Modern Literary Cultures MA, PgD, PgC The MA in Modern Literary cultures offers you the chance to explore the representation of different cultural themes across a range of diverse texts: globalisation, the American West, the working class and debates about de1
History: Communities and Cultures 1660-2000 MA, PgD, PgC This MA aims to build upon and contribute to the huge increase in interest in regional and cultural history, with an emphasis on London. No other university offers an MA Programme that explores the hist1
Philosophy - Narrative, Mind and Ethics MA, PgD, PgC There is a longstanding tendency in some mainstream strands of philosophy to intellectualize our ways of interacting with the world and with others. Many contemporary philosophers suppose that our successf1
BA English Language & Communication and English Literature English Language & Communication focuses on the English language itself, on how it is used to communicate, and on how we can teach it as a foreign language.
English Literature at the University was r1
BA English Literature English Literature at the University was ranked ninth in the Guardian's 2004 listings of UK English Departments. Its learning and teaching were judged ‘commendable’ in the Quality Assurance Agency's subject review of 2004. BA English Lit1
BA English Literature with Creative Writing English Language & Communication focuses on the English language itself, on how it is used to communicate, and on how we can teach it as a foreign language. BA English Literature with Creative Writing
BSc Geography * This is a flexible degree which allows you to specialise in either the human or physical aspects of Geography or maintain a balance between the two.
* You can choose to study a variety of topics giving you a career enhancing degree that su1
BA History Our History department has an International reputation for the quality of its research.
Undergraduates are taught by leading researchers who bring their evidence and investigations into the classroom BA History
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BA Philosophy Philosophy develops skills that apply in any line of work that requires thinking, writing or speaking.
Philosophy at UH is a thriving intellectual community with regular visiting speakers and an optional residential weekend BA Philosophy
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