English
Candidates majoring in English are required to study and pass 40 credits of Level 1 English modules from the following list:

ENGL1055Writing Matters20 creditsSemester 2 (Jan to Jun)
ENGL1065Reading Between the Lines20 creditsSemester 1 (Sep to Jan)

Major Subject: Politics
Candidates majoring in Politics are required to study and pass 40 credits of Level 1 Politics modules from the following list:

PIED1110Comparative Politics20 creditsSemester 2 (Jan to Jun)
PIED1601Freedom, Power and Resistance: An Introduction to Political Ideas20 creditsSemester 1 (Sep to Jan)

Major Subject: Sociology
Candidates majoring in Sociology are required to study and pass 40 credits of Level 1 Sociology modules from the following list:

SLSP1201Making Sense of Society: Reading Social Theory20 creditsSemester 2 (Jan to Jun)
SLSP1213Formations of Coloniality and Modernity20 creditsSemester 1 (Sep to Jan)

Major Subject: History
Candidates majoring in History are required to study and pass 40 credits of Level 1 History modules from the following list:

HIST1000Exploring History20 creditsSemester 1 (Sep to Jan)
HIST1065Diverse Histories of Britain20 creditsSemester 2 (Jan to Jun)

Major Subject: Cultural Studies
Candidates majoring in Cultural Studies will be required to study and pass 40 credits of Level 1 Cultural Studies modules, from the following list:

ARTF1003Introduction to Cultural Analysis 120 creditsSemester 1 (Sep to Jan)
ARTF1004Introduction to Cultural Analysis II20 creditsSemester 2 (Jan to Jun)

TOPIC MODULES
Candidates will be required to study 60 credits from the following Topic Modules. Candidates can choose modules from one or more of the themed baskets, but they cannot choose a topic module from the discipline of their major subject. This is to ensure students have sufficient interdisciplinarity across their modules.

Creativity and Change

ARTF1300Ways of Seeing20 creditsSemester 1 (Sep to Jan)
ENGL1070Drama: Text and Performance20 creditsSemester 2 (Jan to Jun)
IDEA1000Professional Ethics: Challenges and Crises10 creditsSemester 2 (Jan to Jun)
LDES1100Introduction to Interdisciplinary Study10 creditsSemester 2 (Jan to Jun)
LLLC1412Exploring the Digital World20 creditsSemester 1 (Sep to Jan)
MUS1231Film Music20 creditsSemester 1 (Sep to Jan), Semester 2 (Jan to Jun)
PECI1110Performance Matters20 creditsSemester 2 (Jan to Jun)
PSYC1601Introduction to Psychology10 creditsSemester 1 (Sep to Jan)

Global Citizenship and Communication

ENGL1055Writing Matters20 creditsSemester 2 (Jan to Jun)
FREN1010French Language Awareness and Skills (Common European Framework B2)20 creditsSemesters 1 & 2 (Sep to Jun)
GEOG1500Global Geopolitics, Migration and Uneven Development20 creditsSemester 2 (Jan to Jun)
GERM1010German Language Awareness and Skills20 creditsSemesters 1 & 2 (Sep to Jun)
HIST1520Global Decolonization20 creditsSemester 2 (Jan to Jun)
IDEA1100Science & Society: An Ethical View10 creditsSemester 2 (Jan to Jun)
PECI1240Introduction to Musical Theatre20 creditsSemester 2 (Jan to Jun)
PHIL1022Philosophy Meets the World10 creditsSemester 2 (Jan to Jun)
SPPO1010Practical Language Skills in Spanish 120 creditsSemesters 1 & 2 (Sep to Jun)
THEO1177Religion, Politics and Society in the Modern World20 creditsSemester 2 (Jan to Jun)

Disruption and Social Transformation

ARTF1049Art History as Practice20 creditsSemester 1 (Sep to Jan)
ENGL1221Modern Fictions in English: Conflict, Liminality, Translation20 creditsSemester 1 (Sep to Jan)
HPSC1050Darwin, Germs and the Bomb10 creditsSemester 1 (Sep to Jan)
MUS1131Talking About Pop Music: Discourse and Debates in Popular Music20 creditsSemester 1 (Sep to Jan), Semester 2 (Jan to Jun)
PECI1240Introduction to Musical Theatre20 creditsSemester 2 (Jan to Jun)
PIED1601Freedom, Power and Resistance: An Introduction to Political Ideas20 creditsSemester 1 (Sep to Jan)
SLSP1181Crime and Society20 creditsSemester 2 (Jan to Jun)

Visions of the Past, Present and Future

ARTF1027Cultural History20 creditsSemester 1 (Sep to Jan)
ENGL1855Race, Writing and Decolonization20 creditsSemester 2 (Jan to Jun)
HIST1060Faith, Knowledge and Power, 1500-175020 creditsSemester 1 (Sep to Jan)
MODL1050Introduction to Audio-Visual Culture20 creditsSemesters 1 & 2 (Sep to Jun)
PHIL1015Thinking About Race10 creditsSemester 1 (Sep to Jan)
PHIL1121Introduction to the History of Western Philosophy20 creditsSemester 1 (Sep to Jan)
PSYC1618Psychology in the Media10 creditsSemester 1 (Sep to Jan)
SLSP1191Identities and Inequalities20 creditsSemester 1 (Sep to Jan)


Year2 - View timetable

[Learning Outcomes, Transferable (Key) Skills, Assessment]

We are currently refreshing our courses to make sure students have the best possible experience. Full module details for years 2 and 3 are not yet available. Before you enter years 2 and 3 details of modules for those years will be provided.

Compulsory modules:

Candidates will be required to study the following core compulsory module:

FOAH2001Student Research Partnerships20 creditsSemesters 1 & 2 (Sep to Jun)

Optional modules:

MAJOR MODULES
Candidates will be required to study and pass 60 credits from ONE of the following lists of modules. Each list corresponds to one MAJOR subject.

Major Subject: Philosophy
Candidates majoring in Philosophy are required to study and pass 60 credits from the following list of Philosophy modules:

PHIL2525Past Thinkers: History of Modern Philosophy20 creditsSemester 1 (Sep to Jan)
PHIL2605Why Trust Science? Topics in Philosophy of Science20 creditsSemester 2 (Jan to Jun)
PHIL2615How Do You Know? Topics in Epistemology20 creditsSemester 1 (Sep to Jan)
PHIL2631God, Thought and the World: Topics in Philosophy of Religion20 creditsSemester 2 (Jan to Jun)
PHIL2906Do the Right Thing: Topics in Moral Philosophy20 creditsSemester 1 (Sep to Jan)
PHIL2915How to Live Together: Topics in Political Philosophy20 creditsSemester 2 (Jan to Jun)
PHIL2925Reality Check: Topics in Metaphysics20 creditsSemester 2 (Jan to Jun)

Major Subject: English
Candidates majoring in English are required to study and pass the following modules:

ENGL2030Writing Environments: Literature, Nature, Culture20 creditsSemester 1 (Sep to Jan)
ENGL2045Body Language: Literature and Embodiment20 creditsSemester 2 (Jan to Jun)

Candidates majoring in English must study and pass a further 20-credit module from the following list:

ENGL2029Renaissance Literature20 creditsSemester 1 (Sep to Jan)
ENGL2055American Words, American Worlds20 creditsSemester 2 (Jan to Jun)
ENGL2065Postcolonial Literature20 creditsSemester 1 (Sep to Jan)
ENGL2080Contemporary Literature20 creditsSemester 2 (Jan to Jun)
ENGL2085Medieval and Tudor Literature20 creditsSemester 1 (Sep to Jan)
ENGL2090Modern Literature20 creditsSemester 1 (Sep to Jan)
ENGL2095Other Voices: Rethinking Nineteenth-Century Literature20 creditsSemester 2 (Jan to Jun)
ENGL2096The World Before Us: Literature 1660–183020 creditsSemester 2 (Jan to Jun)

Major Subject: Politics
Candidates majoring in Politics are required to study and pass ONE of the following modules:

PIED2601Revolution and Reaction: Political Problems in the 20th Century20 creditsSemester 1 (Sep to Jan)
PIED2602Justice, Community and Conflict20 creditsSemester 2 (Jan to Jun)

Candidates majoring in Politics must study and pass 40 credits from the following modules:

PIED2301Politics and Policy in the EU20 creditsSemester 2 (Jan to Jun)
PIED2463United States Politics20 creditsSemester 1 (Sep to Jan)
PIED2706The UK Parliament: Between Tradition and Reform20 creditsSemester 1 (Sep to Jan)

Major Subject: Sociology
Candidates majoring in Sociology must study and pass the following module:

SLSP2010Sociology and Social Policy Research Methods20 creditsNot running in 202425

Candidates majoring in Sociology must study and pass 40 credits from the following modules:

SLSP2020Crime, Law and Regulation20 creditsNot running in 202425
SLSP2051Gender and Society20 creditsNot running in 202425
SLSP2180The Sociology of Culture20 creditsNot running in 202425
SLSP2730Central Problems in Sociology20 creditsNot running in 202425
SLSP2932Sociology and the Climate Crisis20 creditsNot running in 202425

Major Subject: History
Candidates majoring in History must study and pass the following module:
- History in Practice - 20 credits

Candidates majoring in History must study and pass 40 credits from the following modules:
- Medieval Romans - 20 credits

HIST2065The Tudors: Princes, Politics, and Piety, 1485-160320 creditsSemester 2 (Jan to Jun)
HIST2170Patient Voices: Medicine and Healthcare in the Middle Ages20 creditsNot running in 202425
HIST2301The Rise and Fall of the Soviet Union, 1921-199320 creditsSemester 1 (Sep to Jan)
HIST2435The Popular Caribbean: A History20 creditsNot running in 202425
HIST2441Race, Gender and Cultural Protest in the US since 186520 creditsNot running in 202425

Major Subject: Cultural Studies
Candidates majoring in Cultural Studies are required to study and pass 60 credits from the following list of Cultural Studies modules:
- Earth and Environment in Nineteenth-Century British Art - 20 credits

ARTF2044Cinema and Culture20 creditsSemester 1 (Sep to Jan)
ARTF2047Image, Music, Text: Reading Roland Barthes20 creditsSemester 2 (Jan to Jun)
ARTF2049The State of Utopia20 creditsSemester 1 (Sep to Jan)
ARTF2051Seeing in Asia20 creditsSemester 1 (Sep to Jan)
ARTF2052Showing Asia20 creditsSemester 2 (Jan to Jun)
ARTF2064Live Issues and Contemporary Art Practice20 creditsSemester 1 (Sep to Jan)
ARTF2092The Museum20 creditsSemester 1 (Sep to Jan)
ARTF2111Bodies of Difference: Gender, Power and the Visual Arts20 creditsSemester 2 (Jan to Jun)

TOPIC MODULES
Candidates will be required to study 40 credits from the following Topic Modules. Candidates can choose modules from one or more of the themed baskets. They do not need to follow the same baskets from previous years., Students cannot choose a topic module from the discipline of their major subject.

Creativity and Change

* Opera North: Opera in Practice - 20 Credits

ARTF2092The Museum20 creditsSemester 1 (Sep to Jan)
ENGL2090Modern Literature20 creditsSemester 1 (Sep to Jan)
HIST2260Digital Methods for History, Art and Literature20 creditsSemester 1 (Sep to Jan)
MODL2250Digital Communications Across Cultures20 creditsNot running in 202425
PECI2707Arts Marketing20 creditsSemester 1 (Sep to Jan)
PECI2708Exploring Musical Theatre20 creditsNot running in 202425
PRHS2000Human Rights and Religion20 creditsSemester 2 (Jan to Jun)

Global Citizenship and Communication

ARTF2074African Art I: Context Representation Signification20 creditsSemester 2 (Jan to Jun)
ENGL2095Other Voices: Rethinking Nineteenth-Century Literature20 creditsSemester 2 (Jan to Jun)
FOAH2020Towards the Future: Skills in Context20 creditsSemesters 1 & 2 (Sep to Jun)
FREN2010French Language in Contexts20 creditsSemesters 1 & 2 (Sep to Jun)
GEOG2020Political and Development Geographies20 creditsSemesters 1 & 2 (Sep to Jun)
GERM2010German Language Skills in Context20 creditsSemesters 1 & 2 (Sep to Jun)
SPPO2010Practical Language Skills in Spanish 220 creditsSemesters 1 & 2 (Sep to Jun)
THEO2286God, Sex and Gender in Africa20 creditsSemester 1 (Sep to Jan)

Disruption and Social Transformation

* Cultures of Performance - 20 Credits

ARTF2094Art, Power and Portraiture20 creditsSemester 1 (Sep to Jan)
CLAS2450Screening Antiquity20 creditsSemesters 1 & 2 (Sep to Jun)
ENGL2065Postcolonial Literature20 creditsSemester 1 (Sep to Jan)
MODL2015Black Europe20 creditsSemesters 1 & 2 (Sep to Jun)
SLSP2932Sociology and the Climate Crisis20 creditsNot running in 202425
THEO2251Sociology of Religion20 creditsSemester 1 (Sep to Jan)
THEO2720Religion, Gender and Society20 creditsSemester 2 (Jan to Jun)

Visions of the Past, Present and Future
- Earth and Environment in Nineteenth-Century British Art - 20 credits

ENGL2055American Words, American Worlds20 creditsSemester 2 (Jan to Jun)
HPSC2400History of Psychiatry and Mental Illness20 creditsSemester 1 (Sep to Jan)
MODL2075Global Environmental Humanities20 creditsNot running in 202425
PECI2706Cultural Flashpoints in the Performing Arts20 creditsNot running in 202425
PHIL2631God, Thought and the World: Topics in Philosophy of Religion20 creditsSemester 2 (Jan to Jun)
PIED2601Revolution and Reaction: Political Problems in the 20th Century20 creditsSemester 1 (Sep to Jan)
SLSP2051Gender and Society20 creditsNot running in 202425


Year3 - View timetable

[Learning Outcomes, Transferable (Key) Skills, Assessment]

We are currently refreshing our courses to make sure students have the best possible experience. Full module details for year 3 are not yet available. Before you enter year 3 full details of modules for that year will be provided.

Compulsory modules:

Candidates will be required to study the following core compulsory modules

FOAH3000Independent Research Project in Liberal Arts40 creditsSemesters 1 & 2 (Sep to Jun)

Optional modules:

MAJOR MODULES
Candidates will be required to study and pass 60 credits from ONE of the following lists of modules. Each list corresponds to one MAJOR subject.
Major Subject: Philosophy
Candidates majoring in Philosophy are required to study and pass 60 credits from the following list of Philosophy modules:
- Bioethics - 20 credits
- Ancient Philosophy - 20 credits
- Philosophy of Language - 20 credits

PHIL3112Kant20 creditsSemester 2 (Jan to Jun)
PHIL3125Continental Philosophy20 creditsSemester 1 (Sep to Jan)
PHIL3310Philosophy of Sex and Relationships20 creditsSemester 2 (Jan to Jun)
PHIL3322Aesthetics and the Philosophy of Art20 creditsSemester 1 (Sep to Jan)
PHIL3700Feminist Philosophy20 creditsSemester 1 (Sep to Jan)
PHIL3723War, Terror and Justice20 creditsSemester 1 (Sep to Jan)
PRHS3170Religion, Belief and Ethics20 creditsNot running in 202425

Major Subject: English
Candidates majoring in English are required to study and pass 60 credits from the following list of English modules:
- Law and Literature - 20 credits
- Text is a Technology - 20 credits

ENGL3031Sex and Suffering in the Eighteenth-Century Novel20 creditsSemester 1 (Sep to Jan)
ENGL3033Writing and Gender in Seventeenth-Century England20 creditsSemester 1 (Sep to Jan)
ENGL3034Romantic Lyric Poetry20 creditsSemester 1 (Sep to Jan)
ENGL3062Charles Dickens Then & Now20 creditsSemester 2 (Jan to Jun)
ENGL3063Haunted Hinterlands: Wyrd Works and Folk Horror Fictions20 creditsSemester 1 (Sep to Jan)
ENGL3163Milton20 creditsSemester 2 (Jan to Jun)
ENGL32114Forming Victorian Fiction20 creditsNot running in 202425
ENGL3321Angry Young Men and Women: Literature of the Mid-Twentieth Century20 creditsSemester 1 (Sep to Jan)
ENGL3386Telling Lives: Reading and Writing Family Memoir20 creditsSemester 1 (Sep to Jan)
ENGL3407Shakespeare and Global Cinema20 creditsSemester 1 (Sep to Jan)
ENGL3680Postcolonial London20 creditsSemester 1 (Sep to Jan)

Major Subject: Politics
Candidates majoring in Politics are required to study and pass 60 credits from the following list of Politics modules:

PIED3325Europe in the World20 creditsSemester 2 (Jan to Jun)
PIED3608Philosophy of Human Rights20 credits 
PIED3611Radical Political Ideas20 creditsSemester 2 (Jan to Jun)
PIED3617Reimagining Politics: Gender, Race, and Popular Culture20 creditsSemester 2 (Jan to Jun)

Major Subject: Sociology
Candidates majoring in Sociology will be required to study and pass the following module:

SLSP3095Research Skills for your Dissertation20 creditsNot running in 202425

Candidates majoring in Sociology must study and pass 40 credits from the following Sociology modules:
- Crimes of the Powerful - 20 credits

SLSP3220Contemporary Children, Young People and Families20 creditsSemester 1 (Sep to Jan)
SLSP3500Gender, Technologies and the Body20 creditsSemester 2 (Jan to Jun)
SLSP3995Ethnicity and Popular Culture20 creditsSemester 1 (Sep to Jan)

Major Subject: History
Candidates majoring in History are required to study and pass one 40-credit Special Subject module from the following list:

HIST3025History of the Manuscript Book in the Digital Age40 creditsNot running in 202425
HIST3240The Harlem Renaissance: Black Culture and Politics 1919-194040 creditsNot running in 202425
HIST3260Tradition and Modernity in Colonial Africa: Uganda's Kingdoms 1862-196440 creditsSemesters 1 & 2 (Sep to Jun)
HIST3290Popular Belief in the Medieval West 1000-c.150040 creditsSemesters 1 & 2 (Sep to Jun)
HIST3392Eastern Subjects: British Attitudes to India, 1757-185740 creditsSemesters 1 & 2 (Sep to Jun)
HIST3440The Photographic Age: Photography, Society and Culture in Britain, 1839-194540 creditsNot running in 202425

Candidates majoring in History must study and pass one 20-credit module from the following list of History Optional Modules:

HIST3251Twentieth Century Southeast Asia: From Empire to Independence20 creditsNot running in 202425
HIST3453The Body in Australian History, 1788-200720 creditsSemester 2 (Jan to Jun)
HIST3530Mapping the Middle Ages: space and representation from the Pacific to the Atlantic20 creditsNot running in 202425
HIST3689Order and Disorder in Early Modern France: Understanding the French Wars of Religion20 creditsSemester 1 (Sep to Jan)
HIST3723Apartheid in South Africa: Origins, Impact and Legacy20 creditsSemester 2 (Jan to Jun)
HIST3724Caribbean Identity, Society and Decolonisation20 creditsSemester 2 (Jan to Jun)

Major Subject: Cultural Studies
Candidates majoring in Cultural Studies are required to study and pass 60 credits from the following list of modules:

ARTF3003Deconstruction Reading Politics20 creditsSemester 1 (Sep to Jan)
ARTF3034From Trauma to Cultural Memory: The Unfinished Business of Representation and the Holocaust20 creditsSemester 1 (Sep to Jan)
ARTF3042Cultural Diversity in Museum and Material Culture - Case Study20 creditsSemester 2 (Jan to Jun)
ARTF3054Anthropology, Art and Representation20 creditsSemester 2 (Jan to Jun)
ARTF3058Reading Sexual Difference20 creditsSemester 2 (Jan to Jun)
ARTF3059Critical approaches to photography20 creditsSemester 1 (Sep to Jan)
ARTF3077Humanity, Animality and Globality20 creditsSemester 1 (Sep to Jan)

TOPIC MODULES
Candidates will be required to study 20 credits from the following Topic Modules. Candidates can choose modules from one of the themed baskets. They do not need to follow the same baskets as previous years. Candidatescannot choose a topic module from the discipline of their major subject.

Creativity and Change

* Sound and Media - 20 Credits

ARTF3099Antique Dealers: The Market for 'Decorative Art' from Curiosities to Retro20 creditsSemester 2 (Jan to Jun)
MODL3600Material Cultures and Cultures of Consumption20 creditsNot running in 202425
PECI3708Contemporary Theatre Makers20 creditsSemester 2 (Jan to Jun)
PHIL3322Aesthetics and the Philosophy of Art20 creditsSemester 1 (Sep to Jan)
PRHS3300Religion and Mental Health20 creditsSemester 2 (Jan to Jun)
SLSP3995Ethnicity and Popular Culture20 creditsSemester 1 (Sep to Jan)

Global Citizenship and Communication

ENGL3153Refugee Narratives20 creditsSemester 2 (Jan to Jun)
GEOG3981Spaces of Migration and Encounter20 creditsSemesters 1 & 2 (Sep to Jun)
HPSC3200Science Communication: History & Theory20 creditsSemester 1 (Sep to Jan)
MODL3630Social Movements across Cultures20 creditsSemester 2 (Jan to Jun)
PECI3705Arts and Cultural Management20 creditsSemester 1 (Sep to Jan)
PIED3617Reimagining Politics: Gender, Race, and Popular Culture20 creditsSemester 2 (Jan to Jun)
THEO3190Religions and Global Development20 creditsSemester 1 (Sep to Jan)

Disruption and Social Transformation

* Bioethics - 20 credits
* Crimes of the Powerful - 20 credits
* Music and Politics - 20 Credits

GEOG3981Spaces of Migration and Encounter20 creditsSemesters 1 & 2 (Sep to Jun)
MEDV3411Medieval Women Mystics: Visionaries, Saints and Heretics20 creditsSemester 2 (Jan to Jun)
MODL3620Decolonial Approaches20 creditsSemester 1 (Sep to Jan)
PHIL3310Philosophy of Sex and Relationships20 creditsSemester 2 (Jan to Jun)

Visions of the Past, Present and Future

ARTF3034From Trauma to Cultural Memory: The Unfinished Business of Representation and the Holocaust20 creditsSemester 1 (Sep to Jan)
CLAS3220Classical Receptions in the Brotherton Archives and Special Collections20 creditsNot running in 202425
ENGL3407Shakespeare and Global Cinema20 creditsSemester 1 (Sep to Jan)
HIST3728The Breaking of Contemporary Britain: Challenges from the Post-War Period20 creditsSemester 1 (Sep to Jan)
PHIL3700Feminist Philosophy20 creditsSemester 1 (Sep to Jan)
PHIL3723War, Terror and Justice20 creditsSemester 1 (Sep to Jan)
PIED3611Radical Political Ideas20 creditsSemester 2 (Jan to Jun)
THEO3280Religion, Politics and the Future20 creditsSemester 2 (Jan to Jun)

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