Explore the social, cultural and economic history of the high and later Middle Ages.
An introduction to the social, cultural and economic history of the high and later Middle Ages, with a thematic emphasis on the history of mentalities. Topics include: social and economic structures and their change over time, power and authority, learning, religion, family, the Black Death and popular dissent.
You will join a class which is studying Medieval Mentalities, Western Europe c.1100-1500 (HISTORY219) as part of an undergraduate degree, but you will not attend tutorials, complete assignments or sit an exam – a no-stress learning opportunity.
Please be aware that the ULC programme is designed as an observer/auditor programme and participants are enrolled as non-credit students. Participants attending a ULC course will be provided with a course outline.
Please be aware that as a non-credit registrant participants are not eligible for:
- online access to material,
- purchase work/course books,
- attend tutorials/labs,
- complete assignments, or,
- sit tests/exams.
Limited to 10 CCE participants.