Through Religions Studies, you learn the place, role and influence of religion and religions in human culture, with a specific focus on Europe. Religion is also a key factor in any study of Europe – particularly Europe in the Middle Ages – an area of particular expertise in History at Kent. Studying History you learn how to approach and critically analyse many types of sources within their proper contexts, and gain an understanding of exactly how they have impacted upon different individuals, groups and events – both in the past and today. Both subjects follow a modular structure allowing students to tailor their studies to their own interests.
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