Interdisciplinary postgraduate modules are relevant to Masters students across the University. They will enable you to work with students from other departments and faculties and help you grasp complex ideas from a range of disciplinary perspectives.

Available to

All Masters/PGT students (with home department approval)

Term 1 (Autumn)

Old illustration of brain areas
The Medical Mind in Literature and Culture
IL901 CATS: 20, 30 or 36 Convenor: Dr Elizabeth Barry

Term 2 (Spring)

Children flying a kite on an alien world
Habitability in the Universe
IL907 CATS: 10 or 20 Convenor: Dr David Armstrong
Closed door in a wall made of books
Memory Studies
IL908 CATS: 10, 20 or 30 Convenor: Prof. Alison Ribeiro de Menezes
Man looking out over water
Thinking Water
IL905 CATS: 10, 15, 20 or 30 Convenor: Dr Elena Riva
Colourful abstract swirl
Ways of Knowing: Gender, Bodies, Power
IL902 CATS: 15, 20 or 30 Convenor: Dr Cath Lambert

Term 3 (Summer)

UN Flags
Humanitarian Law
IL915 CATS: 15 or 20 Convenor: Prof. Andrew Williams

To be confirmed

Postgraduate cross-disciplinary modules from CIM

The Centre for Interdisciplinary Methodologies (CIM) offers the postgraduate cross-disciplinary modules below to students from across the university. If you are interested in studying any of these, please contact Sarah Doughty (Sarah dot K dot Doughty at warwick dot ac dot uk), the CIM Centre Adminstrator.

Module Title Module Code Next Running Module Convenor(s)
Approaches to the Digital IM902 Autumn Term Dr Michael Dieter
Digital Objects, Digital Methods IM904 Spring Term Dr Noortje Marres
Spatial Methods and Practice in Urban Science IM913 Autumn Term Dr Rene Westerholt
Big Data Research: Hype or Revolution? IM914 Autumn Term Dr Emma Uprichard
Urban Data - Theory and Methodology IM919 Spring Term Nerea Calvillo
Digital Sociology IM920 Autumn Term Dr Noortje Marres
Visualisation IM921 Autumn Term Dr Greg McInerny
Playful Media: Ludification in the Digital Age IM922 Easter Vacation Dr Sybille Lammes
User Interface Cultures: Design, Method and Critique IM923 Spring Term Dr Michael Dieter & Dr Nathaniel Tkacz