Degree and/or experience: Relevant honours degree or equivalent. Candidates without a degree but who have suitable professional experience or substantial experience of historical enquiry and research may be admitted. For non-native speakers of English: IELTS 7.0 overall and 6.5 in writing.
Months of entry
Our Cultural History, Memory and Identity MA examines the origins, forms and effects of cultural constructions of history and memory, with a practical focus on the skills and methods involved in the making of new historical accounts and representations.
Emphasising the close relation between academic study and broader cultural interest in the past and its significance in everyday life, the programme enables the investigation of various cultural forms and practices, from oral history and autobiography to television and virtual reality.
The course comprises three pathways:
- Cultural Memory
- Making Histories: Public History and Heritage
- ‘Race’, Nation and Ethnicity
The general concerns of the masters programme are developed in relation to these pathways, each of which explores a particular field of enquiry with its own distinctive thematic and methodological focus. The pathways also provide the basis for the PgCert and PgDip awards.
Qualification and course duration
Course contact details
- School of Humanities