THE UNIVERSITY of EDINBURGH
DEGREE REGULATIONS & PROGRAMMES OF STUDY 2009/2010
The Lordship of the Isles: a political history (P01850)
The course traces the development of the most powerful lordship in the Scottish west from the lifetime of John of Islay (c.1320-c.1390) to the forfeiture of the last lord of the Isles in 1493.
Home subject area
? Normal year taken : Postgraduate
? Contact Teaching Time : 2 hour(s) per week for 11 weeks
Summary of Intended Learning Outcomes
The principal objective of the course is to provide students with specialist knowledge and understanding of the development of the Lordship of the Isles. Students will emerge from the course having developed a sufficient degree of expertise in the subject to undertake a Masters dissertation.
An essay of 2000-3000 words on an approved topic, counting as 100% of the final course mark.
Contact and Further Information
The Course Secretary should be the first point of contact for all enquiries.
Mr Niko Ovenden
Dr Stephen Boardman
School Website : http://www.shc.ed.ac.uk/
College Website : http://www.hss.ed.ac.uk/