|Module Title||GENERAL HISTORICAL PROBLEMS|
|Co-ordinator||Dr Jeffrey Davies|
|Pre-Requisite||HY30020 + 60 credits of HY or HA modules at Level 1|
|Co-Requisite||HY30130 , HY30230|
|Course delivery||Lecture||20 Hours 10 x 2 hours|
|Assessment||Exam||Take away exam||100%|
This module is designed as a valuable opportunity for Single Honours History students to consolidate their accumulated learning at the end of the final year. In it, students will explore the nature of historical development and change by drawing on the historical knowledge and understanding gained through their three years of graduate study.
Students will have:
- learned to draw on the body of historical knowledge that they acquired in the course of their degree in order to address historical problems of a general nature.
- acquired an ability to develop and sustain historical arguments.
- learned how to gather and sift appropriate items of historical evidence
- an ability to work both independently and collaboratively, and to participate in group discussions.
- command over comparative skills
** Recommended Text
J Tosh. The Pursuit of History.
J Keegan. The Face of Battle.
P Kennedy. The Rise and Fall of the Great Powers.