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This module introduces you to French experiences of the 'annees noires' (the 'dark years') of the German Occupation of France and more especially to the ways in which these have been remembered, represented and interpreted in the art, film and literature of post-war France. It examines the reasons for this period's uneasy status as 'unfinished history' and explores some of the creative representations and reinterpretations of events that have been produced from the aftermath of war through to the present day. The module also involves the study of contemporary theories about cultural memory, from France and elsewhere. It considers how these theories have evolved and explores productive ways of drawing upon them to interpret the primary works studied.

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This module will introduce you to some of the most significant works within the broad area of global history, including key examples of more focussed studies. The module takes the form of a master-class and we will read key texts alongside reviews and academic discussions to illuminate fully the approach and contribution of the individual work within a broader context. Approaching global history through specific examples will provide you with a solid historiographical awareness, but also familiarize you with a collection of scholarly classics as examples of different academic approaches. The works we will be covering include:

Eric Hobsbawm, Age of Extremes (1995)
Alfred Crosby, Ecological Imperialism (1986)
Edward Said, Orientalism (1978)
Jared Diamond, Guns, Germs, and Steel (1997)
Philip A. Kuhn, Soulstealers (1992)
Dipesh Chakrabarty, Provincializing Europe (2000)
Erez Manela, The Wilsonian Moment (2006)
A.G. Hopkins, Global History (2006)
Mark Mazower, Governing the World (2013)

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As they experienced the political and social consequences of emancipation and acculturation, European Jews were forced to confront issues of difference, exclusion, and antisemitism that were often expressed in and even shaped by their writings. Approaching Jewish history from the perspective of literary analysis, this module is designed to trace the Jewish experience in modern Europe by surveying a range of
literature in English translation, focusing on authors from Eastern Europe, Germany, Austria-Hungary, Austria, Italy, France, and England.

History BA Hons (V100) | Lancaster University

The module aims to provide an in-depth description of all aspects related to the design of vehicles with respect to their crashworthiness. Here within are included technical aspects, social aspects and economical aspects, which are finally placed in the context of the total product development processes of current industries. Main parts are: history of crashworthiness, crash tests, structural aspects, material selection and modelling, numerical methods for crash, biomechanics, restraint systems and special aspects related to aerospace and automotive.

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This module is designed to give students a scientific overview of psychopathology based on empirical findings and to critically evaluate the range of approaches in this field. Topics covered include the history, classification and diagnosis of abnormal behaviour; aetiology and treatment protocols; current developments and advances in biological psychiatry (e.g., cognitive and affective neurosciences); cognitive and behavioural consequences of neurological disorders; anxiety disorders; mood disorders; personality disorders; schizophrenia and other psychotic disorders; somatoform and dissociative disorders; sexual and gender identity disorders; developmental psychopathology; practical and ethical concerns in mental health care; the role of mental health professionals particularly psychologists.

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Biomaterials play an essential role in Biomedical Engineering and Tissue Engineering. The understanding of key properties of biomaterials for these applications require a thorough understanding of materials chemistry, physical properties, processing and their interaction with biological systems. The module will be delivered through a series of lectures, as well as sessions focusing on problem solving and will feature one guest industrial lecture from a senior staff member from a leading company in the field of biomaterials.