B.A. Art History and Classical & Archaeological Studies (Hons)

University of Kent
En Canterbury (Inglaterra)

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  • Bachelor's degree
  • Canterbury (Inglaterra)
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Art History and Classical & Archaeological Studies (Hons) programme from the University of Kent offers a critically engaging and expansive approach to the discipline of art history combined with classical and archaeological studies. It has been designed to equip you with the key visual, critical and professional skills necessary for a career in the art world and for a range of other employment opportunities.

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01 septiembre 2016
Canterbury
CT2 7PE, Kent, Inglaterra
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Greek
Latin
C++
Art History
Art
University
Prose

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Course Content

The course structure below gives a flavour of the modules that will be available to you and provides details of the content of this programme. This listing is based on the current curriculum and may change year to year in response to new curriculum developments and innovation. Most programmes will require you to study a combination of compulsory and optional modules, you may also have the option to take ‘wild’ modules from other programmes offered by the University in order that you may customise your programme and explore other subject areas of interest to you or that may further enhance your employability.

Stage 1Possible modules may include:
  • Introduction to Archaeology
  • The Civilisations of Greece and Rome
  • Introduction to the History of Art
  • Introduction to Contemporary Art
  • Introduction to Contemporary Art
  • Perspectives on the History of Photography
  • Perspectives on the History of Photography
Stage 2Possible modules may include:
  • Beauty in Theory, Culture and Contemporary Art
  • Transatlantic Dialogues: British and Modern Art c.1900-1970
  • From Warhol to Whiteread: Postmodernity & Visual Art Practice
  • Classicism and Baroque
  • Photographic History & Aesthetics 1: Realism in Theory and Practice
  • Art & Film
  • Abstraction & Construction in the 20th Century
  • Reading the Image
  • Visual Arts Writing
  • Costume and Fashion
  • Greek for Beginners
  • The Crisis of the Roman Republic
  • Latin for Beginners
  • Roman and Medieval Artefacts
  • Graeco-Roman Egypt
  • Gods, Heroes and Mystery Cults: Religion in Ancient Greece
  • Barbarians in the West
  • Greek and Roman Medicine
  • Constantinople and the Late Antique City
  • Foundations of Britain
  • Fieldwork Practice
  • Torture and Sacrifice: the literature of early Christianity
  • Monsters in Roman Literature
  • Museum Studies (with internship)
  • The Rise and Fall of Athens
  • Greek Philosophy: Plato and Aristotle
  • Advanced Latin Plus
  • Advanced Ancient Greek Plus
  • Athenian Power Plays
  • Early Greek Prose in the Original
  • Early Greek Verse in the Original
  • Early Latin Prose in the Original
  • Early Latin Verse in the Original
Stage 3Possible modules may include:
  • Costume and Fashion
  • Independent Project
  • Arts Internship
  • Photographic History & Aesthetics 1: Realism in Theory and Practice
  • Visual Arts Writing
  • Reading the Image
  • Transatlantic Dialogues: British and American Art c. 1900-1970
  • Classicism and Baroque
  • From Warhol to Whiteread: Postmodernity & Visual Art Practice
  • Art and Film
  • Abstraction And Construction in 20th Century Art
  • Beauty in Theory Culture & Contemporary Art
  • Early Latin Verse in the Original
  • Early Latin Prose in the Original
  • Early Greek Verse in the Original
  • Early Greek Prose in the Original
  • Athenian Power Plays
  • Advanced Ancient Greek Plus
  • Advanced Latin Plus
  • Greek Philosophy: Plato and Aristotle
  • The Rise and Fall of Athens
  • Museum Studies (with internship)
  • Classical Studies and Ancient History in the Classroom
  • Torture and Sacrifice: the literature of early Christianity
  • Monsters in Roman Literature
  • Fieldwork Practice
  • Gods, Heroes and Mystery Cults: Religion in Ancient Greece
  • Graeco-Roman Egypt
  • Roman and Medieval Artefacts
  • Greek and Roman Medicine
  • Classical & Archaeological Studies Dissertation
  • Latin for Beginners
  • Archaeological Project
  • Constantinople and the late Antique City
  • The Crisis of the Roman Republic
  • The Foundations of Britain: Archaeology of the first Millenium B.C.
  • Barbarians in the West
  • Greek for Beginners