The history of the world from Charlemagne onwards.
The Origins of the Cold War, 1941-55
In this course, Dr Mathias Haeussler (University of Cambridge) explores the origins of the Cold War in Europe. We begin by providing a broad introduction to the Cold War itself – what it was, as well as its long-lasting political,...
Dr Mathias Haeussler
The Sectional Crisis in the United States, 1848-61
In this course, Dr Kevin Waite (University of Durham) explores the Sectional Crisis of 1848-61, the period of rising tensions between the free states of the American North and the slave states of the American South, which eventually led to...
Dr Kevin Waite
The Decline and Fall of the Mughal Empire, 1658-1739
In this course, Dr Nandini Chatterjee explores the decline and fall of the Mughal Empire, from the reign of Aurangzeb (1658-1707) to the disintegration of the Empire after his death. We begin by thinking about the reign of Aurangzeb, looking...
Dr Nandini Chatterjee
African Kingdoms, c.1400-c.1800
In this course, Dr Toby Green (King's College, London) explores the history of four West African kingdoms in the period c.1400-1800. After a broad introduction to West African history as a whole and some of the ways in which it...
Dr Toby Green
King's College, London
The Norman Conquest and the Reign of William the Conqueror, 1035-87
In this course, Professor David Bates (University of East Anglia) explores English history between 1035-87, focusing in particular on the Norman Conquest and the reign of William the Conqueror. After an introduction to the course as a whole in which...
Prof. David Bates
University of East Anglia
The Reign of Henry VI, 1422-61
In this course, Dr James Ross (University of Winchester) explores the reign of Henry VI of England (1422-61). We begin by thinking about Henry's birth, his upbringing, and the legacy he inherited from his illustrious father, Henry V. After that,...
Dr James Ross