We explore this through a series of case studies focusing on wartime experiences from York and its surrounding area. You will make use of first-hand accounts of battle and cinematic representations of combat, using these sources to explore some of the philosophical questions arising from attempts to understand and depict warfare. A series of tours and walks will help bring the historic resources on our doorstep to life. On this module we will introduce you to the comparative approach to modern politics.
Apply knowledge learned on your degree in a real working environment on one of our unique internship opportunities – enhance your chance of getting a job at the same time. You’ll explore issues such as equality, income distribution, gender, role of states and markets and democracy in Africa, Latin America and Asia. Most modules are 20 credits, meaning you’ll study six modules each year. Some longer modules, such … Read More