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ABOUT THE COURSE
Why do a MA in History at Liverpool Hope University? The MA in History offers students the chance to study the development of the modern world from ca. 1500 to the present. ...Read more
Our MA course will allow you to build upon existing historical interests, while also acquiring new expertise in a range of exciting historical topics.
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About this course
This innovative MA in Modern History thinks about how the past is ‘applied’ in the modern world.
Gain a deeper understanding of history
Undertake intensive work with archival material
Our specialised masters in Public History and Heritage draws on the research expertise of the Manchester Centre for Public History and Heritage, providing students with access to archives, historians...Read more
Devised by leading experts in the literature, history, cultural heritage and digital humanities of the nineteenth century, this interdisciplinary taught Masters degree enables you to explore a range of...Read more
This course is a flexible and challenging masters, offering a range of potential specialist routes, such as Medieval and Early Modern, War and Conflict, Race and Gender, or a general History route. ...Read more
Our MA programme is designed to fulfil your quest for knowledge, by taking your study of history to a deeper level. Whether you have your sights set on progression in a career where the...Read more
Our MA Classics and Ancient History masters course is flexible and wide-ranging.
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MA in Theology (Discipline based: Church History or Theology)
The discipline based pathway of the MA in Theology and the parallel Postgraduate Diploma or Certificate serves to resource missions and ministry, support continuing professional development...Read more
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This absorbing MA gives you the opportunity to study and reflect on major twentieth-century events, such as total war, the rise and fall of communism, the collapse of the European empires, the...Read more
Our MA History masters course enables you to tailor your postgraduate studies to suit your interests.
Your focus could be chronological (medieval, early modern or modern), geographical...Read more
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English Literature: Renaissance and Eighteenth-Century Literature MA
The Renaissance and Eighteenth-Century Literature MA pathway draws upon the Departments significant research and teaching strengths in these periods. Covering writers such as Shakespeare, Marlowe,...Read more
During the programme you will examine issues such as:
the notions and exercise of secular and spiritual authority
the operation of power in medieval and early modern societies
the development...Read more
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