(LO1) Students will learn of the traditions and conventions that shaped and restricted access to the supernatural over more than a millennium of European history.
(LO2) Students will learn how ideas about the harnessing of supernatural power might be employed rhetorically to serve a number of purposes, including the promotion of imperial and later clerical authority, and, in turn, the marginalization of women, heretical groups, healers, Jews, and lepers.
(LO3) An ability to read, analyse and reflect critically and contextually upon secondary evidence, including historical writings and the interpretations of historians
(LO4) An understanding of the development of history as a discipline and an awareness of different historical methodologies.
(S1) Confidence, independence of mind, responsibility, organisation and time-management.
(S2) The ability to work collaboratively and to participate in group discussion
(S3) Gathering, analysing and organising information, including online and digital resources.
(S4) Structure, coherence, clarity and fluency of oral expression.
(S5) Structure, coherence, clarity and fluency of written expression