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The research interests of members of the Oxford History Faculty cover the entire spectrum of history since Antiquity. They range from the early middle ages to the present, from Britain to Asia, and from the history of population to the history of art and ideas. In this section you can find out about the historical periods and research centres we work within, our numerous research projects, and our rich international programme of research seminars.

Featured Research Projects

Oxford Dictionary of National Biography

Oxford Dictionary of...

The Oxford Dictionary of National Biography is the national record of 60,000 men...

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Everyday Life and Fatal Hazard

Everyday Life and Fatal...

Tudor England was a dangerous place. There were plagues and wars, perilous...

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The Gascon Rolls

The Gascon Rolls

In 1152 the future King Henry II Plantagenet of England married the divorced...

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Britain and Continental Europe in the Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries

Britain and Continental Europe in the...

Study of nineteenth century British, Irish, European and Jewish history at Oxford is unrivalled in its range and variety. The faculty is a dynamic centre for historians whose work ranges from the local and urban to national, imperial, international, transnational and comparative approaches. Geographically, we specialize in Britain and Ireland, France, Germany, Italy, the Habsburg Monarchy and...

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Featured Research Centres

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Faculty of History
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Oxford OX1 2RL
United Kingdom

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Tel: +44 1865 615000
Fax: +44 1865 250704

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For information on graduate admissions, contact:
graduate.admissions(at)history.ox.ac.uk

For information on undergraduate admissions, contact:
schools.liaison(at)history.ox.ac.uk