For this thematic concentration select one primary tutorial, one secondary tutorial, and one integrative seminar (normally from the discipline of your primary tutorial).  These courses are in addition to the British landscape course for which you choose case studies appropriate to your thematic concentration when in Oxford.

More information on each tutorial is available by downloading the tutorial descriptions for each subject.

 

Tutorials from English Language and Literature

  • English Literature, 1642–1740
  • English Literature, 1740–1832
  • Literature in English, 1100–1530

 

Tutorials from History

  • Culture and Society in France from Voltaire to Balzac
  • English Society in the Seventeenth Century
  • General History X (1715–1799)
  • General History XI (1789–1871)
  • General History XV (Britain’s North American Colonies from Settlement to Independence, 1600–1812)
  • General History XVI (From Colonies to Nation: the History of the United States, 1776–1877)
  • History of the British Isles IV: 1500–1700
  • History of the British Isles V: 1685–1830
  • Medicine, Empire, and Improvement, 1720–1820
  • Political Theory and Social Science c.1780–1920
  • Revolution and Empire in France, 1789–1815
  • Society and Government in France, 1610–1715
  • The Age of Jefferson, 1774–1826
  • The First Industrial Revolution, 1700–1870
  • The Metropolitan Crucible, London 1685–1815
  • The Science of Society, 1650–1800

 

Tutorials from History of Art

  • Northern European Portraiture, 1400–1800

 

Tutorials from Modern Languages

  • Early Modern German Culture , 1450–1730: Texts, Contexts and Issues
  • Early Modern Literary Texts
  • Early Prescribed Italian Authors
  • French Literature from 1715 to the Present
  • French Literature, 1530–800
  • Goethe
  • Modern German Literature, from 1730 to the Present: Texts, Contexts and Issues
  • Russian Literature, 1660–1830

 

Tutorials from musicology

  • Topics in Music History after 1700

 

Tutorials from Philosophy

  • History of Philosophy from Descartes to Kant

 

Seminar

  • English language and literature
  • History
  • Philosophy