MA by Research in Modern British Women’s History
An exciting course, taught by expert researchers in the field of women’s history, is based in the Department of Humanities, Arts and Languages. It is run in collaboration with The Women’s Library, drawing on unrivalled collections of primary and secondary material.
The MA programme is comprised of a dissertation and three taught core modules:
- Nineteenth Century Women
- Researching Women’s History
- Twentieth Century Women
The modules taken alone, without the dissertation, comprise a Postgraduate Certificate. There is flexibility to study in either full-time or part-time (evening) mode.
Full-time students may be eligible for a grant from the Arts and Humanities Research Council.
For a postgraduate prospectus, please contact the London Metropolitan University Admissions Office
Tel: 020 7133 4202
For informal enquiries, please contact the course leader, Dr Lucy Bland