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Half Year Modules

These modules are worth 0.5 c.u. and are available to second and final-year students only. Modules are listed in chronological order. Students can take these modules in EITHER Term 1 OR Term 2.

Term 1

HIST7120A: City and Countryside in Ancient Greece: The Case of Athens
Dr Ilaria Bultrighini

HIST7104A: Slavery in the Classical World
Dr Simon Corcoran

HIST7112A: Ancient Youth
Dr Riet van Bremen

HIST7103A: Religious Conversion in the Fourth Century: The Confessions of St Augustine
Dr Benet Salway

HIST7213A: Medieval Meetings and Assemblies, 1050-c.1250
Dr Danica Summerlin

HIST7013A: History of Ethics: A Sociological Methodology
Professor David d'Avray

HIST7364A: Seventeeth-Century Ireland
Dr Coleman A. Dennehy

HIST7334A: Emergence of the State: The History of European Political Thought in the 17th and Early 18th Centuries
Dr Peter Schröder

HIST7335A: State, Sovereignty and Liberty: The History of European Political Thought in the 18th Century
Dr Peter Schröder

HIST7339A: The Human and Its Others: Enlightenment Ideas of Ethnicity and Race
Dr Avi Lifschitz

HIST7312A: European Fin-de-Siecle: A Cultural and Social History
Module Tutor TBC

HIST7363A: Economy and State in the Ottoman Empire, 1800-1914
Dr Coşkun Tunçer

HIST7347A: The Re-Making of the British Working Class, 1848-1914
Keith McClelland

HIST7461A: Gender in Modern British History c.1850-1939
Dr Clare Makepeace

HIST7341A: London in the 20th Century: From Imperial to Global City
Dr Michael Collins

HIST7330A: Violence in the European Age of Extremes
Professor Bernhard Rieger

HIST7356A: Race and the Sciences: Modern Ideologies of Human Difference
Dr Helga Satzinger

HIST7463A: Collecting for the Nation. Amateurs, Collectors and Diplomats: A History of Museum Formation
Dr Lucia Gunning

HIST7460A: Music and the Historian
Dr Lars Fischer

HIST7004A: Dartmouth Course: American Occupation of Japan After World War II
Professor Steven Ericson

HIST7464A: Debating Africa's Development
Dr Tim Gibbs

Term 2

HIST7112B: Ancient Youth
Dr Riet van Bremen

HIST7213B: Medieval Meetings and Assemblies, 1050-c.1250
Dr Danica Summerlin

HIST7013B: History of Ethics: A Sociological Methodology
Professor David d'Avray

HIST7364B: Seventeeth-Century Ireland
Dr Coleman A. Dennehy

HIST7312B: European Fin-de-Siecle: A Cultural and Social History
Module Tutor TBC

HIST7363B: Economy and State in the Ottoman Empire, 1800-1914
Dr Coşkun Tunçer

HIST7347B: The Re-Making of the British Working Class, 1848-1914
Keith McClelland

HIST7461B: Gender in Modern British History c.1850-1939
Dr Clare Makepeace

HIST7341B: London in the 20th Century: From Imperial to Global City
Dr Michael Collins

HIST7350B: Remembering Slavery
Dr Nicholas Draper

HIST7356B: Race and the Sciences: Modern Ideologies of Human Difference
Dr Helga Satzinger

HIST7361B: Race and Resistance in Black Atlantic Thought
Dr Kate Quinn

HIST7459B: Gender and History in Latin America since Independence
Dr Sarah Washbrook

HIST7463B: Collecting for the Nation. Amateurs, Collectors and Diplomats: A History of Museum Formation
Dr Lucia Gunning

HIST7460B: Music and the Historian
Dr Lars Fischer

HIST7464B: Debating Africa's Development
Dr Tim Gibbs 

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