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School of Humanities

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  • Both of these subjects develop vital skills in empathy, evaluating arguments and independent thinking. Through the study of both English Literature and Religion you will engage with a wide spectrum of different viewpoints,…
    • Undergraduate
    • York campus
    • Foundation year available
  • Words matter. That’s our philosophy. We believe that reading literature from times, places and lives that are different from our own provides a deeper understanding of ourselves and the world around us. On this degree you will…
    • Undergraduate
    • York campus
    • Foundation year available
  • The global climate change and biodiversity crises are closely bound up with issues of social, environmental and ecological justice. Through this MA you will investigate these issues in depth, using perspectives from across…
    • Postgraduate Taught
    • York campus
  • Studying the effect humans are having on the planet is more relevant and urgent now than it has ever been. Environmental Geography focuses on the natural world and our relationship with it. If you are passionate about facing…
    • Undergraduate
    • York campus
    • Foundation year available
  • You will gain an understanding of the history, nature and power of film and screen media. Discover the ways film can influence ideas and identities. Engage with film and other media by writing for our Neutral magazine and…
    • Postgraduate Taught
    • York campus
  • Combining Film Studies and Media lets you study the artistry and contexts of film in great detail, while also learning about how media and culture affect who we are and how we interact with the world around us. You will…
    • Undergraduate
    • York campus
    • Foundation year available
  • Learn to analyse and discuss films from different genres, periods and cultures. We embrace the changing landscape of film. You will explore cinema's evolution and its interaction with visual art, literature, digital media and…
    • Undergraduate
    • York campus
    • Foundation year available
  • Investigate the world around you, its changing nature, and the challenges facing it. This course balances human, physical and environmental geography meaning you gain a broad understanding of this fascinating subject. The course…
    • Undergraduate
    • York campus
    • Foundation year available
  • American Studies is a varied academic subject which takes in literature, popular culture, politics, film and much more. Through this joint honours degree you will gain a deep understanding of America’s history, alongside a wider…
    • Undergraduate
    • York campus
    • Foundation year available
  • Together Religion and History help us understand the modern world by exploring the beliefs people hold, and how our past led us to our current situations.
    • Undergraduate
    • York campus
    • Foundation year available

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