Landscapes of the Great War: Interpretations and Representations - HI915
Higher level module taken in stages 2 and 3 of an undergraduate degree
|30 (15)||Prof M L Connelly|
The information below applies to the 2015-16 session
Method of assessment
- G. Braybon. (2003) Evidence, History and the Great War: historians and the impact of 1914-1918. Oxford and New York: Berg Prost & J. Winter. (2005) The Great War in History: debates and controversies, 1914 to the present. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press Roshwald & R. Stites (eds.). (1999) European Culture in the Great War. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press V.B. Sherry (ed.). Cambridge Companion to the Literature of the First World War. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press T. Tate. (1998) Modernism, History and the First World War. Manchester: Manchester University Press
- As a consequence of taking this module students will have gained: 11.1 An enhanced and sophisticated understanding of the military, cultural, political and social history of the First World War. 11.2 An understanding of advanced concepts in historiography and cultural theory. 11.3 An enhanced capability to understand theoretical issues regarding Historical study and cultural study.