There have been many upheavals in Western thought, culture and society at the birth of the modern world, including the Reformation, the Enlightenment and Romanticism. Why and how did such upheavals occur, and what were their influences on subsequent thought and culture? Study the early modern period, from the 16th century to the early 19th century, from philosophical, scientific, moral, social, institutional and aesthetic points of view. Delve deep into the structures of today’s culture and look at their points of origin. You’ll gain insight into the nature of the Renaissance, the Protestant Reformation, the Scientific Revolution, the Enlightenment and Romanticism.
Contemporary Studies Early Modern Studies History of Science and Technology
Contemporary Studies Foundation Year Programme Early Modern Studies
Foundation Year Programme Contemporary Studies Early Modern Studies
Foundation Year Programme Early Modern Studies
Dr. Jannette Vusich, professor of Early Modern Studies, recounts her time teaching King's students on site in Italy. In May, twenty students participated in the Early Modern Studies Programme’s study abroad course in Florence, Italy. The course, which is taught entirely on site in daily visits to Florence’s churches, museums, palaces, and civic institutions, gives…Read More