History, Archaeology and Religion research

Postgraduate research programmes available for online application in the School of History, Archaeology and Religion are listed, together with possible start dates.

The titles of research programmes are generic to encompass the wide range of research opportunities available. The research areas for MPhil and PhD specified below reflect the areas of expertise within this School. You will be given an opportunity to specify your proposed project/topic later in the application.

Research areas for MPhil and PhD include:

History, Welsh History, Archaeology, Ancient History, Conservation, Anthropology of Buddhist Societies, Asian Health and Yogic Traditions and their Western Adaptations, Buddhism and its Literature in India and the West, Byzantine History, Culture and Religion, Chaplaincy, Christian Ethics, Contemporary Christian Theology, Contemporary Islam in the West, Early Christian Literature, History and Culture, Health Ethics and Religion, Hindu Traditions, History of Biblical Exegesis, History of Buddhism, Islam in the UK, Jainism, Method and Theology in the Study of Religion, Narrative Traditions of South Asia, Pastoral and Practical Theology, Patristics and Late Antiquity, Religion and Performance, Seventeenth Century British Sectarianism, Sikh Traditions of the Eighteenth and Nineteenth Century, Sociology of Religion, Syriac Literature and the Christian Quest

To proceed with your application:

If you have difficulty locating the programme you want to apply for please check the name of the programme in postgraduate course finder using the postgraduate prospectus.

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