We’re offering a 30 credit point multidisciplinary humanities subject in 2017 based in Sheffield, United Kingdom!
The subject will run from June 25 – July 11, and will include visits to London, York, Manchester and Haworth (home of the Brontës).
We’ll be exploring the history and culture of northern England and its critical role in the rise and decline of modern industrial Britain and the British Empire. You’ll look at how the city of Sheffield – famously depicted in the 1997 film, The Full Monty – is responding to the contemporary challenges of reinventing traditions and cultures.
Eligible students will have completed their first year of a Bachelors degree in the Humanities and Social Sciences (on any campus). You can also check out last year’s itinerary, as a sample for the 2017 tour.
To register your interest and find out more, please email Dr Emma Robertson, Senior Lecturer in History
The expected cost is AUD $6,500 (including flights, travel insurance, accommodation and site fees) in addition to your normal tuition fees. OS-Help loans are available.
For more information visit the subject page HUS2IST in the Subject Search Database.