You can study British Identities with us at the University of the Highlands and Islands on a number of individual modules/short courses, or on the interdisciplinary MLitt British Studies. We also welcome enquiries from students wishing to undertake PhD research, or those interested in working with us on potential post-doc projects.
You can find out more about our MLitt British Studies here. The MLitt is a one-year interdisciplinary taught Masters course. Students take 6 modules, of which four are core: “British Identities” (History), “Britain Begins” (Archaeology), “Imagining the Nation” (Literature) and “Philosophy and British Identity” (Philosophy). In addition, students undertake a substantial research project – a 15,000-word dissertation or project. The MLitt is internationally validated – this means that you can study from anywhere in the world through video-conference seminars. You can also study individual modules as short courses.
We are involved in a number of modules that explore British Identities. Please get in touch if you want to find out more!
‘People, Protest and Power: Themes in Modern British History’, BA (Hons) History, Year 1
‘Union and Discord 1707-1815’, BA (Hons) Literature, Year 3
‘Romantic Genius: Scottish and European Literature, 1750-1830’, BA (Hons) Literature, Year 3
‘Eighteenth-Century British Historiography’, BA (Hons) Scottish History, Year 3
‘Scotland and Ireland 1800-1939’, BA (Hons) History, Year 3
‘Britain’s Empire: Colonies and Consequences 1783-1950’, BA (Hons) History, Year 4
‘Contemporary Scottish Poetry’, BA (Hons) Scottish Cultural Studies, Year 4
‘The Troubles: Politics, Culture and Conflict in Northern Ireland 1965-2010’, BA (Hons) History, Year 4
‘Global Scots: Places, Spaces and Peoples of the Scottish and Highland Diasporas’, MLitt History of the Highlands History
‘Britishness and Sport’, MLitt History
‘The British Empire’, MLitt History