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littleduck
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Hi guys! I'm applying to university to study History this September and I'm looking for universities that teach women's history as part of their course, with little success. I'm interested in many elements of it, especially the power and influence of women as well as suffrage movement.
Do you know of any universities where I might be able to study these topics? Or any combination courses or electives I should consider?
I'm also interested in civil and LGBT* rights and more generally love social history so any help would be fantastic.
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(Original post by littleduck)
Hi guys! I'm applying to university to study History this September and I'm looking for universities that teach women's history as part of their course, with little success. I'm interested in many elements of it, especially the power and influence of women as well as suffrage movement.
Do you know of any universities where I might be able to study these topics? Or any combination courses or electives I should consider?
I'm also interested in civil and LGBT* rights and more generally love social history so any help would be fantastic.
I think there several will offer such courses, but don't know any offhand. To be honest, your best bet is simply to grind through all the universities in which you are interested to look at the modules they offer.
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I'm sure many universities will cover the topic. I'm going to UCLan and the elective modules mention women's history within the social history module (I think it was)


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I'm sure many universities will cover the topic. I'm going to UCLan and the elective modules mention women's history within the social history module (I think it was)


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That's great, I'll check it out, thank you!
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(Original post by littleduck)
Hi guys! I'm applying to university to study History this September and I'm looking for universities that teach women's history as part of their course, with little success. I'm interested in many elements of it, especially the power and influence of women as well as suffrage movement.
Do you know of any universities where I might be able to study these topics? Or any combination courses or electives I should consider?
I'm also interested in civil and LGBT* rights and more generally love social history so any help would be fantastic.
I love LGBT and women's history and my course at Oxford has definitely given me the opportunity to indulge these interests
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As far as I'm aware, almost all universities offer modules in women's history. It might not be until your 2nd/3rd years, but there will definitely be an option
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