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A quick question on history at Christ Church, Oxford.

I'll be applying to read history there next year and was wondering about the historical methods course, in particular, "Historiography: Tacitus to Weber."

Is this course taught in classes or tutorials, or both? How often is it given only in tutorials?

And if it is only in a class, what is the class like?

Thanks very much.
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A quick question on history at Christ Church, Oxford.

I'll be applying to read history there next year and was wondering about the historical methods course, in particular, "Historiography: Tacitus to Weber."

Is this course taught in classes or tutorials, or both? How often is it given only in tutorials?

And if it is only in a class, what is the class like?

Thanks very much.
I can find only this:

https://weblearn.ox.ac.uk/access/con..._prelim-1.html

You would do better asking in the Oxford forum.
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I can find only this:

https://weblearn.ox.ac.uk/access/con..._prelim-1.html

You would do better asking in the Oxford forum.
Much thanks for the help.
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Much thanks for the help.
The Oxford History department's site is considerably more useful than the general university site in terms of information about what and how you study. Have a look at http://www.history.ox.ac.uk/prospect...ngle-hons.html if you haven't done so already.
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