This programme is offered either full and part time basis
The English landscape has been described as ‘the richest historical record we possess’ and this MA programme focuses both on the skills of ‘reading the landscape’ and also the practical and theoretical issues involved in the study of the historic countryside. The importance of landscape history is not something that is confined to the academic seminar room, however, as an understanding of the historic environment has relevance to the heritage industry, conservation agencies, local government and archaeological management.
Landscape History at UEA is deliberately eclectic in its approach: it is not constrained by period or geographical boundaries. The teaching material therefore ranges from early prehistory to the Cold War, from henges and hillforts to historic gardens and wartime pillboxes. An emphasis is also placed on long term trends over time and the way in which the landscape has had an enduring legacy in the structuring of attitudes and beliefs of local and regional communities.
Degree Subject: History or a related subject
Degree Classification: UK BA (Hons) 2.1 or equivalent
Special Entry Requirements: Applicants must submit a sample of written work (in English). This should be a typed essay on a historical subject, 2-3,000 words long, preferably a photocopy of an assessment marked by a tutor, complete with critical comments and a percentage or grade. The essay should address a specific question, and must demonstrate an ability to construct a historical argument, familiarity with the conventions of academic writing, and competence in English. This should be uploaded to your online application.
Compulsory Study (180 credits)
Students must study the following modules for 180 credits:
MA IN LANDSCAPE HISTORY DISSERTATION
PAST ENVIRONMENTS: THEORY AND PRACTICE IN LANDSCAPE HISTORY
SKILLS IN LANDSCAPE HISTORY: GEOGRAPHIC INFORMATION SYSTEMS
SOURCES FOR LANDSCAPE HISTORY
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