Lecturer in South Asian History Dr Gajendra Singh tells us what it's like to study at a postgraduate level at Exeter. History ranked top 10 in the UK. As part of a radical vision for the city, schools of Art and Science were founded in Exeter in 1851. What you encounter will enhance your understanding of other subjects and areas of knowledge and improve your awareness of different cultures, providing intellectual skills that will be of use throughout your life. €1.5 million European Research Commission grant for project. History of the University. Learn more about our Centre for Medieval Studies. Studying History at the University of Exeter takes you on a journey through the human race in historic times: our activities, ideas, creations, institutions and impact. It will enhance your understanding of other subject areas and improve your awareness of other cultures, providing skills that will be of use throughout your life. WWII ping pong balls shortlisted for award. Spotlight on: Medieval Studies. £4 million Wellcome Trust Centre for Exeter. College of Humanities History Studying PhDs Research degrees As a postgraduate student in History you will be part of a thriving research community, benefiting from quality research-led teaching and supervision and access to outstanding facilities. History at Exeter will take you on a journey through the human race in historic times: its activities, ideas, creations, institutions and impact. History at the University of Exeter offers a tremendous range of subjects, stretching from early Medieval England, through histories of religion, class, power, race, war and empire, into the late twentieth century. Challenging opposition and driven by ambition from the start, these humble beginnings were the first steps towards establishing the University of Exeter.
Streatham Campus, Exeter. Dr Jamie Hampson. Religious, social and cultural history of early medieval Europe between c.900 and c.1200. PhD History at Exeter. Exeter has one of the strongest concentrations of medievalists in the UK.
Indigenous heritage and ontologies; rock art and landscape; cultural tourism in settler nations; the commodification of the past; relationships between archaeology, ethnography and history. Penryn Campus, Cornwall.