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University of East Anglia, Full Time MA Degrees in History & Archaeology

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The course provides students with detailed knowledge of the visual arts, contemporary and historical, of the three geographical areas (Africa, Oceania and the Americas). Read more
The course provides students with detailed knowledge of the visual arts, contemporary and historical, of the three geographical areas (Africa, Oceania and the Americas). It also highlights the methodological and theoretical issues involved in their analysis and display, both in their original contexts and in the contexts of museums and exhibitions.

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The MA in American Studies offers you the opportunity to develop an expertise in American literature and social and cultural history. Read more
The MA in American Studies offers you the opportunity to develop an expertise in American literature and social and cultural history. Your studies will equip you with the methodological training you need to pursue your interest in America from different disciplinary perspectives.

The world-leading department has particular strengths in race, gender and identity, civil liberties, American cities, American landscape and the environment, popular culture, and comparative American Studies.

The MA in American Studies develops the critical powers you acquired as an undergraduate and provides the rigorous preparation needed for future employment or as preparation for doctoral research.

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Learn the theory and practice of managing cultural heritage, including landscapes, historic houses, museums and archaeological sites. Read more
Learn the theory and practice of managing cultural heritage, including landscapes, historic houses, museums and archaeological sites. The course is specially tailored to respond to the local and international need for qualified, responsible and adaptable cultural heritage professionals, so you can be sure that your time with us will be a great investment in your ongoing career.

The course will also prepare you for more advanced research into the global and local problems and issues surrounding the management of cultural heritage, whilst also providing you with practical experience. You will graduate with the highly developed conceptual and analytical skills needed to succeed in this fascinating field.

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The MA in Medieval History is intended to equip those who take it with a deepened understanding of the European Middle Ages. It also teaches the skills with which to explore this vast and significant period. Read more
The MA in Medieval History is intended to equip those who take it with a deepened understanding of the European Middle Ages. It also teaches the skills with which to explore this vast and significant period.

The course comprises lectures, seminars and taught classes that will introduce students to a series of key concepts: the relation between medieval Europe and the classical past, Latin and vernacular languages, sainthood and medieval politics, economics and society, the Bible interpreted as a political manifesto, the records of royal government, the rise of the bureaucratic state, kingship both in ideal and reality, and many more such themes.

Much of this is taught with a particular focus upon the relations between Britain and Europe in the period 900-1400AD, drawing upon the unrivalled expertise of the course tutors: Professors Bailey, Church, Rawcliffe and Vincent, Drs Doherty, Licence and O'Connor, one of the best teams of medieval scholars available anywhere in the UK.

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This course offers an original and in-depth examination of power, ideology, culture and social change between 1500 and 1750. Read more
This course offers an original and in-depth examination of power, ideology, culture and social change between 1500 and 1750. It provides students with all the skills needed by an early modern historian, including palaeography (reading sixteenth- and seventeenth-century handwriting), using manuscripts and other primary sources, conceptualizing research topics, and writing up the results with emphasis on correct referencing and bibliographical conventions. Guidance will also be given on how to present research findings orally.

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The MA in Modern British History is a rigorous, exciting and broad-ranging programme, which allows students to explore their own research interests. Read more
The MA in Modern British History is a rigorous, exciting and broad-ranging programme, which allows students to explore their own research interests. Students will be taught and supervised by one of the largest concentrations of Modern British historians in the country, who have expertise in political, diplomatic, economic, social, gender and cultural history. The breadth and depth of their research is reflected in the programme, which encourages scholarly debate and independent research.

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The English landscape has been described as 'the richest historical record we possess' and this MA programme focuses both on the skills of 'reading the landscape' and also the practical and theoretical issues involved in the study of the countryside. Read more
The English landscape has been described as 'the richest historical record we possess' and this MA programme focuses both on the skills of 'reading the landscape' and also the practical and theoretical issues involved in the study of the countryside.

The key theme of the course is the relationship between human beings and the natural environment from prehistory to the present day. The importance of landscape history is not something that is confined to the academic seminar room, however, as an understanding of the historic environment has relevance to the heritage industry, conservation agencies, local government and archaeological management.

The MA offers an intensive and practical preparation for those wishing to undertake further post-graduate study in landscape history, but also for those who wish to enter a profession for which knowledge of the historic environment is desirable.

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This MA course offers you the opportunity to study medieval and early-modern literature in its historical, intellectual, cultural and material contexts. Read more
This MA course offers you the opportunity to study medieval and early-modern literature in its historical, intellectual, cultural and material contexts. At the centre of the course is an emphasis on the varieties of medieval and early-modern 'humanism', a complex movement which enabled new understandings of the classical world, of our place within history and of our relationship to language.

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Deepen your understanding of art history from an exceptionally wide range of artistic cultures, periods and forms. Topics range across the arts of Europe, the Americas, Africa, Asia and the Pacific, and from antiquity to the present day.. Read more
Deepen your understanding of art history from an exceptionally wide range of artistic cultures, periods and forms. Topics range across the arts of Europe, the Americas, Africa, Asia and the Pacific, and from antiquity to the present day.

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The MA in Modern European History offers you the opportunity to work with a group of historians who continue UEA's long-standing reputation as a major centre for the study of modern European history. Read more
The MA in Modern European History offers you the opportunity to work with a group of historians who continue UEA's long-standing reputation as a major centre for the study of modern European history. There is a particular and distinctive concentration of expertise in the history of Central and Eastern Europe in the 19th and 20th centuries. This provides an ideal environment for students interested in the history of Russia, Germany, France, Italy, Yugoslavia and central and eastern Europe from the mid-19th century onwards.

There will be ample scope to pursue comparative approaches to the history of Europe, particularly around themes such as nationalism and national identity, fascism, political mobilisation, violence and genocide.

The MA aims to equip students with the advanced skills and intensive subject knowledge they need to proceed to further research in the academic world, or to enter other fields such as government, the publishing sector, law and journalism.

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