(LO1) Analyse theoretical approaches to public history and the commemoration of slavery.
(LO2) Apply scholarly knowledge to the contextual evaluation of an existing interpretation of slavery in a museum, gallery or other venue.
(LO3) Advocate specific approaches to the interpretation of slavery in a particular context.
(LO4) Communicate ideas or conclusions to non-academic audiences
(LO5) Develop expertise in identifying and deploying appropriate evidence to support analysis and conclusions
(LO6) Develop oral presentation and adaptable communication skills
(S1) Communication, listening and questioning respecting others, contributing to discussions, communicating in a foreign language, influencing, presentations
(S2) Global perspectives demonstrate international perspectives as professionals/citizens; locate, discuss, analyse, evaluate information from international sources; consider issues from a variety of cultural perspectives, consider ethical and social responsibility issues in international settings; value diversity of language and culture
(S3) Literacy application of literacy, ability to produce clear, structured written work and oral literacy - including listening and questioning
(S4) Research management developing a research strategy, project planning and delivery, risk management, formulating questions, selecting literature, using primary/secondary/diverse sources, collecting & using data, applying research methods, applying ethics