The Social and Economic History (Research Methods) course offered by Durham University provides quantitative and qualitative research methods appropriate to a wide range of historical approaches.
This course is delivered primarily through small group seminar teaching with some larger classes, and lecture-style sessions. Termly division of contact hours between terms depends on student choice. Skills modules are taught through seminars or classes and are usually more contact-hour-intensive. Optional modules are taught in seminars and provide a total of 20 contact hours. Dissertation supervision involves 8 hours of directed supervision, individually with a dedicated supervisor. Social science modules are taught through lectures, seminars, workshops, and practical classes.
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- Anglo-Saxon Societies and Cultures: interdisciplinary approaches to early medieval England
- Negotiating Life in Early Modern England
- Serious Fun: A History of Sport from the Late Middle Ages to the Present
- Palaeography: Scribes, Script and History from
- Antiquity to The Renaissance
- 12 months
- 24 months
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DisciplinesEconomics History View 491 other Masters in History in United Kingdom
- Two Academic References
- An Academic CV
- Sample of written work
- Academic Transcripts and Certificates, if available
- A 750-word outline of your intended research
- Personal Development Self-Assessment Table
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