Comments about History (International) MA - At the institution - Kingston Upon Thames - Greater London
The History (International) MA at Kingston focuses on relations between states in the nineteenth and twentieth century, with a particular emphasis on politics, diplomacy and war. The course looks beyond Europe and North America to analyse how relations between states have undergone (and are still undergoing) change.
The course will appeal to students with a first degree in history, politics, sociology or economics (or any combination of these subjects).
History (International) MA
What will you study?
You will study a range of topics, including Britain’s and Europe’s changing relationship with the wider world. You will consider in detail historical and contemporary events that contributed to the changing nature of international affairs during the nineteenth, twentieth and early twenty-first centuries.
Please note that this is an indicative list of modules and is not intended as a definitive list.
-The Digital Historian
-Great Historical Debates
-Research Skills and Methods in Social Sciences
-Archives, Records and Historians
-Introduction to your Historical Specialism
-International history option modules