United Kingdom, Canterbury

Hidden Histories of the Second World War

when 1 July 2018 - 15 July 2018
language English
duration 2 weeks
credits 5 EC
fee GBP 1250

This summer school will explore several of these contradictions and omissions from the popular memory of Britain during the Second World War. It will also consider the implications of the popular memory of the war on more recent issues, notably the case of ‘Brexit’. With a heavy focus on primary sources, this course will provide a useful and fascinating stepping stone towards postgraduate study, enhancing your research skills, your abilities in oral and written communication, and encouraging you to consider the creation of popular memory in a more nuanced and in-depth manner.

Target group

Undergraduate Students

Course aim

By the end of this Summer School course, you should have:
•developed a good understanding of the subject matter which forms the focus of this intensive introductory course
•explored a series of key subject-specific themes and media from a range of critical perspectives
•had the opportunity to put into practice new subject-related skills which you have started to develop during the course
•gained an awareness of the UK Higher Education system in the subject specific context

Credits info

5 EC
10 UK credits - 5ECTS credits awarded for transfer purposes

Fee info

GBP 1250: Earlybird Discount | For those paying in full before 16 April 2018
Without Accommodation: £1,250
With Accommodation: £1,500

For those paying in full after 16 April 2018
Without Accommodation: £1,300
With Accommodation: £1,600

Please see our website for full details on our fees

Scholarships

We have 20 x £500 scholarships to be awarded. Scholarship applications close on 30 March 2018