I was wondering if anyone could help me out. I went to the open day at Goldsmiths to check out the Politics department and was wondering if people already doing the course could give me some more information about how you're finding the course currently.
It seems to tick all my boxes. The critical outlook on IR and the more 'off the wall' approach to it seems to really appeal to my creative side. Some of the topics covered such as looking at contemporary japanese pop culture, political rhetoric, gender issues, radical political economy, anarchism etc… sound amazing and I can't quite come across a university with a similar approach to it.
So, people studying it already, how are you finding it? Are the lecturers engaging and approachable? Is it interesting? What's the reading like.
(also, if anyone knows any other universities that offer Politics with a more creative approach please let me know)
When can you expect yours?