A first class or a good upper second class honours degree is required.
Months of entry
Course contentSupervision is available for research in the medieval, early modern, and modern history of Britain and Europe and the modern history of America and Africa. Research interests of staff include: medieval Normandy, medieval Law and administration; women, gender, power and identity in the Middle Ages; William of Orange and the Glorious Revolution; modern and contemporary British history, including political history and the development of political parties; urban history and charities, sport and consumerism and modern American history.
Fees and fundingArts & Humanities Research Council; ESRC (Mode B); occasional scholarships and bursaries.
Qualification and course duration
PhD by taught
Course contact details
- Dr Sue Johns
- + 44 (0)1248 382144