• In this course we will explore the important economic and social developments that characterised industrialisation and its aftermath in Britain and Ireland from the mid-eighteenth century until the First World War. In lectures and the weekly, small-group seminars, we’ll emphasise the importance of discussion, debates and interpretation of events, and encourage the growth of the skills and techniques associated with historical and social science investigation

  • In this course we will explore the important economic and social developments that characterised industrialisation and its aftermath in Britain and Ireland from the mid-eighteenth century until the First World War. In lectures and the weekly, small-group seminars, we’ll emphasise the importance of discussion, debates and interpretation of events, and encourage the growth of the skills and techniques associated with historical and social science investigation.
  • With a focus on England and Scotland since the outbreak of the first world war, this course seeks to develop both historical and transferable skills building on the analytical and conceptual experience gained in Level 1 classes. The course provides a background for understanding the economic and social position of contemporary Britain, including the effects of two World Wars on economic and social trends, the difficulties created by the international depression of the inter-war years, and the main economic and social patterns in Britain since World War II.
  • In this course we will explore the important economic and social developments that characterised industrialisation and its aftermath in Britain and Ireland from the mid-eighteenth century until the First World War. In lectures and the weekly, small-group seminars, we’ll emphasise the importance of discussion, debates and interpretation of events, and encourage the growth of the skills and techniques associated with historical and social science investigation
  • With a focus on England and Scotland since the outbreak of the first world war, this course seeks to develop both historical and transferable skills building on the analytical and conceptual experience gained in Level 1 classes. The course provides a background for understanding the economic and social position of contemporary Britain, including the effects of two World Wars on economic and social trends, the difficulties created by the international depression of the inter-war years, and the main economic and social patterns in Britain since World War II.

  • With a focus on England and Scotland since the outbreak of the first world war, this course seeks to develop both historical and transferable skills building on the analytical and conceptual experience gained in Level 1 classes. The course provides a basis for understanding the economic and social position of contemporary Britain, including the effects of two World Wars on economic and social trends, the difficulties created by the international depression of the inter-war years, and the main economic and social patterns in Britain since World War II.