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  1. Philosophy

    PhD / MPhil

    Open University - Department of Philosophy

    Research is at the heart of the Philosophy Department at the OU. There are nine full-time members of staff, all of whom are active researchers, who specialise in a range of subjects across the disciplines.

  2. Historical and contemporary study of musical texts, contexts, and performance

    PhD / MPhil

    Open University - Department of Music

    OU staff investigate an array of musical practices in a variety of contexts, both historically and in the present day. Topics include performance (and performance techniques from the fifteenth century to the twenty-first; musical and textual sources; and film music and recordings.

  3. History of Mathematics

    PhD / MPhil

    Open University - Department of Mathematics and Statistics

    The History of Mathematics Group conducts internationally recognised work in several areas of the history of modern mathematics, and collaborates with many historians of mathematics in Europe. A long-running interest in celestial mechanics has recently led to an investigation of the network of astronomers in the years around 1900, and an overlapping international project on the role of mathematics and mathematicians in the First World War.

  4. Mathematics

    PhD / MPhil

    Open University - Department of Mathematics and Statistics

    The Mathematics Group has an active research programme covering a wide range of topics in mathematics, with regular seminars, workshops and conferences. It is home to a number of research fellows, visiting researchers and both full-time and part-time research students.

  5. War, conflict and politics in Europe

    PhD / MPhil

    Open University - Department of History

    We have a wide range of expertise on conflict, war and politics in the late nineteenth to twentieth centuries. Annika Mombauer researches German history and especially the history of the First World War, Dr Paul Lawrence has published on the history of nationalism, and Dr Christian Bailey's research has focused on European integration after 1945.

  6. Policing and Criminal Justice

    PhD / MPhil

    Open University - Department of History

    Within the Department of History, there is a specific research group devoted to the study of criminal justice history: the International Centre for the History of Crime, Policing and Justice (ICHCPJ). This Centre aims to promote and facilitate research into criminal justice history around the world and to generate the exchange of ideas between academics, criminal justice practitioners and serving police personnel.

  7. History of Medicine

    PhD / MPhil

    Open University - Department of History

    The Department of History has expertise in the history of medicine in Britain, Ireland and Continental Europe from 1500 to 1900. Dr Deborah Brunton focuses on public health policies at the intersection between urban growth and medicine, Dr Silvia De Renzi on medicine in early modern Italy and the history of legal medicine.

  8. Empire and Postcolonial studies

    PhD / MPhil

    Open University - Department of History

    The Department of History have an Empire and Postcolonial Research Group, which links to the cross-faculty Ferguson Centre for African and Asian Studies. Areas of particular interest include the British Empire, colonial India, links between the West and the postcolonial world, empire in Asia port cities, and heritage.

  9. Early modern Britain and Europe

    PhD / MPhil

    Open University - Department of History

    Department of History staff working on early modern history have an interest in a wide variety of aspects of society and culture in Britain, Ireland and elsewhere in Europe in the period 1550-1750. For example, knowledge, religion and power in the Italian states (Dr Silvia De Renzi); witchcraft and society (Dr Peter Elmer); social and cultural history of the European Reformation, especially in northern Germany and Scandinavia, and Calvinist emigration (Dr Ole Peter Grell); and Britain and Ireland, on women and gender, and on patronage and finance (Professor Anne Laurence).

  10. British and Irish History since the 18th century

    PhD / MPhil

    Open University - Department of History

    The research interests of members of the Department of History in this area range widely, from manufacturers to masculinity. Dr Robin Mackie specialises in business history, and relations between industry and science.

 
 
 
 
 

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