This course explores constructions of the enlightenment through race; gender; class; intellectual networks and material culture. Students analyse ideas, objects, texts and arts, and have access to diverse and rich collections.
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- An Honours degree (2.1 or above) or equivalent in any appropriate discipline (e.g. English literature; European literatures; history; music; philosophy; history of art; some social sciences).