The one-year course provides students with detailed knowledge of the visual arts, contemporary and historical, of the three geographical areas (Africa, Oceania and the Americas). It also highlights the methodological and theoretical issues involved in their analysis and display, both in their original contexts and in the contexts of museums and exhibitions.
Consideration of this material occurs at the interface of anthropology, art history, archaeology and museology. The MA course is therefore essentially cross-disciplinary to frame regional developments and important shared themes (e.g., traditions in art and architecture, making, ritual, social/power relations, colonialism, contemporary arts). Throughout the programme, there is a strong emphasis on comparison and examination of current theory, while highlighting the complexity of each area.
Degree Subject: Humanities or Social Sciences
Degree Classification: UK BA (Hons) 2.1 or equivalent
Compulsory Study (90 credits)
Students must study the following modules for 90 credits:
SRU MUSEOLOGY TIMED ESSAY
Option A Study (90 credits)
Students will select 90 credits from the following modules:
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