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Programme

Literature Seminar [10 EC]
Students commence their programme with a Literature Seminar, whether starting in September or February.

Research Seminar [10 EC]
Students follow one Research Seminar in the first semester of their programme. Students starting in September follow their Research Seminar in the Fall Semester, students starting in February in the Spring Semester.

Optional Courses [10 EC]
Students follow one or two optional courses. All MA courses offered at level 400 or higher can be followed as ‘Optional Course’. These may comprise MA-courses offered by Leiden University (including any Literature and Research seminars offered by the Department of History, subject to availability of space) and those offered by other universities.
Students can either follow one course of 10 EC or two of 5 EC. It is advisable to take these courses in the first semester of the programme, but it is possible to take them in the second semester, provided you start with the thesis in the first semester.

Thesis and exam [30 EC]
The Master’s Programme will be concluded by a 30 EC MA-thesis. This thesis will be based on original research and will be ca. 23.000 words in size. Students are guided in writing their thesis by thesis supervisors. Students are also expected to take a thesis seminar. This seminar consists of a number of meetings in which students are given the opportunity to present their work and to comment on the work of others. The seminar aims at providing students with some additional support in the writing process as well as achieving further uniformity where practical matters are concerned. Before graduation students sit for a final exam for which they defend their thesis and answer questions on additional literature.

Vak EC Semester 1 Semester 2

Literature seminar

Globalization and Empire 10
Literature Seminar Maritime History 10
Colonial and global history 10

Research seminar

Cross-cultural Connections, 1492-1776: Trade, Marriage and Business Networks 10
Economic Development and Social Change in Southeast Asia 10
In safe haven? Daily life of Dutch merchant seamen in World War II (Maritime History) 10
Natural disasters and colonialism: making sense of catastrophe in 19th century Indonesia 10
Seminar in African History 10
Arts and Culture in Area Studies: Culture and Conquest: the impact of the Mongols and their descendants 10
Earlymodern Cosmopolitanism in Dutch Eurasia 10
Political Economy of Southeast Asia 5.0/10.0
The Javanese diaspora 10

Optional course

Optional Courses MA History 10

MA Thesis

Thesis Seminar (European Expansion and Globalisation)
MA Thesis History 30

Maritime History

Programme

Literature Seminar [10 EC]
Students commence their programme with a Literature Seminar.

Research Seminar [10 EC]
Students follow one Research Seminar in the first semester of their programme.

Optional Courses [10 EC]
Students follow one or two optional courses. All MA courses offered at level 400 or higher can be followed as ‘Optional Course’. These may comprise MA-courses offered by Leiden University (including any Literature and Research seminars offered by the Department of History, subject to availability of space) and those offered by other universities.
Students can either follow one course of 10 EC or two of 5 EC. It is advisable to take these courses in the first semester of the programme, but it is possible to take them in the second semester, provided you start with the thesis in the first semester.

Thesis and exam [30 EC]
The Master’s Programme will be concluded by a 30 EC MA-thesis. This thesis will be based on original research and will be ca. 23.000 words in size. Students are guided in writing their thesis by thesis supervisors. Students are also expected to take a thesis seminar. This seminar consists of a number of meetings in which students are given the opportunity to present their work and to comment on the work of others. The seminar aims at providing students with some additional support in the writing process as well as achieving further uniformity where practical matters are concerned. Before graduation students sit for a final exam for which they defend their thesis and answer questions on additional literature.

Vak EC Semester 1 Semester 2

Literature seminar

Literature Seminar Maritime History 10

Research seminar

In safe haven? Daily life of Dutch merchant seamen in World War II (Maritime History) 10

Optional course

Optional Courses MA History 10

MA Thesis

Thesis Seminar (Maritime History)
MA Thesis History 30