Details Master in Digital methodology
Description The master's degree considers the Middle Ages and the Early Modern Era to be key epochs in the history of Europe and its neighboring regions: in the supposedly 'dark' centuries between the decline of the ancient world and the dawn of modernity, rich cultural patterns, structures, ways of thinking and practices were developed, many of which still exist today Develop their effectiveness or, through their otherness, challenge them to reflect on the dynamics, changeability and contingency of our own, contemporary worlds. In addition to dealing with the history and culture of Christian-Latin Europe in late antiquity, the Middle Ages and the early modern period, the course also deals with phenomena of the Jewish, the Islamic and Byzantine cultures and lifeworlds of Europe during this period as well as non-European cultures in the Orient and North Africa as well as in the Far East. The intercultural comparison is an important heuristic method of the master's course.
FEES Until 2021, No fees
Erasmus No
Language German
Collaborations/Disciplines No
Joint Master No
Online/Offline/Hybrid Offline