You will develop skills in both disciplines, learning to evaluate the ways that Literature informs History and History informs Literature. You will become a sophisticated reader of historical context and literary form from the medieval period to the present day.
Sam Taylor, History
"I spent an exchange semester in the US, where I met a leading Kennedy historian whom I interviewed for my dissertation" - read more about Sam Taylor, History
Kyle, English Literature
"When I moved in I felt a sense of belonging in the tightly knit community. The staff at Keele always go the extra mile for students and offer immense academic and mental support"
Zahra, English Literature
"I really enjoy how versatile the module choices are for English Literature. There are plenty of options depending on your reading preferences and there is flexibility within modules, as various texts are explored"
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