Scottish Popular Culture 1500-1800 HIST4124

  • Academic Session: 2014-15
  • School: School of Humanities
  • Credits: 20
  • Level: Level 4 (SCQF level 10)
  • Typically Offered: Either Semester 1 or Semester 2
  • Available to Visiting Students: Yes

Short Description

This course will explore major changes in popular culture in early modern Scotland arising from the Protestant Reformation. We will investigate the changing nature of Scottish religious culture, beliefs about magic and witches, and Scottish national identity; and consider popular involvement in key events from the Reformation rebellion to the Jacobite risings

Timetable

Three hours per week. This is one of the honours options in History and may not run every year. The options that are running this session are available on MyCampus.

Requirements of Entry

Available to all students fulfilling requirements for Honours entry into History, and by arrangement to visiting students or students of other Honours programmes

Excluded Courses

None

Assessment

One essay (1500-2000 words in length) represents 20%; one oral seminar paper (800 words) equal to 6%; seminar contribution represents 4%; 1 x 120minutes duration exam in April/May diet represents 70%

Main Assessment In: April/May