PhD in International History
The PhD in International History is a four-year programme equipping students with the analytical, conceptual and methodological tools to complete successfully a piece of original book-length research. A small number of required courses orient students before they are permitted to move on to the research component. Courses, seminars and research projects in the Department cluster around the intersecting themes of international relations, institutions and movements; global/world and transnational history; history and policy; the history of ideas; the Global South and postcoloniality; and the histories of individual regions – the Americas, Europe, the Middle East and North Africa, East Asia and South Asia, and Sub-Saharan Africa.
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