The assessment for this 30 CATS undergraduate final-year Special Subject module is determined by whether or not the student will be basing a Dissertation on the module:
- For students who are not basing a Dissertation on this module: a two-hour exam (50%) and a 4,500 word essay (50%)
- For students who are basing a Dissertation on this module (dissertation module code HI3F8): a three-hour exam (100%)
For details of examination and assessment, please see www.warwick.ac.uk/fac/arts/history/undergraduate/assessment/.
Principal Learning Outcomes
- To evaluate and critique pre-existing paradigms of conquest, empire, and interfaith relations.
- To question their perception of the boundaries of Europe, the discreteness of different religions, and the chronologies of colonialism and global empire.
- To analyse and compare different types of sources, and enhance their ability to develop a historical argument.
- To engage with historiographical debates and think about the history and legacy of different historical concepts.
- To understand how cultural and intellectual history can be accessed through a diverse range of literary, visual, and material sources.
- To encourage independent research, historiographical engagement, and the development of critical analysis.
Student contact hours for this 30 CATS undergraduate final-year Special Subject module are comprised as follows:
|Seminars:||Eighteen two-hour seminars (thirty-six hours total)|
|Tutorials:||Four hours of feedback and long essay preparation|
|Revision:||Two two-hour revision seminars (four hours total)|