Charlotte Kelsted

January 2021 to May 2021

HIH1401 Approaches to History

How do historians write history? How do approaches vary and what questions can historians ask? This module introduces and explores key issues and concepts discussed in the study of history across many periods, including power, gender, wealth and poverty, religion and class.

January 2021 to April 2021

HIH1402 Britain, America and the Global Order (1846-1946)

This module introduces students to the rise and fall of the British Empire within the context of the international system, particularly the United States. Students explore the political, economic, geopolitical, and cultural significance (class, race, gender) of British imperial expansion from the mid nineteenth century to the mid twentieth.

January 2020 to April 2020

HIC2319 Drawing Lines in the Sand: Britain and the Creation of the Modern Middle East, 1882-1923

I had the opportunity to deliver a handful of lectures and seminars on this module in early 2020.

September 2018 to January 2021

HIH1400 Making History

This module provides an introduction to some of the essential practical and intellectual tools for the study of History. Rather than asking 'What is History?' in the abstract, it offers an introduction to the working practices and concepts expected of a History student in all aspects of degree work.