History Dissertation Repository Dissertation Repository to provide access to the excellent, archive-driven research undertaken by final-year History students. Subject areas include Modern British History, Medieval and Early Modern History, and Modern European, US and International History.
Writing History is History’s final-year capstone module, providing students with the opportunity to identify a research topic that interests them and to carry out independent primary research on this subject, resulting in the writing of a 10,000 word dissertation.
Newcastle University Theses. Welcome to our digital collection of Newcastle University theses, which is continually growing. Direct links to theses are now also available in Library Search. Accessibility. Communities in DSpace. Choose a community to browse its collections. Newcastle University. Discover. Author. 2 Alshehri, Mohammed Ali; 2 Brennan, Mary; 2 Clark, Sam; 2 Diaz Silvarrey, Laura.Department of History menu. Dissertations. Since 2009, we have published the best of the annual dissertations produced by our final year undergraduates and award a 'best dissertation of the year' prize to the best of the best. Best Dissertations of 2019; Best Dissertations of 2018; Best Dissertations of 2017; Best Dissertations of 2016; Best Dissertations of 2015; Best Dissertations of 2014.School of History. Prize winning dissertations from the School of History. School of Law. Guide to using the sample dissertations. The Potential Effects of Reduced Street Lighting on Crime: an Empirical Study of the 'Selective Part-Night Street Lighting' Scheme in Leeds. To what extent is terrorism a social construct? Radicalisation and Universities: A Critical Analysis of the Effectiveness.
In addition to the taught modules you will also complete a dissertation under the supervision of one of our specialist historians. Throughout your studies you will have access to our leading learning facilities and you will be welcome at academic events and seminars hosted by the new Institute of the Humanities.Read More
The Library holds printed copies of all Newcastle University PhD theses and some copies of theses written for other research degrees such as DSc, MD, DLitt, LLD, Deng, DBA, EdD, MPhil. All theses held by the Library are listed in LibrarySearch and where we have a printed and an electronic copy of a thesis a link is provided to the full-text.Read More
Research Services. The Library works with colleagues across the University to provide a range of services to support our researchers throughout the whole research cycle.Read More
The dissertation represents the culmination of years of graduate training. For many, the pages of the dissertation are stained with blood, sweat and tears. And coffee. And more tears. Since 1882, when the first dissertation was presented to the history department for doctoral qualification at Yale, hundreds of scholars have since followed that same path, dedicating themselves.Read More
Mike Ashley has been owner of Newcastle since 2007 Analysis. BBC sports editor Dan Roan: Arguably the most controversial takeover deal in Premier League history is finally over.Read More
DISSERTATION IN HISTORY. This module offers you the opportunity to submit a dissertation of 10,000 words on a topic approved by the School. For you to be considered for this module you will have achieved an aggregate of 68% across the Level 5 Autumn semester modules. HIS-6022Y. 30. RUSSIA IN REVOLUTION 1905-1921. More than a century after Lenin's Bolsheviks proclaimed the world's first.Read More
The full text of these dissertations is made freely available for anyone to read via the Durham University's e-theses service. If you do not wish to have your research made available in this way, please follow the general procedures outlined in the Take-down policy and contact us with the reasons for this as soon as possible. The content is freely available for personal research or study.Read More
Modern History: Dissertation with a focus in Modern History; Core Module, one Optional Module in Modern History; any other Optional or Skills module (e.g. foreign language). Visual Culture: Dissertation with a focus in Visual Culture; Core Module; one Optional Module in Visual Culture; one Foreign Language (French, German, Italian, or Spanish) or any other optional module; Core Modules. This.Read More
The History dissertation represents the culmination of your postgraduate studies. It will enable you to apply the skills you have acquired in core modules and options to a discrete body of primary sources related to an identifiable area of historical enquiry. It is an exercise in research and is intended to develop your research skills and your ability to work independently. Dissertation.Read More
This thesis examines how the social and cultural experience of becoming and being a merchant in early modern Newcastle upon Tyne contributed towards the formation of a merchant community in the town during the period 1660-1750. Chapters are arranged to broadly reflect stages in the lifecycle, beginning with apprenticeship, followed by housing, the acquisition of material goods and political.Read More