Modules for course LV11 | BA/HEC
BA History/Economics

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Year 1 Modules

Compulsory Modules

Semester 1

  • HCH-1050: The Past Unwrapped (20)
    1. Introduction: From Past to Present: Some ideas on how to make the best of your existing skills as you move to university-level study. Learn some of the basics of studying History and/or Archaeology at Bangor. 2. Library skills and making intelligent use of the web: Looking at what to expect in the university library, how to use reading lists, how much to read and what to do with all those electronic resources at your disposal. 3. From chaos to order: organisation and note-taking. How to plan and organise your work, and how to make wise decisions when taking notes from books, articles and lectures. 4. Avoiding plagiarism: Learn why cutting and pasting from the web is bad practice, and why academic misconduct is treated very seriously. Learn as well how to avoid this by referencing effectively i.e. using evidence, footnotes and compiling solid bibliographies. 5. Essays and making a good (grammatical) impression: Understand what the essay question actually wants you to do, how to structure your work, and how to develop an argument. Gain insight into some of the common errors in History and Archaeology essays, and see why good spelling and punctuation are crucial. 6. Historiography: How to make sense of all these academics saying different things and disagreeing with each other. What are the differences (and similarities) between ‘academic’ and ‘popular’ history? 7. Analysis and critical thinking: Or, how to move beyond just describing the past. Understand what your tutor means by telling you to be more critical. 8. Make your voice heard: competent communication: Understand why it’s important for you to communicate your ideas clearly, and how you can prepare effectively for presentations. 9. Documents and sources: Learn how historians use different types of documents and artefacts, and explore how you can analyse them yourself. 10. Far-reaching feedback: What is the purpose of feedback, and how are different types of assignments marked? Learn that you need to look beyond your mark to improve your work. 11. Exam technique: How to keep it together in exams, and how to deduce what exam questions actually want you to do.
    or
    HCC-1050: Dechrau o'r Dechrau (20)
    1. Rhagarweiniad: O'r Gorffennol i'r Presennol: Rhai syniadau ar sut i wneud y defnydd gorau o'ch sgiliau presennol wrth i chi symud ymlaen i astudio ar lefel prifysgol. Dysgu rhai o egwyddorion sylfaenol astudio Hanes ac/neu Archaeoleg ym Mangor. 2. Sgiliau llyfrgell a defnyddio'r we yn ddeallus: Edrych ar yr hyn y dylech ei ddisgwyl yn llyfrgell y brifysgol, sut i ddefnyddio rhestrau darllen, faint i'w ddarllen a beth i'w wneud gyda'r holl adnoddau electroneg hynny sydd ar gael i chi. 3. O anrhefn i drefn: rhoi trefn ar bethau a chymryd nodiadau. Sut i gynllunio a threfnu eich gwaith, a sut i wneud penderfyniadau doeth wrth gymryd nodiadau o lyfrau, erthyglau a darlithoedd. 4. Osgoi llên-ladrad: Dysgu sut mae torri a phastio deunydd o'r we yn ffordd wael iawn o weithio a pham mae camymddwyn academaidd yn cael ei drin fel mater difrifol iawn. Dysgu'n ogystal sut i osgoi hyn drwy gyfeirnodi effeithiol, h.y. defnyddio tystiolaeth, troednodiadau a llunio llyfryddiaethau cadarn. 5. Traethodau a gwneud argraff (ramadegol) dda: Deall beth yn union mae cwestiwn y traethawd eisiau i chi ei wneud, sut i drefnu eich gwaith a sut i ddatblygu dadl. Cael golwg ar rai camgymeriadau cyffredin mewn traethodau Hanes ac Archaeoleg a gweld pam fod sillafu da ac atalnodi yn allweddol. 6. Hanesyddiaeth: Sut i wneud synnwyr o'r holl academyddion hyn yn dweud pethau gwahanol ac anghytuno â'i gilydd. Beth yw'r gwahaniaethau (a'r tebygrwydd) rhwng hanes 'academaidd' a 'phoblogaidd'? 7. Dadansoddi a meddwl yn feirniadol: Neu, sut i fynd ymhellach na dim ond disgrifio'r gorffennol. Deall beth mae eich tiwtor yn ei olygu pan fydd yn dweud wrthych am fod yn fwy beirniadol. 8. Cyfle i ddweud eich dweud: cyfathrebu medrus: Deall pam mae'n bwysig i chi gyfathrebu eich syniadau'n glir, a sut y gellwch baratoi'n effeithiol at gyflwyniadau. 9. Dogfennau a ffynonellau: Dysgu sut mae haneswyr yn defnyddio gwahanol fathau o ddogfennau ac arteffactau ac edrych sut y gellwch eu dadansoddi eich hun. 10. Adborth (sylwadau) pellgyrhaeddol: Beth yw diben adborth (sylwadau ar eich gwaith), a sut y caiff mathau gwahanol o aseiniadau eu marcio? Dysgu bod angen i chi edrych y tu hwnt i'ch marc i wella eich gwaith. 11. Sut i weithredu mewn arholiadau: Sut i beidio â chynhyrfu a gwneud yn dda mewn arholiadau, a gweld beth yn union mae cwestiynau arholiad yn gofyn i chi ei wneud.
  • ASB-1114: Business Analytics (20) or
    ADB-1114: Dulliau Analytig i Fusnes (10)
  • ASB-1202: Financial Mrkts & Institutions (10)
    Motivation for the existence of financial markets and financial intermediaries; Main types of financial instruments, financial markets and financial intermediaries; Unique characteristics of banks and recent developments in the banking sector; Different concepts relating to market efficiency; Financial crises and contagion risk for the real economy; Regulation in the financial sector: motivation and recent developments; Theory of central banking: monetary policy, supervision and lender of last resort.
    or
    ADB-1202: Marchnadoedd Sefyd Ariannol (10)
    Elfennau sy'n arwain at fodolaeth marchnadoedd ariannol a chyfryngwyr ariannol; Prif fathau o offer ariannol, marchnadoedd ariannol a chyfryngwyr ariannol. Nodweddion unigryw banciau a datblygiadau diweddar yn y sector bancio; Gwahanol gysyniadau'n ymwneud ag effeithiolrwydd y farchnad; Argyfyngau ariannol a risg i hynny ymledu i'r economi wirioneddol; Rheolaethau yn y sector ariannol: ysgogiad a datblygiadau diweddar; Theori bancio ganolog: polisi ariannol, goruchwyliaeth a benthyciwr pan fetho popeth arall.
  • ASB-1300: CORE Economics (20) or
    ACB-1300: Economeg CORE (20)

Semester 2

Optional Modules

40 credits from:

  • HXH-1002: Birth of Modern Europe (20) (Semester 2)
    The Renaissance; state formation; multiple monarchies (Valois France, the Habsburg Dominions, centre and peripheries in Britain and Ireland); the Reformation in Britain and on the Continent.
    or
    HXC-1003: Genedigaeth yr Ewrop Fodern (20) (Semester 2)
  • HXH-1004: Intro Modern History1815-1914 (20) (Semester 1)
    This module provides an introduction to nineteenth-century history, in particular: - Key events and dates - The political geography of Europe - Industrial Revolutions - Workers - Workers’ Political Movements - Middle Classes - Liberalism and Conservatism - Elites - Revolutions - Nationalism and Nation States - The Disintegration of Multinational Empires - War and Diplomacy - Imperialism It also provides an introduction to basic study skills, in particular: - The Library - Planning, Literature Search, Bibliography - Essay Writing - References, Footnotes, Plagiarism
    or
    HXC-1004: Cyflwyniad Hanes Modern (20) (Semester 1)
    Bydd y modiwl hwn yn rhoi arweiniad i hanes y bedwaredd ganrif ar bymtheg, yn arbennig: - y chwyldro amaethyddol a’r chwyldro diwydiannol - yr elit a’r dosbarth canol - Rhyddfrydiaeth a Cheidwadaeth - gweithwyr a'r werin - mudiadau gwleidyddol gweithwyr - chwyldroadau - cenedlaetholdeb a hunaniaeth genedlaethol - rhyfel a diplomyddiaeth - Imperialaeth
  • HXW-1007: Wales: Princes to Tudors (20) (Semester 1)
    Wales in the age of Owain Gwynedd and Lord Rhys; Gerald of Wales; rise of Llywelyn ap Iorwerth in Gwynedd and over much of the rest of Wales; the reign of Dafydd ap Llywelyn and succession to Gwynedd; the hegemony and downfall of Llywelyn ap Gruffudd, prince of Wales; poetry and history writing in medieval Wales; Welsh political aspirations in l4th century; Owain Glyndŵr and his movement; Brutus, 1485 and political prophecy; Wales and the Reformation; Wales and the Renaissance; Wales and 16th-century politics – the Acts of Union.
    or
    HXC-1007: Cymru: Tywysogion i Duduriaid (20) (Semester 1)
    Oes Owain Gwynedd a'r Arglwydd Rhys; Gerallt Gymro; Llywelyn ap Iorwerth (m. 1240) a'i feibion; Penarglwyddiaeth a chwymp Llywelyn ap Gruffudd, Tywysog Cymru (m. 1282); barddoniaeth a hanes yn yr Oesoedd Canol; dyheadau gwleidyddol Cymreig yn y bedwaredd ganrif ar ddeg; mudiad Glyndwr; Brutus, 1485 a'r traddodiad proffwydol; Cymru a'r Diwygiad Protestannaidd; Cymru a'r Dadeni; Cymru a gwleidyddiaeth yr unfed ganrif ar bymtheg - y Deddfau Uno.
  • HXW-1010: Wales since 1789 (20) (Semester 2) or
    HXC-1006: Cymru yn y Byd Modern (20) (Semester 2)
    Wythnos 1: Darlith: Deall Cymru fodern ac amcanion y modiwl Dim seminar Wythnos 2: Darlith: Meithrin Cymru fodern (i): Diwydiant ac economi Seminar: Siartiaeth a Beca Wythnos 3: Darlith: Meithrin Cymru fodern (ii): Trosedd, cosb a moesoldeb Seminar: Y Gymru fywgraffiadol: David Lloyd George fel astudiaeth achos Wythnos 4: Darlith: Themâu (i): Mewnfudo ac allfudo Seminar: Mewnfudo Wythnos 5: Darlith: Themâu (ii): Iaith, addysg a chrefydd yn y 19eg ganrif Seminar: Cenedlaetholdeb, Tynged yr Iaith Wythnos 6: Darlith: Themâu (iii): Effaith y ddau ryfel byd Seminar: Y Gymru Lafurol Gweithdy: Eidalwyr yng Nghymru Wythnos 7: WYTHNOS DDARLLEN Wythnos 8: Darlith: Themâu (iv): Merched a llunio Cymru fodern Seminar: Cerddoriaeth boblogaidd Wythnos 9: Darlith: Themâu (v): Diwylliant poblogaidd a newid cymdeithasol Seminar: Merched mewn llenyddiaeth Gymreig Wythnos 10: Darlith: Themâu (vi): Chwaraeon a hunaniaeth Seminar: Hunaniaeth Wythnos 11: Darlith: Materion (i): Y frwydr am hunan-reolaeth Seminar: Y Cwestiwn Cenedlaethol Wythnos 12: Darlith: Materion (ii): Creu Cymru newydd? Seminar: Sesiwn adolygu
  • HXH-1011: Europe in the High Middle Ages (20) (Semester 1) or
    HXC-1011: Ewrop yn y Canol Oesoedd Uchel (20) (Semester 1)
  • HXH-1012: Modern Politics in Action (20) (Semester 2) or
    HXC-1012: GweithreduGwleidyddiaethFodern (20) (Semester 2)
  • Students are encouraged to select modules that cover more than one of the generally recognised periods of History: Medieval (c500-1500), Early Modern (1500-1750), and Modern (post 1750).

Year 2 Modules

Compulsory Modules

Semester 1

  • ASB-2110: Statistical Methods (10)
    Constrained optimisation; Hypothesis tests; Type I and Type II errors; Level of significance; Correlation and causality; Linear Regression model; Ordinary Least Squares estimation; Testing the significance of a regression.
    or
    ADB-2110: Dulliau Ystadegol (10)
  • ASB-2307: Microeconomics (20)
    • Demand and supply microfoundations • Rational choice • Individual and market demand • Uncertainty and consumer behaviour • The cost of production and profit max • Market structure • Strategic interdependence • Game theory • General equilibrium • Markets with asymmetric info • Externalities • Government regulation • Productivity and comparative advantage • International trade theory.

Semester 2

  • ASB-2108: Probability and Optimisation (10)
    • Partial differentiation, and optimisation of functions of two variables; • Integration; • Probability distributions and random variables; • Measures of central tendency and dispersion, mean and variance; • Discrete random variables, the Binomial and Poisson distributions; • Continuous random variables, the Normal distribution, and statistical tables; • Populations and samples, estimators and estimates; • Confidence intervals.
    or
    ADB-2108: Tebygolrwydd ac Optimeiddiaeth (10)
  • ASB-2308: Macroeconomics (20)
    • The role of macroeconomics, macroeconomic variables and statistics; • Introduction to schools of thought; • The classical model; • The Keynesian model; • Aggregate demand and supply analysis; • The Phillips curve; • The role of expectations; • Open economy macroeconomics; • Macroeconomic policy debates: monetary policy, fiscal policy, exchange rate policy, government debt management; • Theories of consumption; • Theories of growth.

Optional Modules

60 credits from:

  • HGW-2008: The Heroic Age (20) (Semester 1)
  • HCH-2050: Debating History (20) (Semester 1)
    The first part of the course is concerned with the use of the past made by historians and commentators such as politicians, the way traditions are invented (and destroyed), and introduces the different historiographical schools. The second part covers some historiographical (ie. concerned with the art of writing history) issues with emphasis on the various ideas about the study and writing of history which have developed over the last two centuries and which students need to understand in order to engage confidently with the different approaches which professional historians take to their work. This is taught through a case-study approach where students can apply the different approaches studied in the first part of the course to specific controversial historical subjects. The course will cover the following topics: Whig and Tory history, Ranke, the professionalisation of the study of history, nations, empire, structuralism, post-structuralism, revisionism, counter-factual history, case studies may change from year to year but will include topics such as The Peasants’ Revolt, The English civil war, the outbreak of world war one; suffrage, consumerism, the Welsh in history, the Reformation. American Civil war, Cold War; Oral history; National identity.
    or
    HCG-2011: Dehongli'r Gorffennol (20) (Semester 1)
    Er y byddir yn rhoi peth sylw i rai o haneswyr mawr y bedwaredd ganrif ar bymtheg – fel Ranke, Macaulay a Marx – bydd pwyslais y cwrs ar hanesyddiaeth yr ugeinfed ganrif. Canolbwyntir gan hynny ar feddylwyr a thueddiadau allweddol ym maes hanesyddiaeth yn ystod y ganrif ddiwethaf gan astudio enghreifftiau penodol o gynnyrch y meddylwyr a’r ysgolion dan sylw. Ymysg y pynciau a astudir bydd Ysgol yr Annales, Hanesyddiaeth Farcsaidd, Hanes Merched, Hanes Llafar, a her syniadaeth ôl-strwythurol ac ôl-fodern. Neulltuir yn ogystal ddwy ddarlith i drafod agweddau ar Hanesyddiaeth Cymru yn y cyfnod diweddar.
  • HWH-2070: History Workplace Module S1 (20) (Semester 1)
    The student normally spends one day a week during the appropriate semester, and in total about 70 hours, working in an archives office, an archaeological unit or a museum service undertaking specific tasks of a practical as well as an academic nature as given them by the officer(s) in charge. These typically include drawing up inventories, collating field evidence, drawing up catalogues of discrete manuscript or artefact collections, as well as at times dealing with public enquiries. Currently the Department has agreements with most of the archive record offices in north Wales, but especially at Caernarfon and Llangefni, with the Gwynedd Archaeological Trust, with Oriel Bangor and Oriel Môn at Llangefni and the regimental Museum at Caernarfon. Approved excavation training courses may qualify if of sufficient duration and rigour and conform to the Course Guidelines. Students should also be aware that there are health and safety implications to all placements.
    or
    HWG-2070: Modiwl Gweithle Hanes S1 (20) (Semester 1)
    Fel rheol, mae myfyrwyr yn treulio un diwrnod yr wythnos yn ystod y semester priodol, sef cyfanswm o 70 awr, yn gweithio mewn archifdy, uned archeolegol neu amgueddfa yn cyflawni tasgau penodol, rhai ymarferol yn ogystal â rhai academaidd, a neilltuir iddynt gan y swyddog(ion) â gofal. Mae’r tasgau hyn yn cynnwys llunio stocrestrau, casglu tystiolaeth maes, llunio catalogau o lawysgrifau arwahanol neu gasgliadau o arteffactau. Bydd angen iddynt ddelio ag ymholiadau'r cyhoedd hefyd ar adegau. Ar hyn o bryd, mae gan yr Adran gytundebau gyda'r rhan fwyaf o swyddfeydd cofnodion archifau gogledd Cymru (yn arbennig yng Nghaernarfon a Llangefni), gydag Ymddiriedolaeth Archeolegol Gwynedd, Oriel Bangor, Oriel Môn yn Llangefni a’r Amgueddfa Gatrodol yng Nghaernarfon. Gallai cyrsiau hyfforddiant sydd wedi eu cymeradwyo mewn cloddio hefyd fod yn gymwys os ydynt yn ddigon hir a thrylwyr ac yn cydymffurfio a Chanllawiau’r Cwrs. Dylai myfyrwyr fod yn ymwybodol hefyd fod goblygiadau iechyd a diogelwch ynghlwm wrth yr holl leoliadau.
  • HWH-2071: History Workplace Module S2 (20) (Semester 2) or
    HWG-2071: Modiwl Gweithle Hanes S2 (20) (Semester 2)
  • HTA-2102: Celtic and Anglo-Saxon Art (20) (Semester 2)
    1. Introduction: art in Britain and Ireland c. AD400–1100 2. Ways of Seeing 1: Time and Place 3. Ways of Seeing 2: Context. Materials and Technologv 4. Ways of Seeing 3: Form, Ornament and Symbolism 5. The Iron Age and Roman Origins of Insular Art 6. Pagan Anglo-Saxon Art 7. The Origins of Christian Art 8. Secular Metalwork c.650-825 9. Ecclesiastical Metalwork c.650-825 10. Insular Illuminated Manuscripts: Luxury Gospel Books 11. Insular Illuminated Manuscripts: Bibles. pocket Gospels and Psalters 12. Sculpture c.675-830 13. The Viking Impact 14. Viking Art and Viking Integration 15. Anglo-Saxon art and the Reform Movement 16. Irish Art in the tenth – twelfth centuries
  • HTA-2103: Early Medieval Ireland (20) (Semester 1)
    This course will discuss the major types of archaeological evidence for early medieval Ireland c. AD 400-1150. It will consider the major types of settlement- ringfort, crannog, unencllosed settlement, ecclestiastical sites, Viking towns- their origins, chronology, layout and functions using specific examples. It will then review the different types of evidence for the farming economy and consider their significance; the evidence of artefact production; trade and exchange and the development of the ealy medieval Irish economy from a society primarily concerned with patronage, gift giving, reciprocity and luxury trade to a limited urban economy using coin and silver.
  • HTH-2110: The Guardians of Heritage (20) (Semester 1)
    This course will examine the agencies which protect our heritage, for example English Heritage, the National Trust, and Cadw and, where applicable, parallel agencies abroad. It will examine the protection of sites and landscapes, historic buildings and objects: legislation and its effectiveness and look at key debates and case-studies. * The Guardians of Heritage: national and international * Protection and curation: law, theory and practice * will the taxpayer foot the bill? Who pays for Heritage? * Selling heritage? Marketing: public and private * Sites and landscaped: who protects what, and how effective is protection? * The protection of buildings: types and legislation; advantages and problems * Portable heritage - the role of museums * Antiquities legislation and the problem of illicit trade This course will examine the agencies which protect our heritage, for example English Heritage, the National Trust, and Cadw and, where applicable, parallel agencies abroad. It will examine the protection of sites and landscapes, historic buildings and objects: legislation and its effectiveness and look at key debates and case-studies.
  • HTA-2120: Rethinking Archaeology (20) (Semester 1)
    Lectures 1. The origins of archaeological theory 2. The ‘New Archaeology’ and post processualism 3. Marxist and structuralist approaches in archaeology 4. The post-processualist critique 5. Multi disciplinary approaches to the archaeological record 6. The archaeology of people and social relations 7. Towards an archaeology of gender 8. Approaches to the study and interpretation of material culture 9. Contemporary approaches to archaeological landscapes 10. Understanding the built environment 11. The archaeology of ritual and religion 12. Archaeology in theory and in practice Seminars 1. The identification of cultural groups from archaeological evidence 2. The loss of innocence and the development of the ‘New Archaeology’ 3. Symbolic and structural archaeology 4. Re-constructing an interpretive archaeology 5. Social evolution and cognitive archaeology 6. How were past societies organised? 7. Representing gender in the archaeological past 8. Art or artefact: key debates in material culture studies 9. Experiencing the past: a phenomenology of landscape 10. House form and culture 11. What is ritual and religion and can we identify them in the archaeological record? 12. Critical approaches to archaeological fieldwork
  • HGH-2123: Vikings to Magna Carta (20) (Semester 1)
    After introducing the historiographical and historical background and interpretative frameworks for the course, the lectures will deal chronologically and thematically with the historical and archaeological evidence for the key developments of the period. This will take account of the main historical, cultural, social and economic development of Britain. Topics covered include the reign of Cnut, the late Anglo-Saxon kingdom, Edward the Confessor, the origins and impact of the Norman Conquest, the Anglo-Norman kingdoms, Wales and Scotland, the ‘anarchy’ of Stephen’s reign, Henry II and the Angevin Empire, king Richard, king John and Magna Carta. The emphasis during the seminars will be on discussion of key primary sources. 1. Medieval British Historiography; 2. Britain and its Neighbours 950-1066; 3. The Norman Conquest; 4. The Norman kings: William Rufus, Henry I; 5. The Reign of King Stephen, Henry II; 6. Women, Culture and Society; 7. Knights, Chivalry & Lordship, 8. The Church and State; 9.Wales and Scotland in the Twelfth Century; 10. Angevin Government and Empire; 11. King Richard the Lionheart; 12. King John and Magna Carta. Students will study these topics using both primary and secondary sources, such as Orderic Vitalis, The Ecclesiastical History or the text of Magna Carta, as well as secondary sources.
  • HTA-2124: Graffiti: Marking Space & Time (20) (Semester 1)
  • HTA-2125: Time and Tide (20) (Semester 2)
  • HTC-2126: Hanes ar y Teledu (20) (Semester 2)
    1. Cyflwyniad: arolwg o'r maes ac amlinelliad o'r pynciau i'w trafod gan y modiwl; y tensiynau rhwng dyheadau'r hanesydd a gofynion y cynhyrchwyr teledu 2. `Llais yr awdur', a'r trafferthion sy'n deillio wrth adael i unigolyn adrodd yr hanes ei hunan; AJP Taylor a'r mentrau cynnar i gyflwyno hanes ar y teledu 3. “A History of Britain” gan Simon Schama: adrodd hanes y genedl; sut i gadw cydbwysedd rhwng anghenion amrywiol y comisiynwyr, y gynulleidfa a'r sylwebyddion, tra'n diogelu cywirdeb hanesyddol y rhaglen; ai dim ond “Hanes Lloegr” yw'r gyfres hon? 4. Adrodd hanes cenedl fechan - sut cafodd hanes Cymru ei bortreadu ar y teledu; “Tywysogion”; “Dilyn Ddoe”; “Your Century”; “Wales and the History of the World” 5. Gwaith Gwyn Alf Williams: cyflwyno hanes o safbwynt Marcsaidd 6. Cyfuno archif, tystiolaeth llygad-dystion a llais `awdurdodol' y sylwebydd: “The Great War”, a dylanwad parhaol y gyfres, fel y gwelir yn “The World at War” a “Lleisiau'r Rhyfel Mawr” 7. Defnyddio hanes lafar mewn rhaglenni teledu, a'r trafferthion; manteision a phroblemau defnyddio ffilm archif mewn rhaglenni nodwedd hanes 8. Cyflwyno hanes gwrthdaro a therfysg yn hanes y Gymru fodern (“The Dragon has Two Tongues”; “Wales! Wales?”; “Tonypandy Riots - A New History” a.y.y.b.); cyflwyno pynciau dadleuol lle nad oes cytundeb: y Brigadau Rhyngwladol yn Rhyfel Cartref Sbaen 9. Rhaglenni nodwedd bywgraffiadol, a'u trafferthion: sut i fod yn wrthrychol ac osgoi cynnig naill ai `buchedd sant' neu sarhad 10. Problemau'r dull ôl-fodern wrth gyflwyno cyfres hanes : “Y Ditectif Hanes” a “Cymru Hywel Williams”
  • HTC-2129: Morladron a Brenhinoedd y mor (20) (Semester 2)
    Crynodeb o Gynnwys y Cwrs: Dylai hwn fod yn baragraff cryno yn rhestru’r themâu y bydd y modiwl yn ymwneud â hwy. 1. Themau a hanes cynnar. Y craidd, yr ymyl a 'hanes Brydeinig'; cyrchau a gwladychiad y llychlynwyr yn Môr Iwerddon/Ynysoedd Heledd hyd at yr unarddegfed ganrif; brwydr Clontarf. 2. Sefydlu llinach Godred Crovan: gorwel hanesyddol y deyrnas? Crynodeb cronolegol o hanes y deyrnas yn galluogi trafodaethau mwy thematig i ddod. 3. Cyflwyno'r ffynhonellau: gweld popeth o'r tu fas? Cronicl Brenhinoedd Manaw, blwyddnodion, barddoniaeth. 4. Y deyrnas a Norwy: rhan o'r byd Llychlynaidd? Ymgyrchoedd Norwy a'u pwrpas. 5. Y cyd-destun Gwyddelig a'r cyd-destun Cymreig. 6. Yr 'Ymerodraeth Angefinaidd'. Esgobaeth y deyrnas a gwleidyddiaeth. 7. Somerled a'r Alban: brenhin neu wrthryfelwr, Llychlynwr neu Wyddel? 8. Diwylliant. Iaith, archeoleg, enwau lleoedd/personol, arysgrifiadau. Economi a hunaniaeth ddiwylliannol y deyrnas. 9. Dwy deyrnas? Rhyfeloedd cartref, disgynyddion Somerled, disgynyddion Godred a Norwy. 10. Rhyfel 1265 a diwedd annibyniaeth y deyrnas. Hanes hwyrach yr ynysoedd, a'u perthynas a Phrydain ac Iwerddon. Bydd y seminarau yn cynnig ystyriaeth o themau, a bydd cyfle i amlygu pwysigrwydd ystyriaeth fanwl o'r defnydd o ffynhonellau o natur gwahanol trwy drafodaeth. Bydd cyfle hefyd i ffocysu ar drafodaethau hanesyddiaethol ar ddigwyddiadau neu agweddau penodol o'r pwnc, a phontio'r disgyblaethau hanesyddol gwahanol sydd rhaid deall er mwyn cael darlun cyflawn o'r pwnc.
  • HTH-2129: Thatcher's Britain (20) (Semester 2)
    The dominant theme of the module is the examination of the 1979-83, 1983-87 and 1987-92 Conservative governments and their policies. Potential students should thus be aware that the main emphasis of the module is politics and political history. Topics covered on the module include the origins of ‘Thatcherism’; the implementation of ‘Thatcherite’ policies after 1979; the Falklands war; the decline of the Labour party 1979-83; the miners strike of 1984/85; race riots and social decay in inner-city Britain; popular music and popular culture; foreign policy and the special relationship; the modernisation of Labour after 1983; the Hillsborough disaster; wealth, affluence and individualism and the break-up of Britain.
    or
    HTC-2312: Prydain Thatcher (20) (Semester 2)
  • HGH-2133: The Tudors 1485-1603 (20) (Semester 2)
    1. Bosworth Field and the end of the Wars of the Roses; 2. Henry VII and the Tudor Dynasty; 3. The reign of Henry VII; 4. The accession of Henry VIII; 5. Henry VIII: ; 6. Henry VIII: The Early Years; Henry VIII: The King's `Great Matter' and Rome ; 7. The Later Years of Henry VIII; 8. Edward VI; 9. Edward VI and the Disputed Succession; 10. The Reign of Mary Tudor: Part I; 11. The Reign of Mary Tudor: Part II; 12. Elizabeth I: 1558-1580; 13. Elizabeth I: 1580-1603; 14. Elizabeth I: The Golden Age?; 15. Religion, Society, and Politics under the Tudors. Students taking this module will study these topics through a in-depth grasp of the modern historiography on the subject, complimented by the use of some primary sources (including select contemporary writings, records, contemporary paintings and woodcuts).
  • HTW-2133: Global Wales (20) (Semester 2)
  • HGH-2137: USA, 1945-2001 (20) (Semester 2)
    Lectures on the module will focus on the social and domestic history of the United States and will include: Affluent society – America in the 1950s; The Kennedy assassination and its aftermath; LBJ and ‘the great society’; Civil Rights and the problem of ‘black America’; Nixon and the Watergate scandal; Crime and social dislocation; Ronald Reagan and the rise of Conservative America; Bill Clinton and post-Cold war American society; 9/11 and its impact. Seminars on the module will focus on foreign policy developments and will include: the origins of the Cold War; the Korean war; the Cuban missile crisis; the ‘race to the moon’; the Vietnam war and its aftermath; the politics of détente; Reaganism and the spectre of communism; the end of the cold war; the road to 9/11.
  • HGH-2138: Europe 1945-1992 (20) (Semester 1)
  • HTH-2145: The Lion of Justice - Henry I (20) (Semester 2)
    1. Background; 2. The youngest brother, 1068¿1100; 3. King of the English, 1100¿1106; 4. The conquest of Normandy, 1106; 5. The governance of the Anglo-Norman regnum; 6. Henry and the Church; 7. Rebellion and disaster, 1118¿1124; 8. The monastic chroniclers: Orderic Vitalis and William of Malmesbury; 9. Henry's personality, family, and environment; 10. The end of the reign and its aftermath. Students taking the course will study these topics using both primary sources and the modern historiography.
  • HTC-2150: Cenedlaetholdeb yn Sbaen (20) (Semester 1)
    1. Sbaen: un gwlad neu nifer? 2. Rhyfel Cartref Sbaen a’r cenhedloedd bach 3. Cenedlaetholdeb Ffasgaidd 4. Ailymddangosiad cenedlaetholdeb lleiafrifol yn yr 1960au 5. Gwlad y Basg (1): iaith a diwylliant 6. Gwlad y Basg (2): terfysgaeth a hunan-lywodraeth 7. Catalwnia (1): 8. Catalwnia (2): 9. Galisia: y brawd tlawd? 10. Yr Undeb Ewropeaidd; Crash Ariannol 2008
  • HTH-2156: Museum - management, curation (20) (Semester 2)
    Practical skills: Curating collections, designing exhibitions and/or museum learning programmes, strategically managing (museum) resources Theoretical knowledge: Diachronic and synchronic knowledge of the evolution of the role of museums in society, of key resources in museum management, of methods, principles and practices of collections management and curation, exhibition design and museum learning programmes.
  • HTH-2159: History in Practice (20) (Semester 2)
  • HTH-2160: The Age of Reform 1770-1835 (20) (Semester 1) or
    HTC-2160: Age of Reform (Cymraeg) (20) (Semester 1)
  • HTH-2165: Magic and the Supernatural (20) (Semester 1)
  • Students chose 60 credits of modules: they do not have to take Dehongli'r Gorffennol/Debating History but it does remain an option. Students must take at least one general module (code beginning HGH/HGC/HGW) over levels 5 and 6 as a whole

Year 3 Modules

Compulsory Modules

Semester 1

  • ASB-3514: Industrial Organisation (10)
    1.Market structure. a. Static imperfect competition. b. Dynamic imperfect competition. 2. Sources of market power. a. Product differentiation. b. Advertising and marketing. c. Information and reputation. 3. Pricing strategy. a. Price discrimination. b. Intertemporal price discrimination. c. Bundling. 4. Competition and regulation. a. Mergers and acquisitions. b. Entry and exit.

Semester 2

  • ASB-3301: Macroeconomics (10)
    Economic growth, physical and human capital, technological progress; Labour market, skills and unemployment; Business cycles, consumption and investment; Fiscal policy, public finances; Monetary policy, money and inflation; International macro, currencies and exchange rates.

40 credits from:

  • HSW-3019: Native Wales & the Normans (40) (Semester 1 + 2)
  • HDH-3075: History Dissertation (40) (Semester 1 + 2)
    The report and dissertation will set the chosen research in its broader context e.g. historiography, theoretical framework, geographical and historical framework. It will set research questions and a structure will be worked out. It will describe and analyse the chosen topic using a range of relevant secondary and primary evidence. The project will be written up in an ordered and academic manner.
    or
    HDG-3075: Traethawd Hir Hanes (40) (Semester 1 + 2)
    Bydd yr adroddiad a'r traethawd hir yn gosod yr ymchwil Hanes Cymru a ddewiswyd yn ei chyd-destun ehangach e.e. hanesyddiaeth, fframwaith theoretig, fframwaith daearyddol a hanesyddol. Bydd yn gosod cwestiynau ymchwil a bydd strwythur yn cael ei lunio. Bydd yn disgrifio ac yn dadansoddi'r pwnc a ddewiswyd gan ddefnyddio ystod o dystiolaeth wreiddiol ac eilaidd berthnasol. Ysgrifennir adroddiad ar y project mewn dull trefnus ac academaidd.
  • HSH-3137: Ruled by an Orange (40) (Semester 1 + 2)
  • HSH-3138: British Country House from1750 (40) (Semester 1 + 2)
  • HSH-3142: Going to the Devil (40) (Semester 1 + 2)
  • HSH-3147: Politics&Culture in the 1960s (40) (Semester 1 + 2)
  • Students must take EITHER the Dissertation OR a Special Subject

Optional Modules

40 credits from:

  • CCB-3202: Ymdrin â'ch Pwnc yn Gymraeg (10) (Semester 1)
    Edrychir yn fanwl ar gyweiriau iaith ac egwyddorion Cymraeg Clir a cheir cyfle i arbrofi ag ysgrifennu darnau gwahanol yng nghyd-destun amrywiol feysydd academaidd ar gyfer gwahanol gynulleidfaeodd. Rhoir arweiniad ar sut i ymgyfarwyddo â thermau penodol gwahanol bynciau. Ceir cyfle i ymarfer sgiliau a fydd o ddefnydd i'r myfyrwyr wrth ddilyn eu cyrsiau trwy gyfrwng y Gymraeg e.e. ysgrifennu nodiadau cydlynnus, crynhoi, trawsieithu a chyfieithu deunydd a defnyddir yn eu meysydd cwricwlaidd. Rhan bwysig o'r modiwl yw'r gwaith paratoi tuag at y cyflwyniad llafar (40% o'r marc terfynol) lle ceir cyfle i gyflwyno elfen benodol ar eu maes academaidd o flaen cynulleidfa o ddarlithwyr a chyd-fyfyrwyr.
  • ASB-3206: Money and Banking (10) (Semester 2)
    Money and the financial system; Interest rates, financial instruments and financial markets; Financial institutions and bank management; Central banks, monetary policy and financial stability; Central bank balance sheet and the money supply process; Modern monetary economics.
  • ASB-3313: Financial Economics (10) (Semester 1)
  • ASB-3316: Applied Economics (20) (Semester 2)
    • Introduction to econometric software. • Sourcing data. • Organisation and manipulation of data. • Programming of software. • Applied skills in analysis of data including summarising and visualisation, and a variety of regression techniques. • Analysis of outputs. • Application to economic problems: o Analysing economic relationships o Testing economic theories
  • ASB-3317: Econometrics (20) (Semester 1)
    1. The linear regression model; 2. Ordinary least squares; 3. Maximum likelihood estimation; 4. Goodness of fit and the explanatory power of a regression model; 5. Endogeneity; 6. Instrumental variables; 7. Dynamic regression models: distributed lag and autoregressive models; 8. Non-stationarity and testing for unit roots; 9. Modelling long-run relationships: cointegration; 10. Regression analysis using panel data.
  • ASB-3320: Current Issues in Economics (20) (Semester 1 + 2)

20 credits from:

  • HGW-3008: The Heroic Age (20) (Semester 1)
  • HWH-3070: History Workplace Module S1 (20) (Semester 1)
    The student normally spends one day a week during the appropriate semester, and in total about 70 hours, working in an archives office, an archaeological unit or a museum service undertaking specific tasks of a practical as well as an academic nature as given them by the officer(s) in charge. These typically include drawing up inventories, collating field evidence, drawing up catalogues of discrete manuscript or artefact collections, as well as at times dealing with public enquiries. Currently the Department has agreements with most of the archive record offices in north Wales, but especially at Caernarfon and Llangefni, with the Gwynedd Archaeological Trust, with Oriel Bangor and Oriel Môn at Llangefni and the regimental Museum at Caernarfon. Approved excavation training courses may qualify if of sufficient duration and rigour and conform to the Course Guidelines. Students should also be aware that there are health and safety implications to all placements.
    or
    HWG-3070: Modiwl Gweithle Hanes S1 (20) (Semester 1)
    Fel rheol, mae myfyrwyr yn treulio un diwrnod yr wythnos yn ystod y semester priodol, sef cyfanswm o 70 awr, yn gweithio mewn archifdy, uned archeolegol neu amgueddfa yn cyflawni tasgau penodol, rhai ymarferol yn ogystal â rhai academaidd, a neilltuir iddynt gan y swyddog(ion) â gofal. Mae'r tasgau hyn yn cynnwys llunio stocrestrau, casglu tystiolaeth maes, llunio catalogau o lawysgrifau arwahanol neu gasgliadau o arteffactau. Bydd angen iddynt ddelio ag ymholiadau'r cyhoedd hefyd ar adegau. Ar hyn o bryd, mae gan yr Adran gytundebau gyda'r rhan fwyaf o swyddfeydd cofnodion archifau gogledd Cymru (yn arbennig yng Nghaernarfon a Llangefni), gydag Ymddiriedolaeth Archeolegol Gwynedd, Oriel Bangor, Oriel Môn yn Llangefni a'r Amgueddfa Gatrodol yng Nghaernarfon. Gallai cyrsiau hyfforddiant sydd wedi eu cymeradwyo mewn cloddio hefyd fod yn gymwys os ydynt yn ddigon hir a thrylwyr ac yn cydymffurfio a Chanllawiau'r Cwrs. Dylai myfyrwyr fod yn ymwybodol hefyd fod goblygiadau iechyd a diogelwch ynghlwm wrth yr holl leoliadau.
  • HTA-3102: Celtic and Anglo-Saxon Art (20) (Semester 2)
    1. Introduction: art in Britain and Ireland c. AD400–1100 2. Ways of Seeing 1: Time and Place 3. Ways of Seeing 2: Context. Materials and Technologv 4. Ways of Seeing 3: Form, Ornament and Symbolism 5. The Iron Age and Roman Origins of Insular Art 6. Pagan Anglo-Saxon Art 7. The Origins of Christian Art 8. Secular Metalwork c.650-825 9. Ecclesiastical Metalwork c.650-825 10. Insular Illuminated Manuscripts: Luxury Gospel Books 11. Insular Illuminated Manuscripts: Bibles. pocket Gospels and Psalters 12. Sculpture c.675-830 13. The Viking Impact 14. Viking Art and Viking Integration 15. Anglo-Saxon art and the Reform Movement 16. Irish Art in the tenth – twelfth centuries
  • HTA-3103: Early Medieval Ireland (20) (Semester 1)
    This course will discuss the major types of archaeological evidence for early medieval Ireland c. AD 400-1150. It will consider the major types of settlement- ringfort, crannog, unencllosed settlement, ecclestiastical sites, Viking towns- their origins, chronology, layout and functions using specific examples. It will then review the different types of evidence for the farming economy and consider their significance; the evidence of artefact production; trade and exchange and the development of the ealy medieval Irish economy from a society primarily concerned with patronage, gift giving, reciprocity and luxury trade to a limited urban economy using coin and silver.
  • HTH-3110: The Guardians of Heritage (20) (Semester 1)
    This course will examine the agencies which protect our heritage, for example English Heritage, the National Trust, and Cadw and, where applicable, parallel agencies abroad. It will examine the protection of sites and landscapes, historic buildings and objects: legislation and its effectiveness and look at key debates and case-studies. * The Guardians of Heritage: national and international * Protection and curation: law, theory and practice * will the taxpayer foot the bill? Who pays for Heritage? * Selling heritage? Marketing: public and private * Sites and landscaped: who protects what, and how effective is protection? * The protection of buildings: types and legislation; advantages and problems * Portable heritage - the role of museums * Antiquities legislation and the problem of illicit trade
  • HGH-3123: Vikings to Magna Carta (20) (Semester 1)
    After introducing the historiographical and historical background and interpretative frameworks for the course, the lectures will deal chronologically and thematically with the historical and archaeological evidence for the key developments of the period. This will take account of the main historical, cultural, social and economic development of Britain. Topics covered include the reign of Cnut, the late Anglo-Saxon kingdom, Edward the Confessor, the origins and impact of the Norman Conquest, the Anglo-Norman kingdoms, Wales and Scotland, the ‘anarchy’ of Stephen’s reign, Henry II and the Angevin Empire, king Richard, king John and Magna Carta. The emphasis during the seminars will be on discussion of key primary sources. 1. Medieval British Historiography; 2. Britain and its Neighbours 950-1066; 3. The Norman Conquest; 4. The Norman kings: William Rufus, Henry I; 5. The Reign of King Stephen, Henry II; 6. Women, Culture and Society; 7. Knights, Chivalry & Lordship, 8. The Church and State; 9.Wales and Scotland in the Twelfth Century; 10. Angevin Government and Empire; 11. King Richard the Lionheart; 12. King John and Magna Carta. Students will study these topics using both primary and secondary sources, such as Orderic Vitalis, The Ecclesiastical History or the text of Magna Carta, as well as secondary sources.
  • HTA-3124: Graffiti: Marking Space & Time (20) (Semester 1)
  • HTA-3125: Time and Tide (20) (Semester 2)
  • HTC-3126: Hanes ar y Teledu (20) (Semester 2)
    1. Cyflwyniad: arolwg o'r maes ac amlinelliad o'r pynciau i'w trafod gan y modiwl; y tensiynau rhwng dyheadau'r hanesydd a gofynion y cynhyrchwyr teledu 2. `Llais yr awdur', a'r trafferthion sy'n deillio wrth adael i unigolyn adrodd yr hanes ei hunan; AJP Taylor a'r mentrau cynnar i gyflwyno hanes ar y teledu 3. “A History of Britain” gan Simon Schama: adrodd hanes y genedl; sut i gadw cydbwysedd rhwng anghenion amrywiol y comisiynwyr, y gynulleidfa a'r sylwebyddion, tra'n diogelu cywirdeb hanesyddol y rhaglen; ai dim ond “Hanes Lloegr” yw'r gyfres hon? 4. Adrodd hanes cenedl fechan - sut cafodd hanes Cymru ei bortreadu ar y teledu; “Tywysogion”; “Dilyn Ddoe”; “Your Century”; “Wales and the History of the World” 5. Gwaith Gwyn Alf Williams: cyflwyno hanes o safbwynt Marcsaidd 6. Cyfuno archif, tystiolaeth llygad-dystion a llais `awdurdodol' y sylwebydd: “The Great War”, a dylanwad parhaol y gyfres, fel y gwelir yn “The World at War” a “Lleisiau'r Rhyfel Mawr” 7. Defnyddio hanes lafar mewn rhaglenni teledu, a'r trafferthion; manteision a phroblemau defnyddio ffilm archif mewn rhaglenni nodwedd hanes 8. Cyflwyno hanes gwrthdaro a therfysg yn hanes y Gymru fodern (“The Dragon has Two Tongues”; “Wales! Wales?”; “Tonypandy Riots - A New History” a.y.y.b.); cyflwyno pynciau dadleuol lle nad oes cytundeb: y Brigadau Rhyngwladol yn Rhyfel Cartref Sbaen 9. Rhaglenni nodwedd bywgraffiadol, a'u trafferthion: sut i fod yn wrthrychol ac osgoi cynnig naill ai `buchedd sant' neu sarhad 10. Problemau'r dull ôl-fodern wrth gyflwyno cyfres hanes : “Y Ditectif Hanes” a “Cymru Hywel Williams”
  • HTC-3129: Morladron a Brenhinoedd y Mor (20) (Semester 2)
    1. Themau a hanes cynnar. Y craidd, yr ymyl a 'hanes Brydeinig'; cyrchau a gwladychiad y llychlynwyr yn Môr Iwerddon/Ynysoedd Heledd hyd at yr unarddegfed ganrif; brwydr Clontarf. 2. Sefydlu llinach Godred Crovan: gorwel hanesyddol y deyrnas? Crynodeb cronolegol o hanes y deyrnas yn galluogi trafodaethau mwy thematig i ddod. 3. Cyflwyno'r ffynhonellau: gweld popeth o'r tu fas? Cronicl Brenhinoedd Manaw, blwyddnodion, barddoniaeth. 4. Y deyrnas a Norwy: rhan o'r byd Llychlynaidd? Ymgyrchoedd Norwy a'u pwrpas. 5. Y cyd-destun Gwyddelig a'r cyd-destun Cymreig. 6. Yr 'Ymerodraeth Angefinaidd'. Esgobaeth y deyrnas a gwleidyddiaeth. 7. Somerled a'r Alban: brenhin neu wrthryfelwr, Llychlynwr neu Wyddel? 8. Diwylliant. Iaith, archeoleg, enwau lleoedd/personol, arysgrifiadau. Economi a hunaniaeth ddiwylliannol y deyrnas. 9. Dwy deyrnas? Rhyfeloedd cartref, disgynyddion Somerled, disgynyddion Godred a Norwy. 10. Rhyfel 1265 a diwedd annibyniaeth y deyrnas. Hanes hwyrach yr ynysoedd, a'u perthynas a Phrydain ac Iwerddon. Bydd y seminarau yn cynnig ystyriaeth o themau, a bydd cyfle i amlygu pwysigrwydd ystyriaeth fanwl o'r defnydd o ffynhonellau o natur gwahanol trwy drafodaeth. Bydd cyfle hefyd i ffocysu ar drafodaethau hanesyddiaethol ar ddigwyddiadau neu agweddau penodol o'r pwnc, a phontio'r disgyblaethau hanesyddol gwahanol sydd rhaid deall er mwyn cael darlun cyflawn o'r pwnc.
  • HTH-3129: Thatcher's Britain (20) (Semester 2)
    The dominant theme of the module is the examination of the 1979-83, 1983-87 and 1987-92 Conservative governments and their policies. Potential students should thus be aware that the main emphasis of the module is politics and political history. Topics covered on the module include the origins of ‘Thatcherism’; the implementation of ‘Thatcherite’ policies after 1979; the Falklands war; the decline of the Labour party 1979-83; the miners strike of 1984/85; race riots and social decay in inner-city Britain; popular music and popular culture; foreign policy and the special relationship; the modernisation of Labour after 1983; the Hillsborough disaster; wealth, affluence and individualism and the break-up of Britain.
    or
    HTC-3312: Prydain Thatcher (20) (Semester 2)
  • HGH-3133: The Tudors 1485-1603 (20) (Semester 2)
    1. Bosworth Field and the end of the Wars of the Roses; 2. Henry VII and the Tudor Dynasty; 3. The reign of Henry VII; 4. The accession of Henry VIII; 5. Henry VIII: ; 6. Henry VIII: The Early Years; Henry VIII: The King's `Great Matter¿ and Rome ; 7. The Later Years of Henry VIII; 8. Edward VI; 9. Edward VI and the Disputed Succession; 10. The Reign of Mary Tudor: Part I; 11. The Reign of Mary Tudor: Part II; 12. Elizabeth I: 1558-1580; 13. Elizabeth I: 1580-1603; 14. Elizabeth I: The Golden Age?; 15. Religion, Society, and Politics under the Tudors. Students taking this module will study these topics through a in-depth grasp of the modern historiography on the subject, complimented by the use of some primary sources (including select contemporary writings, records, contemporary paintings and woodcuts).
  • HTW-3133: Global Wales (20) (Semester 2)
  • HGH-3137: USA, 1945-2001 (20) (Semester 2)
    Lectures on the module will focus on the social and domestic history of the United States and will include: Affluent society – America in the 1950s; The Kennedy assassination and its aftermath; LBJ and ‘the great society’; Civil Rights and the problem of ‘black America’; Nixon and the Watergate scandal; Crime and social dislocation; Ronald Reagan and the rise of Conservative America; Bill Clinton and post-Cold war American society; 9/11 and its impact. Seminars on the module will focus on foreign policy developments and will include: the origins of the Cold War; the Korean war; the Cuban missile crisis; the ‘race to the moon’; the Vietnam war and its aftermath; the politics of détente; Reaganism and the spectre of communism; the end of the cold war; the road to 9/11.
  • HGH-3138: Europe 1945-1992 (20) (Semester 1)
  • HTH-3145: The Lion of Justice - Henry I (20) (Semester 2)
    1. Background; 2. The youngest brother, 1068-1100; 3. King of the English, 1100-1106; 4. The conquest of Normandy, 1106; 5. The governance of the Anglo-Norman regnum; 6. Henry and the Church; 7. Rebellion and disaster, 1118-1124; 8. The monastic chroniclers: Orderic Vitalis and William of Malmesbury; 9. Henry¿s personality, family, and environment; 10. The end of the reign and its aftermath. Students taking the course will study these topics using both primary sources and the modern historiography.
  • HTC-3150: Cenedlaetholdeb yn Sbaen (20) (Semester 1)
    1. Sbaen: un gwlad neu nifer? 2. Rhyfel Cartref Sbaen a’r cenhedloedd bach 3. Cenedlaetholdeb Ffasgaidd 4. Ailymddangosiad cenedlaetholdeb lleiafrifol yn yr 1960au 5. Gwlad y Basg (1): iaith a diwylliant 6. Gwlad y Basg (2): terfysgaeth a hunan-lywodraeth 7. Catalwnia (1): 8. Catalwnia (2): 9. Galisia: y brawd tlawd? 10. Yr Undeb Ewropeaidd; Crash Ariannol 2008
  • HTH-3156: Museums - managment/curation (20) (Semester 2)
    Practical skills: Curating collections, designing exhibitions and/or museum learning programmes, strategically managing (museum) resources Theoretical knowledge: Diachronic and synchronic knowledge of the evolution of the role of museums in society, of key resources in museum management, of methods, principles and practices of collections management and curation, exhibition design and museum learning programmes.
  • HTH-3160: The Age of Reform 1770-1835 (20) (Semester 1) or
    HTC-3160: Age of Reform (Cymraeg) (20) (Semester 1)
  • HTH-3165: Magic and the Supernatural (20) (Semester 1)
  • Students must take a general module (those with a code beginning HGH/HGC/HGW) at level 6 if they did not take one at level 5