We offer a range of programmes for the study of History at undergraduate, master's and postgraduate research level.
You can view a full list of History courses and research programmes on the Courses page of the History website.
Our undergraduate and master's courses include several course units relevant to Economic Cultures. These include the following:
- Capitalism in Historical Perspective: 1700-1913
- Crisis and Prosperity in Twentieth-Century Europe
- From National Crisis to National Government: British Politics, Economy and Society, 1914-1939
- 'First Modern Economy' and 'First Industrial Nation': The Netherlands, England, c.1600-1850
- The Great Irish Famine and Its Impact, 1845-1900
- Ceaseless Revolution: France, 1781-1871
- Seaborne State? Venice and the East 1150-1550
- Welfare, Work, and Family Life in a Disunited Kingdom: Britain and Ireland, 1851-1951
- Capital & the Making of Modern Society
- From Cottonopolis to Metropolis: Manchester Communities & Institutions