focuses on the phenomenon of imperialism and
related issues, including technologies and ideologies of
empire, notions of race, ethnicity and gender, economic
development and underdevelopment, and trans'regional
flows and interactions. This is a flexible programme that allows students to take courses from the Departments
of International Development, Government, Economic
History, International History and Geography, as well as
the European Institute and the Gender Institute.
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- A 2.1 Honours degree, or overseas equivalent, in any discipline. English language requirement for non-native speakers (TOEFL/IELTS).