This module provides a comprehensive analysis of the major debates in the disciplines of International History and International Relations.
It will allow students to engage with differentiated approaches to the key issues of international studies.
The course is structured thematically, allowing for an interlinked analytical and narrative account toward the blending of historical analysis and conceptual thinking. A range of methodologies are employed within the course to illustrate the virtues of each approach to addressing the course content.
- Five written online activities (30% of the module mark)
- 5,000 word essay (70%).