Official Master’s in Historical Studies

Published by Webmaster on Monday, December 3, 2012

Official Master’s in Historical Studies


Please consult the selection of master’s degrees offered by the Department of Early Modern History for the 2013-2014 year, which will see the retirement of the official master’s in Historical Studies [see subjects offered and being withdrawn in the document] and the transition towards the interuniversity master’s degree “History and Identities in the Western Mediterranean (Fifteenth-Nineteenth Centuries)”, which will be valid in the 2014-2015 year.

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MODULE 5: Power and society in the Early Modern period. Studies and research.

Compulsory subjects:

  • Palace culture and popular culture
  • States and homelands, kingdoms and monarchies
  • Urban world, rural world
  • Power, conflicts and hierarchy
  • How history has been written
  • History’s legacy: Cities and towns of Catalonia
  • Sources for the modern centuries: Archives, libraries and museums
  • New frontiers of modernism. The latest lines of research.

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