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On this form you can express your preferences for modules in the 2013/14 academic year. Please bear in mind the following principles: if you do not, you are less likely to receive the modules you might desire.

Module descriptions: www.southampton.ac.uk/humanities/undergraduate/courses/our_courses.page

You should take exactly 120 credits

You should take 60 credits in each semester

If you study a combined honours course, you must have a minimum of 45 credits from each subject

You can choose 15 credits in each semester from beyond your subject; these are listed below

It is your responsibility to ensure that you have the pre-requisites to take a module; if you are not qualified to do a module then this is a waste of a module choice

SECTION1
Core or Compulsory Modules for Your Course
You are required to take these modules. These modules count as part of your subject.

Module
CRN
Title
Credits
Semester
Preference
HIST2008
11493
Group Project
30
2
1

SECTION TWO
Subject-Specific Choices
These modules count as part of your subject. You can rank these modules by expressing preferences. We suggest ranking choices from 1 (most desired) to 12 (least desired).

You must choose at least one pre-modern module across the year.

Module
CRN
Title
Credits
Semester
Preference
HIST2003
11488
Power, Patronage & Politics
30
1
5
HIST2006
11491
Looking Beyond the Holocaust
30
1
8
HIST2031
20419
Stalin and Stalinism
30
1
6
HIST2032
23150
The World at War 1931-1961
30
1
9
HIST2034
18558
Old Testament Texts, Origins…
30
1
11
HIST2039
18605
Imperialism and Nationalism in British India
30
1

HIST2051
23151
The British Atlantic World
30
1
1
HIST2060
25744
From the Czars to the Red Star
30
1

HIST2064

The Space Age
30
1
12
HIST2065
29641
Aristocracy to Democracy? Political Change in 19thC Britain
30
1

HIST2069
31227
Knights and Chivalry in Mid Ages
15
1
3
HIST2070
31229
Women in Medieval England
15
1
7
HIST2072
31242
Treason and Plot
15
1
10
HIST2074
31253
Visual Culture and Politics
15
1

HIST2075
31255
Creating an Imperial Image: Augustus
15
1
4
HIST2076
31257
The First British Empire
15
1
2
HIST2082
31270
Nelson Mandela: A South African Life
15
1

SOCI2010

State, Society and welfare in Britain since 1800
15
1

SOCI2021

As above (Part 2) – You must take SOCI 2010 and SOCI2021 together both in semester 1 15
1

SEMESTER 2

HIST2003
18530
Power, Patronage and Politics
30
2
4
HIST2004
20421
The Making of Englishness
30
2
1
HIST2042
26768
Mod Jewish Culture & Big City
30
2
7
HIST2045
20621
Cleopatra’s Egypt
30
2
8
HIST2049
26769
Sin and Society 1100-1500
30
2
2
HIST2062
28104
Medicine in History & Society
30
2
3
HIST2XXX

18th-20th Century America
30
2

HIST2055
23294
City of Rome
15
2

HIST2069
31231
Knights & Chivalry in Mid Ages
15
2
5
HIST2070
31230
Women in Medieval England
15
2
6
HIST2071
31237
Celebrity Media & Mass Culture
15
2
9
HIST2073
31247
Jews in Germany before the Holocaust
15
2
10
HIST2077
31260
Seeing the Wood for the Trees
15
2
12
HIST2080
31267
White Slave Trade in the C.19
15
2
11
HIST2083
31273
Documentary perspectives
15
2

SECTION THREE
Other Modules, outside your subject
These modules are currently running within the University and have been opened up for students to take as optional modules. Remember, only 15 credits from each semester can be from beyond your subject. You should include these in your ranking choices from above.

Module
Module Title
Credits
Semester
Preference
ARCH1001
Human Origins
15
S1
 
ARCH1028
Landscapes and Seascapes
15
S1
 
ARCH1030
Classical, Medieval and Historical Archaeology
15
S1
 
ARCH1057
Archaeological Thought
15
S1
 
ARCH1062
Wonderful things: World history in...
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