By the end of the module the student should be able to:
- Identify and evaluate the most frequently used sources (archival, literary, and visual) for the study of violence.
- Communicate ideas and findings about violence in a comparative context, both orally and in writing, to peers and to tutors.
- Engage in the analysis of a body of primary and secondary source material including relevant information technology.
- Analyse and evaluate the contributions made by existing interdisciplinary scholarship on violence.
- Develop the ability to contextualise violence as a subject of historical enquiry.