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PPR391a: Religions in the Modern World
These Seminar options are mounted specifically to provide work at an advanced level for third year single and combined major students.
Special Subject classes run as seminars: the tutor convenes the group and suggests reading but does not lecture. Students are required to attend special subject seminars regularly. Each seminar group member takes their turn in making a presentation to the seminar, and it is the presentation that forms the basis for the seminar discussion. It also forms the basis for the submitted written coursework.
On successful completion of this module students will be able to:
100% coursework: 5,000 word mini-dissertation.
One seminar (2 hours) weekly.
Further details will be circulated via email later this term.
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