HIST4009: Making History: Teaches the key concepts and basic skills which are vital for historians and define the discipline of history as currently practiced.
HIST4008: Superpowers: An International History of the Cold War: Modern international history that explores the rise and fall of the United States and Soviet Union within the context of an era-defining global confrontation.
HIST5017: Historical Writing: Allows students to evaluate and write any kind of academic text, providing concrete help with dissertation-writing and enabling students to create their own project with expert support.
HIST 5014: American Giant: Examines America’s emergence as a leading international power within the context of the unique political and social order of the twentieth century.
HIST 6010: Land of the Free: Slavery and Servitude in American History: Explores how slavery in the United States began, what it meant to be among the enslaved, and whether their descendants have ever achieved true freedom.
HIST 7002: Theories, Methods, and Practices in History: Introduces students to key methods and theories essential to the study of history at postgraduate level, as well as the advanced study skills needed for independent research.
Armies, Immigrants, and Gangs: The History of the U.S.-Mexican Border: Explores the fraught history of the U.S.-Mexican border and the central role that the boundary with Mexico has played in shaping the American national identity.