- Module code: HI253
- Module name: Gender, History and Politics in Britain 1790 - 1939
- Department: History
- Credit: 30
Module content and teaching
This module considers the theory and practice of women’s participation in British economic, social and political life. Key themes will include education, employment, citizenship and social reform. The module aims to provide an introduction to debates about gender and history and employs a variety of sources (including novels, autobiography, political pamphlets and social investigations) to explore women’s and men’s engagement in public life.
Principal learning outcomes
This module is an option available to first and second year students. Options are designed to complement the first and second year core modules by providing the opportunity for study in greater depth of particular regions, periods or themes.
Timetabled teaching activities
The module will be taught through weekly lectures, fortnightly 1.5 hour seminars of 12 students, and individual tutorials to discuss feedback on essays.
|Assessment group||Assessment name||Percentage|
|30 CATS (Module code: HI253-30)|
|C (Assessed/examined work)||Assessed Course Work||50%|
|Examination - Main Summer Exam Period (weeks 4-9)||50%|
|Assessed Course Work||100%|
This module is available on the following courses:
- Undergraduate French and History (R1VA) - Year 2
- Undergraduate History (V100) - Year 2
- Undergraduate History, Literature and Cultures of the Americas (V230) - Year 2
- Undergraduate History and Sociology (VL13) - Year 2
- Undergraduate History and Politics (VM11) - Year 2