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148.105 The World Since 190015 credits
A survey of the international, political, economic, social, scientific and technological developments shaping the world since 1900.

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148.111 A History of the World15 credits
A history of the development of human societies in their physical and cultural environments from the earliest times to the present day. The colonisation of the globe by humans and their interaction with the environment is one central theme. Another is questioning why different societies developed in different ways. A third is the consequences of their eventual interaction with one another.

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148.113 Early Medieval England15 credits
An introduction to the political and social cultures of early medieval England from the ninth to the twelfth centuries, including Viking incursions and settlement during the ninth and tenth centuries and the Norman Conquest of 1066 and its aftermath.

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148.114 Making New Zealand: A Survey to 191415 credits
A survey of New Zealand social, political, economic and environmental history to 1914.

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148.116 Introduction to Medieval Europe 1200-150015 credits
An introductory survey course on the history of Medieval Europe examining the development of political institutions, society and culture.

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148.120 Blockbusters and Biopics: History at the Movies15 credits
The ways in which popular culture shapes our understanding of the past are examined through recent movies.

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148.121 Early Christianity: Jewish Origins to Imperial Religion15 credits
The development of Christianity from its Jewish apocalyptic beginnings to its adoption as the official religion of the Roman Empire and its continued spread in the post-imperial West.

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148.204 The New Zealand Wars15 credits
A study of the New Zealand Wars, focusing on the causes, campaigns and consequences.

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148.205 New Zealand Politics Since 189015 credits
A survey focusing on New Zealand political history in its economic and social context and international affairs from the 1890s to the present.

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148.208 Revolutionary Europe 1750-185015 credits
A survey of European history in the age when the French revolution and the industrial revolution transformed the old social order, with particular reference to Great Britain.

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148.212 The Crusades15 credits
A study of medieval European holy war.

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148.213 Modern United States History15 credits
A survey of the social and political history of the United States of America since the Civil War.

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148.216 The Tudors and the English Reformation15 credits
A study of political and cultural issues related to the Tudor administrations and the Reformation of the English Church during the sixteenth century.

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148.217 Victoria's World15 credits
A study of the economic, social and cultural history of Britain and its empire from about 1830 to World War I.

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148.218 The Vikings15 credits
A study of Viking contacts in Europe during the 8th-11th centuries, with a focus on the political, economic, social and religious contexts of the migrations to and settlements in the north-eastern Atlantic (France, England, Ireland, Scotland and Iceland).

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148.220 The Second World War15 credits
A survey of the Second World War which is both thematic and chronological.

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148.221 The Black Death and Other Plagues, 1300-170015 credits
A study of epidemic disease and its effects in medieval and early modern Europe.

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148.222 Popular Culture in Medieval Europe15 credits
A study of popular culture and belief in medieval Europe with a focus on the ways religion shaped social customs and attitudes.

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148.223 Islam: Religion and Society15 credits
An introductory survey of Islamic history, particularly in the medieval Middle East, focussing on how Muslims have sought to construct societies consistent with religious principles.

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148.251 A Military History of the First World War15 credits
This course is an examination of the strategy, tactics, technology and military implications of the First World War.

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148.301 English Radicalism15 credits
A study of political, working-class, middle-class, religious and intellectual movements in England of the period 1750-1870.

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148.313 The French Revolution15 credits
A study of political and social change in France between 1789 and 1799.

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148.316 New Zealand Between the Wars15 credits
A study of developments in the period between the two World Wars.

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148.317 New Zealand Religious History15 credits
The institutional and social history of religion in New Zealand from the missionary age to the present.

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148.324 Late Medieval England15 credits
Study of the culture and society of fourteenth and fifteenth century England.

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148.329 Fascism15 credits
A survey of the origins and nature of Fascism, mainly but not exclusively in Europe between the World Wars.

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148.331 Germany's Long Century, 1871-199115 credits
A thematic and generally chronological survey of German history from 1871 to 1991.

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148.332 Radical Nation: How Protest Changed NZ & the World15 credits
This course examines the success and long term impact of protest in New Zealand along with its contribution to protest movements and outcomes in the rest of the world. Models are tested against New Zealand case studies including the Women's Liberation Movement, the Nuclear Free Pacific Campaign and the 1981 Springbok Tour.

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148.333 The Napoleonic Wars15 credits
An analysis of the Napoleonic Wars, 1799-1815, and their impact on politics and society.

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148.334 Sports History15 credits
An analysis of the relationship between sport and society, commencing with the development of sport in Britain during the second half of the nineteenth century and related topics such as sport and empire, women in sport and commercialism and nationalism in sport.

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148.335 The Great War and its Legacy15 credits
An exploration of the social, cultural, political and economic impacts and the longer term consequences of the Great War 1914-18.

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148.337 Māori Responses to Colonisation15 credits
An in-depth investigation of Māori efforts to retain and enhance tino rangatiratanga and mana motuhake since colonisation, both through engagement with the Crown and through the development of indigenous movements and inter-tribal cooperation.

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148.339 Court Culture in Late Medieval Europe15 credits
The course examines the ceremonies and arts (textual, visual and aural) that formed part of a 'Northern Renaissance' in fifteenth-century European courts, with an emphasis on the trend-setting Burgundian court, and on its urban context.

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148.720 Advanced Historiography30 credits
An examination of the relationship between ideas about the nature and meaning of history and the writing of history. The course concentrates on groups of historians who have propounded a philosophy of history and have been practitioners of the historian's art.

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148.730 Advanced Historical Methodology30 credits
A study of the theory and practice of historical research methodology.

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148.798 Research Report (30)30 credits
 

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148.799 Research Report (60)60 credits
 

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148.800 MPhil Thesis120 credits
A supervised and guided independent study resulting in a published work.

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148.801 MPhil Thesis 120 Credit Part 160 credits
A supervised and guided independent study resulting in a published work.

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148.802 MPhil Thesis 120 Credit Part 260 credits
A supervised and guided independent study resulting in a published work.

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148.816 Thesis 120 Credit Part 160 credits
A supervised and guided independent study resulting in a published work.

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148.817 Thesis 120 Credit Part 260 credits
A supervised and guided independent study resulting in a published work.

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148.899 Thesis120 credits
A supervised and guided independent study resulting in a published work.

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148.900 PhD History120 credits
 

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