11 August 2017
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An Archaeological History of London, AD 50 - 1700
This module will provide students with a grounding in the historical geography and chronological development of the city in which they are now living.
Commerce and Catastrophe: London AD 50-1700 will introduce students to some of the sources used to compile that history, and some of the key surviving sites, buildings, monuments, museums and archaeological collections that can be used to illustrate that development.
The module will be delivered through a series of classroom presentations and discussions, and supplemented by a series of field trips and museum visits.
Gustav Milne is an honorary senior lecturer at the UCL Institute of Archaeology, and Project Director of the Thames Discovery Programme. Gustav worked as a professional rescue archaeologist for the Museum of London for nearly 20 years and has collaborated
This is a level one module (equivalent to first year undergraduate). No prior subject knowledge is required for this module, but students are expected to have a keen interest in the area.
Upon successful completion of this module, students will:
Have an understanding of the city’s development from AD 50 to 1700;
Have an understanding of the city’s historical geography;
Be familiar with key published sources for the study of London’s early history;
Have an understanding of key differences between archaeological and historical sources;
Have a familiarity with key museums, collections, sites and monuments that support such studies.
7.5 ECTS / 4 US / 0.5 UCL
GBP 1850: Students joining us for six weeks (two modules) will receive a tuition discount of £400.
GBP 1000: Students may select a room in our designated Summer School residence for a fee of £1000 per three-week session. The residence is within 20 minutes walk of UCL and comprises of single occupancy bedrooms with private bathroom and shared, fully-equipped kitchen. Bedding, wifi, coin operated laundry and 24 hour security are provided.
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