Visiting students normally take one major subject (8 tutorials) and one minor subject (4 tutorials) each term.  

Please select your tutorial options from the range of courses listed below. Not all courses are available every term and, although every effort will be made to accommodate interests, the availability of a course cannot be guaranteed. On arrival at Oxford visiting students will identify their courses for the coming term and, as far as possible, for subsequent terms.  Visiting students may in addition be directed to lectures and seminars; and they may choose to attend other seminars and lectures on the lecture list. 

Comparative Politics
 
Introduction to the Practice of Politics*^
Comparative Government*
Comparative Political Economy
 
 
International Relations
 
International Relations*
International Relations in the Era of Two World Wars*
International Relations in the Era of the Cold War*
The Politics of the European Union
 
 
Politics in Particular Countries/Regions
 
British Politics and Government since 1900
Modern British Government and Politics
Government and Politics of the United States
Politics in Europe
Politics in Russia and the Former Soviet Union
Politics in Sub-Saharan Africa*
Politics in Latin America
Politics in South Asia*
Politics in the Middle East*
The Government and Politics of Japan
The Government and Politics of China
 
Political Theory
 
Introduction to the Theory of Politics*^
Theory of Politics*
Political Thought: Plato to Rousseau*
Political Thought: Bentham to Weber*
Marx and Marxism
 
Sociology
 
Political Sociology*
Sociological Theory
Social Policy
Comparative Demographic Systems
 
*Taught in college
^Introductory courses not suitable for political science majors

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 Robin Harding is a Fellow and Associate Professor of Government
Mr Udit Bhatia is Lecturer in Political Theory