This module is the largest single assessed element in the MA in History of Art and the most important measure therefore of each student s work at this level. They are expected to select an appropriate subject, in consultation with a supervisor, to independently explore primary and secondary sources, and to write a piece of written work employing appropriate methodologies, and within established scholarly conventions. These skills will be transferable to doctoral work.
Module learning outcomes
The work is expected to demonstrate:
commend of a suitable art historical subject
ability to conduct significant, sustained and
ability to organise and engage critically with both primary and secondary sources
critical thinking and intellectual independence
ability to present work with scholarly professionalism
% of module mark
Special assessment rules
Written mark and comments on summative assessment will be distributed to students following the Award Board, which normally takes place on the Wednesday of Week 3 of the Autumn Term.