This course is ideal if you are interested in the history of the modern world and how the past influences the present. It explores the history of many countries and covers many different histories: of people, cultures and societies, and of states and governments. You can study history as a single or joint honours degree.
Year 1: Early modern Europe and Britain 1; east meets west 2; immigration and identity in Britain 3; the historian's craft 4; heroes and villains 5; rise in global capitalism 6; UK government and politics 7; western historical thought, 1700'2000. Year 2: Age of empire: imperialism and British society, 1868'1918; the German century; the transformation of Europe, 1815'1914; women, war and welfare: Britain 1900'1959; contemporary Balkan politics; crime and punishment; historical studies extended essay; modern Italy since 1815; slavery and race in the USA; the holocaust as history and controversy; the holocaust as history and controversy; comparative industrial societies; history of British journalism; introduction to Latin American countries; theories of justice. Year 3: Advanced research skills; dissertation; Britain's role in the world since 1900; British society since the 1960s; contemporary European protest movements; contemporary us foreign policy; history work link; special topic, gender and power: Britain and France 1500'1800; special topic: end of empire: the British and African experience, 1945'6530; the French revolution 1774'1799; the politics of conflict: the new tribalism?; the politics of mass murder; the politics of nationalism in the contemporary middle east; themes in 20th century USA history; themes in Latin American politics.
|Duration & Attendance||Qualification||Tuition fees|
- Tariff 112
- Irish Leaving Certificates BBCCCC
- International Baccalaureate 25
- GCE A-level
- GCSE/SQA Standard Grade
- BTEC Level 3 Extended Diploma
- GCE AS-level
- BTEC Level 3 Subsidiary Diploma
- BTEC Level 3 Diploma
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Total Coursework: 73%
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