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School of Humanities

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  • In an increasingly globalised world, politics and international relations tackle pressing contemporary issues such as state power, international security, human rights and global justice.
    • Undergraduate
    • September 2021
    • York campus
    • Foundation year available
    Clearing places available
  • Study war and politics through the varied and interrelated approaches of military history, international relations, moral philosophy and media studies. Learn about how states develop, how societies are governed and the…
    • Undergraduate
    • September 2021
    • York campus
    Clearing places available
  • When you study Politics you confront issues with contemporary relevance and practical implications. On this degree you will consider, debate and respond to some of the most pressing issues of our time; from climate change to…
    • Undergraduate
    • September 2021
    • York campus
    • Foundation year available
    Clearing places available
  • Our world is changing fast. With new technologies, political upheaval and global environmental concerns, The challenges we face now are different from previous generations. Confront the biggest issues facing the world today, and…
    • Undergraduate
    • September 2021
    • York campus
    • Foundation year available
    Clearing places available
  • Engage with the varied worlds of publishing. Extend your knowledge and understanding of contemporary literature. Deepen your professional skills by meeting with industry professionals and get involved with literary festivals to…
    • Postgraduate Taught
    • September 2021
    • York campus
  • This course will enable you to contextualise your creative work and write with the contemporary publishing sector in mind. You will have the opportunity to submit work to the York Literary Review and to our annual Beyond the…
    • Postgraduate Taught
    • September 2021
    • York campus
  • Engage with the varied worlds of publishing, with a focus on the independent sector and small presses. Knowledge, context and skills will be put into practice by working on live projects such as the York Literary Review, taking…
    • Postgraduate Taught
    • September 2021
    • York campus
  • Throughout history religion has shaped individuals, societies, cultures and political movements. Religion is as important today as it has ever been, and understanding it is vital to understanding our modern world.
    • Undergraduate
    • September 2021
    • York campus
    • Foundation year available
    Clearing places available
  • This course emphasises the importance of understanding the current religious climate and the interrelation of secular and religious communities. We consider the representation of religion in the media and popular culture, its…
    • Postgraduate Taught
    • September 2021
    • York campus
  • These subjects are at the heart of some of the most urgent and important debates in the contemporary world. If you want to tackle the big questions in life, engage with complex philosophical ideas and explore what it means to be…
    • Undergraduate
    • September 2021
    • York campus
    • Foundation year available
    Clearing places available

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