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Hi I’m starting Lancaster university next year and was wondering if I could get some summer reading started, anyone know any good material?
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Hopefully your university will provide a summer reading list that you can look at. What modules will you be looking at? I am a 2nd year history student (not at Lancaster) but can point you towards some good books
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The fall of Rome, how imperialism made the modern world are two of the modules for first year
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Hi I’m starting Lancaster university next year and was wondering if I could get some summer reading started, anyone know any good material?
Hello,
it's probably a bit too early to be able to contact anyone yet, but once all the places have been confirmed and your Moodle page is set up, you should be able to contact lecturers and head of part I in order to ask for a reading list. I don't think you'll be given one ahead of time.
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The fall of Rome, how imperialism made the modern world are two of the modules for first year
Hey, whilst you wait for your reading lists from the university you might want to check out JSTOR, who host journal articles and have enabled open access because of the current pandemic. It should be easier than trying to read whole books without something to look for and journal articles can break it down so you're looking at something more specific. Feel free to check out the links below

https://www.jstor.org/open/search/?t...y=fall+of+rome
https://www.jstor.org/open/search/?t...m+modern+world
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Hey, whilst you wait for your reading lists from the university you might want to check out JSTOR, who host journal articles and have enabled open access because of the current pandemic. It should be easier than trying to read whole books without something to look for and journal articles can break it down so you're looking at something more specific. Feel free to check out the links below

https://www.jstor.org/open/search/?t...y=fall+of+rome
https://www.jstor.org/open/search/?t...m+modern+world
Thank you !!!!
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Thank you !!!!
No worries, would rather point you to some easier reads than a book that might not cover anything close to your syllabus for your first semester
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