Faculty of Arts and Humanities - University of East Anglia

Bachelor in Archaeology, Anthropology and Art History (Year in Australasia or North America) - Grado en Arqueología, Antropología e Historia del Arte

Faculty of Arts and Humanities - University of East Anglia
  • Imparte:
  • Modalidad:
    Presencial
  • Precio:
    Consultar rellenando el formulario
  • Comienzo:
    Septiembre 2017
  • Lugar:
    Norwich
    Reino Unido
  • Duración:
    4 Años
  • Idioma:
    El Curso se imparte en Inglés
  • Titulación:
    BA Archaeology, Anthropology and Art History (Year in Australasia or North America)

Presentación

This four-year version of our innovative degree in Archaeology, Anthropology and Art History includes a year abroad at a university in Australia, New Zealand, Canada or the United States. This dynamic degree course examines the ways in which archaeology, anthropology and art history complement each other, especially in relation to visual and material cultures from around the world. It allows you to engage with a wide range of material, from the prehistoric through to the present day, and also equips you to study diverse cultures and societies.

Throughout your degree you will be encouraged to explore a wide range of cultures and to consider art as a cross-cultural practice. This course will familiarise you with the varied yet related ways in which human creativity has been approached by art historians, archaeologists and anthropologists. The degree programme incorporates study of the visual and material cultures of all continents.

Requisitos

Qualification: BA (Hons)
A Level: AAB including at least one humanities subject
International Baccalaureate: 33 points including at least one Higher Level humanities subject at grade 5 or above
Scottish Highers: At least one Advanced Higher preferred
Scottish Advanced Highers: AAB including at least one humanities subject
Irish Leaving Certificate: AAAABB including at least one humanities subject
Access Course: Please contact the University for further information
BTEC: DDD (Arts and Humanities subject preferred)
European Baccalaureate: 80% including at least one humanities subject at 70%

Programa

 FORM AND FUNCTION
 INTRODUCTION TO ANTHROPOLOGY
 INTRODUCTION TO ARCHAEOLOGY
 LEARNING FROM OBJECTS
 MAKERS AND MAKING
Option A Study (20 credits)
Students will select 20 credits from the following modules:
 EARLY ISLAM: TRADITION, INVENTION AND DIFFUSION
 FORM AND FUNCTION
 INTRODUCTION TO ANTHROPOLOGY
 INTRODUCTION TO ARCHAEOLOGY
 INTRODUCTION TO ART HISTORY
 INTRODUCTION TO GALLERY AND MUSEUM STUDIES
 LEARNING FROM OBJECTS
 MAKERS AND MAKING
 RENAISSANCE ART AND CULTURAL EXCHANGES IN EUROPE
 RUSSIAN MODERNISM: ART, ARCHITECTURE, PHOTOGRAPHY, FILM
Compulsory Study (60 credits)
Students must study the following modules for 60 credits:
 CATEGORIES AND CONCEPTS
 CRITICAL THINKING
 MATERIAL WORLDS
Option A Study (20 credits)
Students will select 20 credits from the following modules:
 "THE ARTS IN BRITAIN FROM SUTTON HOO TO THE BOOK OF KELLS, c. 600-850"
 AMSTERDAM IN THE GOLDEN AGE
 ART AND ARCHITECTURE IN GEORGIAN NORWICH
 CATEGORIES AND CONCEPTS
 CONCEALING AND REVEALING: ANCESTORS, SPIRITS AND KINGS
 CONTEMPORARY GALLERY AND MUSEUM STUDIES
 CRITICAL THINKING
 ERASMUS SEMESTER ABROAD
 ERASMUS SEMESTER ABROAD
 ERASMUS YEAR ABROAD
 IMAGE, WORD AND MODERNITY IN BRITAIN, c.1800-1918
 INDIGENOUS ARTS AND INDIGENOUS PEOPLES
 INTRODUCTION TO JAPANESE ART AND ARCHAEOLOGY
 MATERIAL WORLDS
 NORTH AMERICA /AUSTRALASIA COMPULSORY YEAR ABROAD
 THE ARCHAEOLOGY OF ANCIENT CYPRUS
Option B Study (40 credits)
Students will select 40 credits from the following modules:
 "THE ARTS IN BRITAIN FROM SUTTON HOO TO THE BOOK OF KELLS, c. 600-850"
 AMSTERDAM IN THE GOLDEN AGE
 ANGLO-SAXON ENGLAND, C. 500-1066
 ART AND ARCHITECTURE IN GEORGIAN NORWICH
 CATEGORIES AND CONCEPTS
 CONCEALING AND REVEALING: ANCESTORS, SPIRITS AND KINGS
 CONTEMPORARY GALLERY AND MUSEUM STUDIES
 CRITICAL THINKING
 ERASMUS SEMESTER ABROAD
 ERASMUS SEMESTER ABROAD
 ERASMUS YEAR ABROAD
 IMAGE, WORD AND MODERNITY IN BRITAIN, c.1800-1918
 INDIGENOUS ARTS AND INDIGENOUS PEOPLES
 INTRODUCTION TO JAPANESE ART AND ARCHAEOLOGY
 MATERIAL WORLDS
 NORTH AMERICA /AUSTRALASIA COMPULSORY YEAR ABROAD
 RESEARCH METHODS FOR SOCIAL ANTHROPOLOGY
 SOCIAL ANTHROPOLOGY AND INTERNATIONAL DEVELOPMENT 2
 THE ARCHAEOLOGY OF ANCIENT CYPRUS
 THE ENGLISH LANDSCAPE 1066 TO 1600: BUILT AND SEMI-NATURAL ENVIRONMENTS
 THE ORIGINS OF THE ENGLISH LANDSCAPE 4000BC TO 1066AD
Compulsory Study (120 credits)
Students must study the following modules for 120 credits:
 NORTH AMERICA /AUSTRALASIA COMPULSORY YEAR ABROAD
Compulsory Study (30 credits)
Students must study the following modules for 30 credits:
 DISSERTATION
Option A Study (90 credits)
Students will select 90 credits from the following modules:
In order to take HIS-6023Y you will need to have previously taken HIS-5002A and HIS-5003B.
 AMERICAN ART AND AMERICAN LANDSCAPE, 1800-1920
 ARCHAEOLOGY AND THE MODERN WORLD
 ARTISTS´ FILM AND VIDEO
 DISSERTATION
 FIELDWORK IN LANDSCAPE HISTORY
 INVASION AND INVENTION: ART IN ENGLAND 1020-1135
 MODERN ART IN INDIA
 PETER PAUL RUBENS: MASTERY, MASCULINITY AND MANAGEMENT
 PUBLIC ART, PERFORMANCE AND MEMORY
 THE ART AND ARCHAEOLOGY OF DEATH IN THE AMERICAS
 TURNER: ART, THE ARTIST AND THE ART WORLD IN BRITAIN, 1800-1850

Salidas profesionales

Our graduates go on to high profile posts in prestigious institutions such as the British Museum, V&A, Tate, and Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York, as well as leading History of Art departments, publishers and the commercial art world.

Career development and employability is integrated into your studies. In a recent survey of our graduates, 93 per cent were in work or study six months after graduating.

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