Mainly early modern and modern history, with 1 or 2 modules on the late medieval period; areas of study include British, European, American, African, economic, international, imperial and gender history; modules may be studied in other disciplines and areas such as English, media and cultural studies, drama and film studies. We teach Medieval, Early Modern, Modern and Contemporary History. The areas of study include British, Irish, European, American, African, International, Imperial, Social, Political and Economic History. You are encouraged in the second and third years to construct your own package of modules, for example, you may concentrate on Medieval and Early Modern History or Early Modern History and Modern History etc. The choice is yours. All members of the History School are engaged in historical research which feeds directly into the teaching programme.
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