Lifelong Learning Humanities Modules
Below are a list of Lifelong Learning Humanities modules available for selection by first year undergraduate students who are pursuing a programme that allows for the selection of Free Standing Modules. (Please note that when you click on the module link, the full module description will open in a new window).
CE4782 - Celtic Folklore in Britain and Ireland
CE4783 - Art, Archaeology and Culture in Ancient Greece
CE4798 - The French Revolution - The Greatest of all Revolutions?
CE4937 - Introducing Moral Problems
CE4939 - Exploring Children's Literature
CE5013 - Ghoulish and Gruesome: Beliefs and the Body in early Modern Britain
CE5015 - Medieval France: One Nation, One Power?
CE5019 - Victorian Literature
CE5042 - The Nazi Rise to Power: Weimar Germany, 1914-33
CE5073 - Comedy and Our Culture
CE5074 - Reporting Sport: Sport, Journalism and Society
CE5076 - Inside the News: Past, Present and Future
CE5110 - The Celluloid Imagination: American culture, society and identity through film since 1945
CE5114 - Introducing the Blues
CE5113 - Night's Black Agents: Gothic Mythology and Literature
CE5116 - Fatal Attractions: A Guide to the Vices
CE5117 - Things that go bump in the night: Magic, Witchcraft and the Occult