Our research students can take advantage of a varied and challenging research training programme, with general research skills training and research methodologies courses provided through the School and subject-specific training provided within the institutes.
The School is a member of the AHRC-funded London Arts and Humanities Partnership (LAHP) ) together with King's College London and UCL. The 2016 competition for fully-funded studentships will open in December 2015.
Medieval to early modern art, and Surrealism.
Cultural, social, religious and economic history of the Roman world, Ancient Greek and Latin texts, and Papyrology.
Gender and sexuality, and Cultural studies.
British, Commonwealth, Latin American, Political, Metropolitan, Historical geography, Cultural and intellectual history.
Refugee and development studies.
Gender and sexuality, Cultural studies (French and Francophone, Spanish and Latin American, German and Italian cultural studies, Cultural memory, and Film.)
Colonial history and geography.
International economic law (IMF & WTO) and law and EU reform.
Dhan Zunino Singh (Argentina)
PhD topic: The history of the Buenos Aires underground railways (c.1880-1940)
"I found the Institute of Historical Research a perfect place to study. It has a centre devoted to the history of the metropolis and it is very well networked with archives, libraries, and museums which are useful for my research.”