Queen Mary University of London
Global and Imperial History
An upper 2nd class Honours undergraduate degree or higher in history or relevant humanities subject (or overseas equivalent). Applications from mature students are welcomed.
You will take 3 modules, including the core module 'global connections, local contexts'. Optional modules may include: readings in global history; race, resistance and decolonization; empire and global history in the 20th century; islam is the solution: the history of modern islamism; sub-saharan africa: states and societies (taught by the school of politics and international relations); cities, space and power (taught by the school of geography); empire, race and immigration (taught by the school of geography).
Students produce an essay of 4,000 words for the core module, and one essay of 4,000 words for each of the optional modules. They will also complete a 15,000-word research dissertation.
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