Politics dominates the news and affects our everyday lives, from how we choose those who govern us to how much tax we pay. However, today’s politics is shaped and moulded by historical events. In this course, you’ll explore key historical trends whilst assessing their impact on contemporary politics.
Sam Taylor, History and Politics, MRes History
"During the second year of my degree, I spent an exchange semester in the United States where I met a leading Kennedy historian whom I later interviewed for my History dissertation" - read more about Sam Taylor, History and Politics, MRes History
Stephen Barber, Poliltics
"Keele prepared me for my future as I had the opportunity to get involved in incredible extra curricular activities such as debating in Model UN" - read more about Stephen Barber, Poliltics
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