History at Christ Church offers a number of post-graduate research degrees – an MA by Research (one-year full-time, two years part-time), an M.Phil and Ph.D – which exploit the supervisory expertise of the History team.
Recent research degree subjects have included:
- A Comparative Case Study of the Warenne Countesses of Surrey, 1120-1256
- The Lord Edward and the Earldom of Chester: Lordship and Community, 1254-72
- Deer Parks in Elizabethan and Jacobean Kent
- Sir Henry Sidney and his legacy: reformed Protestantism and the government of Ireland and England, c. 1558 to 1580
- Political and Religious Reactions in the Medway Towns of Rochester and Chatham during the English Revolution 1640-1660
- Social Policy and Governance in late Sixteenth and Early Seventeenth Century Faversham
- The Agrarian Economy of the Romney Marsh and the Surrounding Region in Kent & Sussex, 1730-1790
- Tuberculosis and its Treatment in Folkestone, 1850-1960
- Britain and the Olympic Games, 1908-1920
- The lives of First Nation women in Western Canada since 1945: an oral history
- ‘Anticipating Allende’: Britain, the United States and Eduardo Frei’s Revolution in Liberty , 1964-1970
- The Politics of Trade: Britain and the People’s Republic of China, 1976-1980
- Thatcher and Reagan at Odds: the US invasion of Grenada, 1983.
If you are interested in any of our postgraduate research degrees, contact Dr Leonie Hicks email@example.com – who will be glad to provide you with further details.