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Anglo-Saxon England and the Norman Conquest, AD...

Dr Benjamin Pohl, Bristol University

Britain in the Age of Revolution, 1783-1832

Dr Sarah Richardson, Warwick University

British History: Six Key Elections, 1906-51

Prof. Adrian Smith, Southampton University

British India, 1601-1947

Dr Christopher Harding, Edinburgh University

Charlemagne and the Carolingian Empire, 768-814

Prof. Rosamond McKitterick, Cambridge University

Charles II, James II and the Glorious Revolutio...

Dr David Smith, Cambridge University

France in the Reign of Henry IV, 1589-1610

Dr Tom Hamilton, Cambridge University

Henry VIII and the English Reformation, 1509-47

Dr Tracey Sowerby, Oxford University

Ireland in the 20th Century, 1912-Present

Prof. Brian Girvin, Glasgow University

Liberals and Conservatives, 1846-95

Edward Hicks, Oxford University

Mexico and the War on Drugs, 1492-Present

Dr Benjamin Smith, Warwick University

Milton and the English Civil War: Charles I

Prof. Diane Purkiss, Oxford University

Milton and the English Civil War: Cromwell

Prof. Diane Purkiss, Oxford University

Napoleon, 1795-1815

Prof. Michael Broers, Oxford University

Slavery and the US Civil War, 1775-1865

Prof. Tim Lockley, Warwick University

The 1848 Revolutions

Dr Michael Rapport, Glasgow University

The Bourbon Restoration, 1814-30

Dr Michael Rapport, Glasgow University

The British Civil Wars, 1639-51

Prof. John Morrill, Cambridge University

The Congress of Vienna, 1814-15

Dr Michael Rapport, Glasgow University

The Crusader States in the Mid-12th Century and...

Dr Nicholas Morton, Nottingham Trent University

The End of the British Empire, 1945-1968

Dr Simon Potter, Bristol University

The First Crusade, 1095-99

Dr Nicholas Morton, Nottingham Trent University

The Founding of the Crusader States, 1099-1144

Dr Nicholas Morton, Nottingham Trent University

The French Revolution, 1789-99

Dr Tom Stammers, Durham University

The French Wars of Religion, 1562-98

Prof. Mark Greengrass, Sheffield University

The French Wars of Religion, 1562-98

Prof. Penny Roberts, Warwick University

The German Reformation, 1517-63

Prof. Beat Kümin, Warwick University

The High Noon of Empire, 1815-1902

Dr Sascha Auerbach, Nottingham University

The Holocaust; Nazis and Other Europeans, 1939-45

Dr Mark Levene, Southampton University

The Political Thought of Karl Marx

Prof. Terrell Carver, Bristol University

The Reign of Charles I, 1625-49

Dr David Smith, Cambridge University

The Reign of Elizabeth I, 1558-1603

Dr Susan Doran, Oxford University

The Reign of Elizabeth I, 1558-1603: The Cathol...

Prof. John Morrill, Cambridge University

The Reign of Elizabeth I, 1558-1603: The Succes...

Prof. John Morrill, Cambridge University

The Reign of James I, 1567-1625

Dr David Smith, Cambridge University

The Reigns of Edward VI and Mary I, 1547-58

Dr Susan Doran, Oxford University

The Rise and Spread of Islam, c. 650-750

Dr Amira Bennison, Cambridge University

The Rise of Italian Fascism, 1911-39

Dr Hannah Malone, Cambridge University

The Russian Revolution, 1917-21

Dr Mark Levene, Southampton University

The Scottish Enlightenment

Dr Anna Plassart, Open University

The Second Crusade, 1144-48

Dr Nicholas Morton, Nottingham Trent University

The Unification of Germany, 1815-71

Dr Anna Ross, Oxford University

The Unification of Italy, 1796-1871

Dr Marcella Sutcliffe, Cambridge University

The USA and Japan, 1941-52

Dr Christopher Harding, Edinburgh University

The US Civil Rights Movement, c. 1945-70

Dr Tom Davies, Sussex University

The Vietnam War, 1945-75

Dr Patrick Hagopian, Lancaster University

The Weimar Republic, 1918-33

Prof. Benjamin Ziemann, Sheffield University

The Witch Craze in Britain, Europe and North Am...

Mr Robin Briggs, Oxford University

Thucydides

Prof. Neville Morley, Exeter University

US Civil Rights, 1865-1941

Prof. Robert Cook, Sussex University

World War I: Causes and Origins, 1815-1914

Dr Sascha Auerbach, Nottingham University

World War I: The Military Strategies of the Gre...

Dr Rob Johnson, Oxford University

English Literature

18th-Century Literature: An Introduction

Dr James Smith, Royal Holloway, London

Achebe: Things Fall Apart

Prof. Stephen Morton, Southampton University

Achebe: Things Fall Apart

Prof. Lyn Innes, Kent University

Brontë: Jane Eyre

Dr Alfie Bown, Hang Seng Management College, Hong Kong

Brontë: Wuthering Heights

Dr Alfie Bown, Hang Seng Management College, Hong Kong

Capote: In Cold Blood

Dr Christopher Pittard, Portsmouth University

Chaucer and Story Patterns in Middle English Li...

Dr Carolyne Larrington, Oxford University

Chaucer: The Canterbury Tales

Dr Marion Turner, Oxford University

Chaucer: The Wife of Bath's Prologue and Tale

Dr Anna Caughey, Oxford University

Chopin: The Awakening

Prof. Helen Taylor, Exeter University

Collins: The Moonstone

Dr Christopher Pittard, Portsmouth University

Conrad: Heart of Darkness

Prof. Robert Hampson, Royal Holloway, London

Conrad: Heart of Darkness

Prof. Cedric Watts, Sussex University

Conrad: Heart of Darkness

Dr Keith Carabine, Kent University

Conrad: The Secret Agent

Prof. Cedric Watts, Sussex University

Dickens: A Christmas Carol

Prof. John Bowen, York University

Dickens: David Copperfield

Dr Alfie Bown, Hang Seng Management College, Hong Kong

Dickens: David Copperfield

Dr Aleksandar Stević, Cambridge University

Dickens: Hard Times

Dr Alfie Bown, Hang Seng Management College, Hong Kong

Dickens: Hard Times

Prof. John Bowen, York University

Eliot: The Mill on the Floss

Dr John Rignall, Warwick University

Ford Madox Ford: The Good Soldier

Prof. Max Saunders, King's College, London

Ford: 'Tis Pity She’s a Whore

Prof. John Lennard, Independent Scholar

Ford: 'Tis Pity She’s a Whore

Prof. Lisa Hopkins, Sheffield Hallam University

Forster: A Room With a View

Prof. Max Saunders, King's College, London

Gothic Literature

Elly McCausland, York University

Gothic Literature

Prof. John McRae, Nottingham University

Hardy: Tess of the D'Urbervilles

Mrs Karen Hewitt, Oxford University

Ibsen: A Doll's House

Dr Sophie Duncan, Oxford University

Ishiguro: Never Let Me Go

Dr Richard Robinson, Swansea University

Jonson: Volpone

Prof. Matthew Steggle, Sheffield Hallam University

Joyce: Dubliners

Nicholas Collins, Warwick University

Larkin: The Less Deceived

Prof. Seamus Perry, Oxford University

Larkin: The Whitsun Weddings

Prof. John McRae, Nottingham University

Love Through the Ages

Prof. John McRae, Nottingham University

Marlowe: Doctor Faustus

Prof. Lisa Hopkins, Sheffield Hallam University

Marlowe: The Jew of Malta

Prof. Lisa Hopkins, Sheffield Hallam University

McEwan: Atonement

Dr Allison Adler Kroll, Oxford University

Middleton: The Revenger's Tragedy

Prof. John Lennard, Independent Scholar

Milton and the English Civil War: Charles I

Prof. Diane Purkiss, Oxford University

Milton and the English Civil War: Cromwell

Prof. Diane Purkiss, Oxford University

Milton: Paradise Lost: Religious and Literary B...

Dr Edmund White, Oxford University

Modernist Literature

Dr James Christie, Warwick University

Pat Barker: Regeneration

Prof. John McRae, Nottingham University

Poetry: How to Read and Analyse Poetry

Prof. John Lennard, Independent Scholar

Poetry: Introduction to Poetic Form

Ms Stephanie Yorke, Oxford University

Robert Browning: My Last Duchess

Mr Clive Wilmer, Cambridge University

Seneca and Early Modern Drama

Dr Helen Slaney, Oxford University

Shakespeare: A Midsummer Night's Dream

Prof. Diane Purkiss, Oxford University

Shakespeare and History

Dr Harriet Archer, Newcastle University

Shakespeare: Antony and Cleopatra

Prof. John Lennard, Independent Scholar

Shakespeare: Coriolanus

Dr Martin Wiggins, The Shakespeare Institute

Shakespeare: Hamlet

Prof. John Lennard, Independent Scholar

Shakespeare: Henry IV, Part I

Prof. John Roe, York University

Shakespeare: Henry V

Prof. John Roe, York University

Shakespeare: King Lear

Prof. John Lennard, Independent Scholar

Shakespeare: Macbeth

Mr Stephen Siddall, Independent Scholar

Shakespeare: Measure for Measure

Prof. John Roe, York University

Shakespeare: Much Ado About Nothing

Prof. John Lennard, Independent Scholar

Shakespeare on Stage

Prof. Tiffany Stern, Royal Holloway, London

Shakespeare: Othello

Prof. John Lennard, Independent Scholar

Shakespeare: Romeo & Juliet

Prof. John Lennard, Independent Scholar

Shakespeare: The Merchant of Venice

Dr Christie Carson, Royal Holloway, London

Shakespeare: The Tempest

Dr Charles Moseley, Cambridge University

Shakespeare: The Winter's Tale

Dr Charles Moseley, Cambridge University

Shakespeare: Titus Andronicus

Dr Andrew Zurcher, Cambridge University

Shakespeare: Troilus and Cressida

Prof. Cedric Watts, Sussex University

Shakespeare: Twelfth Night

Dr Sophie Duncan, Oxford University

Shelley: Frankenstein

Prof. David Punter, Bristol University

Sir Gawain and the Green Knight

Dr Marion Turner, Oxford University

Stevenson: Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde

Prof. Nick Groom, Exeter University

Stoker: Dracula

Prof. David Punter, Bristol University

Tennyson: Maud

Prof. Seamus Perry, Oxford University

The Medieval Revival in Victorian Literature

Dr Gabriel Schenk, Oxford University

The Poetry and Prose of Seamus Heaney

Dr Rosie Lavan, Trinity College, Dublin

The Poetry of Christina Rossetti

Dr Ross Wilson, Cambridge University

The Poetry of Emily Dickinson

Dr Linda Freedman, University College, London

The Poetry of Emily Dickinson

Dr Páraic Finnerty, Portsmouth University

The Poetry of John Donne

Dr Anna Beer, Oxford University

The Poetry of John Keats

Prof. Jon Mee, York University

The Poetry of John Keats

Dr Ross Wilson, Cambridge University

The Poetry of John Keats: The Odes

Dr Corinna Russell, Cambridge University

The Poetry of Lord Byron

Prof. Sir Drummond Bone, Oxford University

The Poetry of Robert Browning

Dr Gavin Sourgen, Oxford University

The Poetry of Samuel Taylor Coleridge

Prof. Seamus Perry, Oxford University

The Poetry of Sylvia Plath

Prof. Diane Purkiss, Oxford University

The Poetry of the Victorian Period

Prof. Valentine Cunningham, Oxford University

The Poetry of Thomas Hardy

Prof. John McRae, Nottingham University

The Poetry of T. S. Eliot

Prof. Seamus Perry, Oxford University

The Poetry of W. B. Yeats

Dr Peter Howarth, Queen Mary, University of London

The Poetry of William Wordsworth

Dr Tom Mole, Edinburgh University

The Poetry of William Wordsworth

Prof. Keith Hanley, Lancaster University

The Supernatural: A Complete History

Prof. Nick Groom, Exeter University

Tragedy: A Complete History

Prof. John Lennard, Independent Scholar

Victorian Literature and Darwin's Origin of Spe...

Dr Will Abberley, Oxford University

Webster: The Duchess of Malfi

Prof. John Lennard, Independent Scholar

Webster: The White Devil

Prof. John Lennard, Independent Scholar

Wide Sargasso Sea and Jane Eyre

Janelle Rodriques, Newcastle University

Wilde: The Picture of Dorian Gray

Prof. Nick Groom, Exeter University

Williams: A Streetcar Named Desire

Prof. John McRae, Nottingham University

Woolf: Mrs Dalloway: Narrative Technique and Ma...

Dr Sowon Park, Oxford University

Classics

Aeschylus: Agamemnon

Dr Oliver Thomas, Nottingham University

Alexander the Great

Prof. Paul Cartledge, Cambridge University

Ancient Sparta

Prof. Paul Cartledge, Cambridge University

Aristophanes: Acharnians

Dr Rosie Wyles, Kent University

Aristophanes and Athens

Dr Rosie Wyles, Kent University

Aristophanes: Clouds

Dr James Robson, Open University

Aristophanes: Frogs

Dr Rosie Wyles, Kent University

Aristophanes: Introduction

Prof. Edith Hall, King's College, London

Aristotle: Nicomachean Ethics

Prof. Anthony Price, Birkbeck College, London

Art and Architecture in the Greek World

Prof. Amy Smith, Reading University

Athenian Democracy

Prof. Robin Osborne, Cambridge University

Athenian Democracy

Prof. P. J. Rhodes, Durham University

Augustus and the City of Rome

Dr Matthew Nicholls, Reading University

Augustus through Coins

Prof. Kevin Butcher, Warwick University

Cicero: De Imperio

Dr Alison Rosenblitt, Oxford University

Cicero: De Imperio

Dr Henriette van der Blom, Glasgow University

Cicero: Pro Milone

Dr Andrew Sillett, Oxford University

Cicero: Six Key Speeches

Dr Andrew Sillett, Oxford University

Comic Drama in the Ancient World

Prof. John Wilkins, Exeter University

Comparative Linguistics

Prof. Geoff Horrocks, Cambridge University

Democracy: Ancient and Modern

Prof. Paul Cartledge, Cambridge University

Euripides: Electra

Prof. Judith Mossman, Nottingham University

Euripides: Hippolytus

Dr James Morwood, Oxford University

Euripides: Medea

Dr Lucy Jackson, King's College, London

Euripides: Medea

Prof. Judith Mossman, Nottingham University

Euripides: The Bacchae

Prof. Richard Seaford, Exeter University

Greek Tragedy and Comedy: An Introduction

Dr Rosie Wyles, Kent University

Greek Tragedy and Comedy: The Chorus

Dr Laura Swift, Open University

Greek Tragedy: Ritual and Religion

Prof. Richard Seaford, Exeter University

Greek Tragedy: The Music of Greek Tragedy

Dr Armand D'Angour, Oxford University

Herodotus: Histories

Prof. Robin Osborne, Cambridge University

Homer: Iliad

Prof. Barbara Graziosi, Durham University

Homer: Iliad

Prof. Richard Jenkyns, Oxford University

Homer: Odyssey

Prof. Edith Hall, King's College, London

Homer: The Worlds of the Iliad and Odyssey

Dr Elton Barker, Open University

Lysias: Against Simon

Prof. Edward Harris, Durham University

Ovid: Metamorphoses (Book 3.511-733)

Dr Llewelyn Morgan, Oxford University

Plato: Apology

Prof. Angie Hobbs, Sheffield University

Plato: Euthyphro and Meno

Dr Nakul Krishna, Cambridge University

Plato: Republic

Dr Nakul Krishna, Cambridge University

Plautus: The Brothers Menaechmus and the Swagge...

Prof. John Wilkins, Exeter University

Seneca and Early Modern Drama

Dr Helen Slaney, Oxford University

Sophocles: Antigone

Prof. Edith Hall, King's College, London

Sophocles: Oedipus Tyrannus

Dr Rosie Wyles, Kent University

Tacitus: Annals: Book 1

Dr Christopher Whitton, Cambridge University

Tacitus: Annals: Book 15

Dr Ed Bispham, Oxford University

Tacitus: Annals: Book 4

Dr Ed Bispham, Oxford University

The Invention of the Barbarian

Prof. Edith Hall, King's College, London

The Poetry of Catullus

Dr Llewelyn Morgan, Oxford University

Thucydides

Prof. Neville Morley, Exeter University

Tragedy: A Complete History

Prof. John Lennard, Independent Scholar

Virgil: Aeneid

Dr Llewelyn Morgan, Oxford University

Virgil: Aeneid

Prof. Richard Jenkyns, Oxford University

Virgil: Aeneid: Book 10

Dr Llewelyn Morgan, Oxford University

Virgil: Aeneid: Book 6

Prof. Philip Hardie, Cambridge University

Philosophy

Aristotle: Nicomachean Ethics

Prof. Anthony Price, Birkbeck College, London

Berkeley: Principles of Human Knowledge

Prof. Tom Stoneham, York University

Descartes: Discourse on the Method

Prof. Tom Sorell, Warwick University

Descartes: Meditations on First Philosophy

Prof. John Cottingham, Reading University

Hegel: Phenomenology of Spirit

Prof. Robert Stern, Sheffield University

Hume: An Enquiry Concerning Human Understanding

Prof. Helen Beebee, Manchester University

Kant: Groundwork of the Metaphysics of Morals

Prof. Adrian Moore, Oxford University

Medieval Philosophy

Prof. John Marenbon, Cambridge University

Mind-Body Dualism

Dr Cressida Gaukroger, University College, London

Nietzsche and the Death of God

Prof. Ken Gemes, Birkbeck College, London

Nietzsche: On the Genealogy of Morality

Mr Ben Martin, Oxford University

Philosophy of Religion: The Existence of God

Prof. John Cottingham, Reading University

Plato: Apology

Prof. Angie Hobbs, Sheffield University

Plato: Euthyphro and Meno

Dr Nakul Krishna, Cambridge University

Plato: Republic

Dr Nakul Krishna, Cambridge University

Sartre: Being and Nothingness

Mrs Kate Kirkpatrick, Oxford University

Schopenhauer: World as Will and Representation

Prof. Chris Janaway, Southampton University

Spinoza: Ethics

Prof. Susan James, Birkbeck College, London

The Ethics of Art

Dr Sacha Golob, King's College, London

The Ethics of War

Dr Michael Gibb, Oxford University

The Philosophy of Equality

Dr Nikolas Kirby, Oxford University

The Philosophy of Free Will

Prof. Thomas Pink, King's College, London

The Philosophy of Kierkegaard

Prof. Genia Schönbaumsfeld, Southampton University

The Political Thought of Karl Marx

Prof. Terrell Carver, Bristol University

The Scottish Enlightenment

Dr Anna Plassart, Open University

Utilitarianism

Claire Benn, Van Leer Jerusalem Institute