We trace the origins of much of late Western European culture through the institutions, art, religion, and thought of Greece, Rome, and Israel. The focus is on poetic and philosophical texts. The section coordinator of the Ancient World is Dr. Peter O'Brien.
9:35 - 11:25
11:35 - 12:25 or 12:35 - 1:25 or 1:35 - 2:25
Students in the science option attend six hours of lecture and three hours of tutorial; they do not attend the Thursday FYP classes.
For the detailed lecture schedule for Section I (Academic Year 2012-2013), which includes each day's lecturer, topic, and required reading, click here (PDF).
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Please consult the complete FYP booklist here. Please note that the 2013-14 booklist will be posted in mid-June.
Students enrolled in the science version of FYP (K1100 X/Y) should not purchase these texts.
The books listed above can be purchased at the King's Co-op Bookstore. Other required readings are in the FYP Handbook, available from the Foundation Year Programme Office at the beginning of the academic year.