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University of Chester: War, Conflict and Society

Institution University of Chester
Department History and Archaeology
Study type Taught


This innovative MA course will challenge you to think critically about the impact of warfare on past societies and how the historical legacies of conflict resonate in our world today. It offers a broad and in-depth exploration of these themes, allowing you to gain advanced expertise in historical research and scholarship.

Why study this course with us?

The course offers an excellent opportunity to explore the social history of warfare within a European and a global context. This broad historical narrative will provide you with the opportunity to study specific themes in depth, to understand the form and nature of warfare through the ages, and to contribute to the academic debate surrounding the relationship between conflict and society.

The County of Cheshire has had a long association with war and conflict. Chester has been the site of a siege, of convalescence and a reception centre for refugees displaced by conflict, and is also home to the Cheshire Military Museum and archive.


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