This interdiciplinary MA draws on options from History, English and History of Art. It examines new approaches to major themes on eighteenth-century Britain, Europe and the wider world: enlightenment, consumption and luxury, gender, the middling classes, culture and commerce, material culture, global history, political radicalism and scientific and medical culture.
Our course is closely connected to the Warwick Eighteenth-Century Centre; you will share in the Centre's lively seminar programme as well as workshops and conferences. Students may also find much of interest in the activities of the GHC Centre, since the eighteenth century is one for which a global perspective becomes increasingly important.
2.1 in History or a History-related discipline
Recipient: University of Warwick
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