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Intermediate Seminar Modules for History of Art Students in 2021/22

Autumn 2021  Spring  2022Summer 2022

Intermediate Seminar Module (choose from available options; 20 credits)

Typical Assessment: 2hr closed exam; Week 1 Spring Term

Intermediate Seminar Module (choose from available options20 credits)

Typical Assessment: 3,000 word assessed essay; Week 1 Summer Term

 

 

 

Museology and Curatorship  (compulsory; 20 credits)

Typical Assessment: Written task and Group Project; Week 6 Summer Term    

Intermediate Seminar Module (choose from available options; 20 credits)    

Typical Assessment: 2hr closed exam; Week 1 Spring Term

Intermediate Seminar Module (choose from available options; 20 credits)

Typical Assessment: 3,000 word assessed essay; Week 1 Summer Term

Dissertation Training Module (compulsory; 20 credits)
Typical Assessment: Portfolio; Week 7 Summer Term

As well as their compulsory modules, single subject History of Art students must choose:

  • two seminar modules to study in the Autumn Term, AND
  • two seminar modules to study in the Spring/Summer Terms.

IMPORTANT NOTES

History of Art modules cover three chronological period bands: A (medieval), B (early modern) and C (modern). Single Subject History of Art students are required to choose at least one module from each of the three period bands over the course of Stages 2 and 3 (or Stages 2 and 4 of four year programmes). You are free to decide how/when to meet this requirement, but we strongly recommend that you cover all period bands with your intermediate seminar options. This gives you the most flexibility in your final year of study.