Postgraduate Study

Join our thriving research community as a postgraduate student and benifit from studying alongside our experienced academics. 

The History Department at Canterbury Christ Church University offers post-graduate programmes (full-time or part-time) leading to the degree of Master of Arts, M.Phil or Ph.D in History in the following broad research areas:

  • European medieval history 900-1200, especially Norman history, gender, and ideas of space and place. [Dr L. Hicks]
  • 12th and 13th Century English History, including economic, social, political and women's History and gender studies. [Professor L. Wilkinson]
  • Aspects of English social and economic history 1550-1750. Crime, riot and disorder in early modern England. Early Modern Kentish history. Early Modern English urban history. [Dr Stephen Hipkin].
  • English religious, political, parliamentary and local history 1500-1700. Women's history and gender 16th century - early 18th century. [Professor Jacqueline Eales].
  • Northern Ireland Conflict. Concepts of national identity, particularly Britishness. The Great Powers in the 19th and 20th century.[Professor Thomas Hennessey]
  • British foreign policy since the 1930's. Anglo-American relations since the 1930s. Post-war international history. [Professor Kevin Ruane].
  • 20th Century France; European Labour and Social Movements; history of communism. [Dr John Bulaitis]
  • Political, Social and Ecclesiastical History of the Anglo-Norman Dominions in the 11th and 12th centuries. [Dr Paul Dalton]

For further information and details of how to apply please visit the Graduate School pages.


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