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Medieval Conflicts and Contrasts: Digital Humanities in the Study of the Past

Class at Faculty of Arts |


This run is the fourth of six-semester long guest lecture series in medieval studies focused on medieval conceptual and social conflicts and contrasts.

The winter semester of 2017/2018 is focused on digital methodologies in the study of the past.

The course is aimed at all levels of students and anyone interested in, or working on, any aspect of medieval studies and digital humanities is most cordially welcome.

Five credits for the course, conducted in English, are worth regular attendance (three absences maximum) and a successful completion of a final test.

The test will take the form of a mini-essay of 600 words minimum you will be required to write in English on a topic of your own choice from a set of 10 “test topics” shortlisted from those assigned by each lecturer during the course.

The test will take 120 mins.

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