In this section we examine the foundations of modernity in the break-up of the medieval world. The Renaissance re-ordering of the world is seen through works of art, political philosophy and literature, the expansion to the world beyond Europe and the emergence of a new view of nature. The re-ordering of Christianity is seen in the Reformation and Counter-Reformation. The section coordinator for the Renaissance and the Reformation is Dr. Ian Stewart.
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 III (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.
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.