There is a large range of available courses. Visiting Students would usually be expected to take one of seven outline British History papers or one of eighteen outline General History papers. Some optional further subjects may be available. However there may be restrictions on the terms in which specific papers are available.

Courses available

Any Term:  Prelims/FHS
History of the British Isles I: c.370-1087
History of the British Isles II: c.1042-1330
History of the British Isles III: c.1330-1550
History of the British Isles IV: c.1500-1700
History of the British Isles V: c.1685-1830
History of the British Isles VI: c.1815-1924
History of the British Isles VII:  Since 1900

Hilary Term only (January to March): Prelims
I: 370-900 Transformation of the Ancient World
II: 1000-1300 Medieval Christendom and its neighbours
III: 1400-1650 Renaissance, Recovery and Reform
IV: 1815-1914 Society, Nation and Empire

Any Term: FHS
General History I: 285-476
General History II: 476-750
General History III: 700-900
General History IV: 900-1150
General History V: 1100-1273
General History VI: 1273-1409
General History VII: 1409-1525
General History VIII: 1500-1618
General History IX: 1618-1715
General History X: 1715-1799
General History XI: 1789-1871
General History XII: 1856-1914
General History XIII: Europe Divided, 1914-1989
General History XIV: The Global Twentieth Century, 1930-2003
General History XV: Britain's North American Colonies: from settlement to independence, 1600-1812
General History XVI: From Colonies to Nation: the History of the United States 1776- 1877
General History XVII: The History of the United States since 1863
General History XVIII: Eurasian Empires 1450-1800
General History XIX: Imperial and Global History, 1750-1914

Advice on submitted written work

Please submit 2 recent essays relevant to the topics you are interested in pursuing at LMH.

Tutors and lecturers

Prof Michael Broers is a Fellow and CUF Lecturer; Professor of Western European History
Dr Grant Tapsell is a Fellow and CUF Lecturer in History

Dr Josh Gibson is a Stipendiary Lecturer in History