Religion in the Public Sphere A and B (10 credits and 10 credits)
These modules consolidate learning about politics, religion and philosophy gained in the first year and continues to bring their concerns, insights and methods into dialogue by focussing on issues and regions of concern in the contemporary world. A main aim of the module is to ensure that students leaving the Politics, Religion and Philosophy programme can offer analysis and advice in public arenas on religious, political and philosophical issues in an informed and robust manner and can explain the value and skills of their degree studies to prospective employers.
Analysing Political Worlds (20 credits)
This module uses classic and contemporary political science research on substantive political issues to introduce students to a range of key theories, concepts and debates within the discipline. The module thus allows students to consider a range of approaches to political analysis, to the nature and distribution of power, and to state-societal relations in contemporary systems.
Optional modules may include (ensure you have at least 20 credits from at least two of the participating departments):
Group A (Theology and Religion)
- Auschwitz in History and Memory (20)
- Dissertation Preparation (20)
- Life After Death: What Happens When We Die?
- Religion and the Arts
- Special Study - Autumn
Group B (Politics)
- British Politics (20)
- Comparative Politics(20)
- International Political Economy (20)
- International Security (20)
Group C (Philosophy)
- Experience and Reason: Early Modern Philosophy
- Feminist Philosophy
- Logic: Its Limits and Scope
- Sex, Ethics and Philosophy