Degrees by CAO Code > DN515 History

DN515 History (HSS1)
School: History



In your first year (called Stage 1) you take 12 modules over two semesters. You must study core modules in History and typically two further Arts subjects.

Stage 2 students progress with a major in History, students also get the chance to take a small number of elective modules from any School across the University during their degree programme.

See below for the full list of subjects. Further details per stage will be displayed when browsing through subject. Please note that some subject combinations may not be possible, for timetable or other reasons.

(Please Note:Stage 1 below is only applicable to direct entry students. Students entering the BA programme via DN500 (Omnibus) do not select specific majors until stage 2. DN500 students must apply to the relevant School for entry to a single major).




     Stage 1   Information
(50 Programme Credits, 10 Elective Credits)

     Stage 2   Information
(50 Programme Credits, 10 Elective Credits)
Core   Information  
CodeTitleSemesterCredit
HIS21090Using ArchivesSemester One5
HIS31140The West and Middle EastSemester One5
HIS20250Marathon: Introduction to Primary SourcesSemester Two5
HIS20530Research SeminarSemester Two5
 
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CodeTitleSemesterCredit
HIS20460Islam and Christianity in the Middle AgesSemester One5
HIS2056020th Century War and Peace: International History 1914-1991Semester One5
HIS20670The French RevolutionSemester One5
HIS20950Early Modern Europe, 1450-1800Semester One5
HIS20980The Russian RevolutionSemester One5
HIS21120Northern Ireland, 1920-2010: from partition to PaisleySemester One5
HIS20470Modern AmericaSemester Two5
HIS20960The Irish Experience Semester Two5
HIS20970Early Medieval Ireland: Culture, Society and Politics Semester Two5
HIS21070Australian History and its AfterlivesSemester Two5
HIS21080British Empire, 1495-1945Semester Two5
 

     Stage 3   Information
(55 Programme Credits, 5 Elective Credits)
Core   Information  
CodeTitleSemesterCredit
HIS30550Research Skills SeminarSemester One5
HIS31140The West and Middle EastSemester One5
HIS31600Debates in HistorySemester One5
HIS31040ConferenceSemester Two5
HIS30990BA DissertationYear Long Module10
 
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CodeTitleSemesterCredit
HIS31250Dynastic Politics, Culture & Diplomacy in Post-Westphalian GermanySemester One10
HIS31310Madness and CivilisationSemester One10
HIS31450Irish Urban History, 1500-1800Semester One10
HIS31490Orwell's Twentieth CenturySemester One10
HIS31510Religion & Society in Independent Ireland, 1922-1968Semester One10
HIS31540Pagans & Religious Change in Early EuropeSemester One10
HIS31710Memory and Commemoration: policy, politics, and popular perceptionSemester One10
HIS31780Ireland and Empire AD400-700Semester One10
HIS31840The First World War: cultures and consequencesSemester One10
HIS31860Slavery and the New World Semester One10
HIS31910Murder in the South SeasSemester One10
HIS32140C20 Europe at War: Third ReichSemester One10
HIS32150Conservative Political Activism in the United States, 1960-1980Semester One10
HIS32230Biography and HistorySemester One10
HIS32240History of American CapitalismSemester One10
HIS31320The Irish Revolution, 1910-1923Semester One and Two10
HIS32190End of EmpireSemester One and Two10
HIS31260Florence from the Middle Ages to the Renaissance Semester Two10
HIS31270Popular Protest in Ireland and the Age of O'Connell, 1760-1845Semester Two10
HIS31280Rise, Fall, Rise of Modern JapanSemester Two10
HIS31400British Atlantic History, 1607-1776 Semester Two10
HIS31460Medicine, Culture and SocietySemester Two10
HIS31590Tudor EnglandSemester Two10
HIS31760Irish Foreign Policy, 1919-73: A Place Among the NationsSemester Two10
HIS31850Contested Histories in AustraliaSemester Two10
HIS32080Restoration to revolution: England, 1658-88Semester Two10
HIS32090Social Evolution and Stagnation, 1940s-1980sSemester Two10
HIS32210Women in Ireland, 1500-1800Semester Two10
HIS32250Religious persecution and migration in early modern EuropeSemester Two10
HIS32280From Slave to Saint: The Development of the Legendary PatrickSemester Two10
HIS32290Catholic Ireland, 1641-1778Semester Two10
 
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CodeTitleSemesterCredit
HIS32200Colonial Latin America, 1492-1898Semester Two5
 

Core   Information  
CodeTitleSemesterCredit
HIS30550Research Skills SeminarSemester One5
HIS31140The West and Middle EastSemester One5
HIS31600Debates in HistorySemester One5
HIS31040ConferenceSemester Two5
HIS30990BA DissertationYear Long Module10
 
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CodeTitleSemesterCredit
HIS31250Dynastic Politics, Culture & Diplomacy in Post-Westphalian GermanySemester One10
HIS31310Madness and CivilisationSemester One10
HIS31450Irish Urban History, 1500-1800Semester One10
HIS31490Orwell's Twentieth CenturySemester One10
HIS31510Religion & Society in Independent Ireland, 1922-1968Semester One10
HIS31540Pagans & Religious Change in Early EuropeSemester One10
HIS31710Memory and Commemoration: policy, politics, and popular perceptionSemester One10
HIS31780Ireland and Empire AD400-700Semester One10
HIS31840The First World War: cultures and consequencesSemester One10
HIS31860Slavery and the New World Semester One10
HIS31910Murder in the South SeasSemester One10
HIS32140C20 Europe at War: Third ReichSemester One10
HIS32150Conservative Political Activism in the United States, 1960-1980Semester One10
HIS32230Biography and HistorySemester One10
HIS32240History of American CapitalismSemester One10
HIS31320The Irish Revolution, 1910-1923Semester One and Two10
HIS32190End of EmpireSemester One and Two10
HIS31260Florence from the Middle Ages to the Renaissance Semester Two10
HIS31270Popular Protest in Ireland and the Age of O'Connell, 1760-1845Semester Two10
HIS31280Rise, Fall, Rise of Modern JapanSemester Two10
HIS31400British Atlantic History, 1607-1776 Semester Two10
HIS31460Medicine, Culture and SocietySemester Two10
HIS31590Tudor EnglandSemester Two10
HIS31760Irish Foreign Policy, 1919-73: A Place Among the NationsSemester Two10
HIS31850Contested Histories in AustraliaSemester Two10
HIS32080Restoration to revolution: England, 1658-88Semester Two10
HIS32090Social Evolution and Stagnation, 1940s-1980sSemester Two10
HIS32210Women in Ireland, 1500-1800Semester Two10
HIS32250Religious persecution and migration in early modern EuropeSemester Two10
HIS32280From Slave to Saint: The Development of the Legendary PatrickSemester Two10
HIS32290Catholic Ireland, 1641-1778Semester Two10
 
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CodeTitleSemesterCredit
HIS32200Colonial Latin America, 1492-1898Semester Two5
 

Curricular information is subject to change