A first class or a good upper second class honours degree is required.
Months of entry
Research areas: history with specialisations in: medieval and early modern history of Britain and Europe (including Medieval Normandy, Medieval law and administration, Women, gender, power and identity in the Middle Ages, popular religion and popular culture in late medieval and early modern Britain and Europe, William of Orange and the ‘Glorious Revolution’; modern and contemporary history of Britain, Europe, North America, India, the Middle East and Africa (including – the two World Wars and the Cold War period, labour history, consumerism and anti-consumerism, nationalism, racism, social movements, colonial history, sport history, policy and governance, transnational history, transcultural encounters); history of historiography; memorial cultures; conceptual history.
Welsh History and Archaeology; 20th-century Political History; Social/Economic and Health/Medicine; Political Ideas; Maritime
Fees and funding
Arts & Humanities Research Board; ESRC (Mode B); occasional scholarships and bursaries.
Qualification and course duration
Course contact details
- Prof. Dr. Christian Koller
- 01248 382144