A good second class honours degree, or equivalent, in archaeology or a relevant discipline.
Months of entry
This programme is a unique, exciting, cross-period and geographically broad programme that will allow students to study, and gain advanced expertise in, the archaeological study of how past societies remembered and commemorated their histories and mythologies. The course combines the cross-disciplinary study of memory, death and material culture with cutting-edge archaeological theory and method.
Students have the opportunity to investigate death, burial, and commemoration of both prehistoric and historic societies from across the globe, as well as the archaeology of the human body and the 'past in the past'.
Modules available include:
- Mortuary Archaeology
- Archaeologies of the Body
- Archaeologies of Memory
- Investigating the Past
- Research Skills in Archaeology and Heritage
- Research Project (compulsory for MA students).
Qualification and course duration
Course contact details
- Postgraduate Admissions
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