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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

Cultures of Knowledge

Cultures of Knowledge

Established in 2009, and <link http://www.culturesofknowledge.org/?page_id=2>now...

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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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Oxford Dictionary of National Biography

Oxford Dictionary of...

The <link http://www.oxforddnb.com/>Oxford Dictionary of National...

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Early Modern History

Early Modern History

Oxford has long been a leading centre for the study of early modern history, and recent developments in the Faculty have renewed and diversified this tradition. Ground-breaking work on the Reformation and the Civil War continues, along with new research into social structure, the law, and the relations between literature, religion and politics. Irish history is a major interest. Oxford’s early...

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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