DPhil, MPhil, MSc, MSt
Graduate historians at Wadham are engaged in studying and researching a diverse range of eras, themes, places and people.
Wadham admits students for the following postgraduate courses, further details of which can be found on the Faculty website:
DPhil History (full- or part-time)
DPhil History of Art (full- or part-time)
DPhil History of Science & Medicine (full- or part-time)
DPhil History: Economic & Social History (full- or part-time)
MPhil in History
MSt in History (full- or part-time)
MPhil/MSc Economic & Social History
MPhil/MSc History of Science, Medicine & Technology
MPhil/MSt Modern British & European History
MPhil/MSt Late Antique & Byzantine Studies
MSt in Global and Imperial History
MSt History of Art & Visual Culture
MSt Medieval History
MSt Medieval Studies
MSt US History
MSt Women's Studies
Dr Jane Garnett
Jane's research is on intellectual, cultural and religious history, predominantly of the nineteenth and twentieth centuries, including the study of gender and visual culture over wider periods.
Dr George Southcombe
George's research focuses on two broad, overlapping areas: the history of seventeenth-century dissent, and the relationship between early modern literature and history.
Dr Matthew Kempshall
Matthew Kempshall works on the transmission and transformation of aspects of the classical tradition within medieval and early Renaissance Europe.