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  1. Recommended for purchase 1 item
    1. History: a beginner's guide - David Nash 2016

      Book  Professor Nash’s book will be discussed in the majority of seminars

  2. Note on weekly readings 1 item
    1. Please see the Moodle site for any additional readings for each week

  3. Introduction to seminar topics 26 items
    1. Dr Bashor’s seminar groups: Transnationalism, Policy Development, Race Relations, and Multiculturalism 6 items
      1. Rethinking anti-racisms: from theory to practice - Floya Anthias, Cathie Lloyd 2002

        Book 

      2. Community cohesion: a new framework for race and diversity - Ted Cantle 2005

        Book 

      3. Resistance to multiculturalism: issues and interventions - Jeffery Scott Mio, Gene I. Awakuni c2000

        Book 

      4. Rethinking multiculturalism: cultural diversity and political theory - Bhikhu C. Parekh 2006

        Book 

      5. Race and education: policy and politics in Britain - Sally Tomlinson 2008

        Book 

      6. Transnationalism - Steven Vertovec 2009

        Book 

    2. Professor Nash’s seminar groups: History of Witchcraft 9 items
      1. Witches and witch-hunts: a global history - Wolfgang Behringer 2004

        Book 

      2. Enemies of God: the witch-hunt in Scotland - Christina Larner 1981

        Book 

    3. Dr Redvaldsen's seminar groups: Modern British Political History 7 items
      1. Your Britain: media and the making of the Labour Party - Laura Beers 2010

        Book 

      2. The Northern Ireland question in British politics - Peter Catterall, Sean McDougall 1996

        Book 

      3. Parties and people: England 1914-1951 - Ross McKibbin 2010

        Book 

      4. Popular politics in nineteenth-century England - Rohan McWilliam 1998

        Book 

      5. Popular politics in nineteenth-century England - Rohan McWilliam 1998

        Book 

    4. ‘Mock’ précis activity 1 item
    5. Article for précis assignment 3 items
      1. Dr Bashor’s seminar groups will use: 1 item
      2. Dr Redvaldsen's seminar groups will use: 1 item
      3. Professor Nash’s seminar groups will use: 1 item
  4. Course Textbooks and Recommended Reading 5 items
    1. History: a very short introduction - John Arnold 2000

      Book  provides an excellent concise overview

    2. History: a very short introduction - John Arnold 2000 (electronic resource)

      Book  provides an excellent concise overview

    3. Studying history - Jeremy Black, Donald M. MacRaild 2007

      Book  substantial introduction to studying History

    4. and/or

    5. History in practice - L. J. Jordanova 2006

      Book  more substantial introduction to studying History

  5. General works 19 items
    1. History skills: a student's handbook - Mary Abbott 2009

      Book 

    2. History: a very short introduction - John Arnold 2000 (electronic resource)

      Book 

    3. History: a very short introduction - John Arnold 2000

      Book 

    4. A student's guide to history - Jules R. Benjamin 2010 [i.e. 2009

      Book 

    5. Modern historiography: an introduction - Michael Bentley 1999

      Book 

    6. Modern historiography: an introduction - Michael Bentley 1998 (electronic resource)

      Book 

    7. Writing history: theory and practice - Stefan Berger, Heiko Feldner, Kevin Passmore 2010

      Book 

    8. What is cultural history? - Peter Burke 2004

      Book 

    9. History and social theory - Peter Burke, Peter Burke 1992

      Book 

    10. Our shadowed present: modernism, postmodernism and history - J. C. D. Clark 2003

      Book 

    11. In defence of history - Richard J. Evans 2000

      Book 

    12. Political theory: tradition and diversity - Andrew Vincent 1997

      Book 

    13. The Routledge companion to historical studies - Alun Munslow 2006

      Book 

    14. Why bother with history?: ancient, modern and postmodern motivations - Beverley C. Southgate 2000

      Book 

    15. Historians on history - John Tosh c2009

      Book 

    16. The pursuit of history - John Tosh, Sean Lang 2009

      Book 

  6. Books that explore studying at university in general may also be useful: 5 items
    1. Successful study for degrees - Rob Barnes 1995

      Book 

    2. The good study guide - Andrew Northedge 2005

      Book 

    3. Studying @ university: how to be a successful student - David McIlroy 2003

      Book 

    4. Studying @ university: how to be a successful student - David McIlroy, MyiLibrary 2003 (electronic resource)

      Book 

    5. Studying and learning at university: vital skills for success in your degree - Alan Pritchard c2008

      Book 

  7. Use topics to read about 73 items
    1. Introduction to Making History 5 items
      1. Chapter 4 of History skills: a student's handbook

        Chapter 

      2. Chapter 7 of Studying history

        Chapter 

    2. Using sources and archives 9 items
      1. Chapter 4 of Studying history

        Chapter 

      2. Chapter 1 of Historians on history

        Chapter 

    3. Essay Writing 6 items
      1. Chapter 7 of History skills: a student's handbook

        Chapter 

      2. Chapters 8 and 9 of Studying history

        Chapter 

      3. Chapter 6 of The pursuit of history

        Chapter 

    4. Extremism in Early Modern History 6 items
      1. The Mordbrenner Fear in Sixteenth-Century Germany - Bob Scribner Scribner

        Chapter 

      2. Cosmic War - Mark Juergensmeyer Juergensmeyer

        Chapter 

    5. Extremism in Modern History 4 items
      1. Violence: six sideways reflections - Slavoj Žižek 2008

        Book 

      2. Violence: six sideways reflections - Slavoj Žižek 2009 (electronic resource)

        Book 

    6. Oral History 7 items
      1. Oral History

        Webpage  Graham Smith’s introduction to oral history can be downloaded as a pdf from this site:

      2. The voice of the past: oral history - Paul Richard Thompson 2000

        Book 

      3. Oral history theory - Lynn Abrams 2010

        Book 

      4. Oral history theory - Lynn Abrams 2010 (electronic resource)

        Book 

    7. Effectively using feedback on your assessments 10 items
      1. Chapter 10 of The pursuit of history

        Chapter 

      2. Introduction, pp. 3-20 of The Routledge companion to historical studies

        Chapter 

      3. Chapter 6 of Historians on history

        Chapter 

    8. History and the Challenges of Modernism and Post-Modernism 7 items
      1. Chapter 5 of Studying history

        Chapter 

      2. Chapter 5 of The pursuit of history

        Chapter 

    9. Further Reading 19 items
      1. Professor Nash's Seminar groups 7 items
        1. Witches and witch-hunts: a global history - Wolfgang Behringer 2004

          Book 

      2. Dr Redvaldsen's seminar groups 4 items
      3. Dr Bashor's Seminar groups 8 items
        1. Race, Immigration and Asylum - Liza Schuster, John Solomos 06/2004

          Article