Drawing on Birkbecks position as a world-leading centre in the field of nineteenth-century studies, this MA offers you the chance to take a genuinely interdisciplinary approach to studying the literature,...Read more
The Tudors are considered one of the most fascinating and influential periods of history. Our MA Tudor Studies degree is an interdisciplinary investigation of the Tudor age that covers 1485-1603. ...Read more
MA English Literary Studies (Twentieth Century and Contemporary)
Choosing the Twentieth-Century and Contemporary pathway will enable you to explore the complex cultural histories of recent literatures in English, including modernist writing; contemporary writing; gender...Read more
War and humanitarianism are deeply embedded in the modern experience. Be it in the nineteenth-century calls for civilising war or the contemporary attempts at saving distant strangers, the conduct of...Read more
This MA stimulates new knowledge and understandings about the understudied and often marginalised experiences of black Britons.
Why study MA Black British History at Goldsmiths?
Most studies of black...Read more
The part-time DPhil regulations require a minimum period of four years’ part-time study (equivalent to two years’ full-time). However, except where students are building on research and research skills...Read more
Our course offers you the chance to study Contemporary British History at an advanced level in one of the top ranked History departments in Europe.
You can choose from a wide range of options...Read more
This London-based programme enables students to examine Britain’s history in the 20th century, focusing on the period from the start of the First World War in 1914 to Margaret Thatcher’s resignation in 1990. ...Read more
This course is an interdisciplinary programme enabling students to examine, by way of a dissertation of around 25,000 words, aspects of the history of the Tudor dynasty and its international importance. ...Read more
MA The English Country House 1485-1945 by Research
This course is to be an interdisciplinary programme enabling students to examine, by way of a thesis, aspects of the history of the English country house between 1485 and 1945. Students will be encouraged...Read more
This doctoral study course is three years, though the University’s Regulations also permit candidates who make particularly rapid progress to apply to the University Research Committee for permission...Read more
Students are registered initially for the degree of PhD (Doctor of Philosophy), although their status is probationary until the first Annual Review has taken place, normally between 12 and...Read more