Master’s inModernWar Studies
Military History and Practice from 1945 to the Present Day October 2012 to September 2013
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Directed by Professor Lloyd Clark, one of Britain’s leading authorities in modern warfare, this one-year course, starting in October 2012, examines major themes in modern military history and contemporary warfare.
Teaching is based in central London, with participants free to undertake independent research under expert supervision on a topic of their choice, within the range of the programme. Assessment is by a dissertation of 20,000 words.
A central feature of the programme is its celebrated series of evening seminars and post-seminar dinners, at the Cavalry & Guards Club, Piccadilly, at which participants can engage in general discussion with the speakers. The ten seminars are led by internationally distinguished experts, including:
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Sir Max Hastings General the Lord Dannatt Lord Ashdown General Sir John Kiszely Professor Hew Strachan Those who wish to attend the seminars and dinners, but not to undertake a dissertation, may join the course as Associate Students, at a reduced fee. For further details Google: ‘Buckingham War Studies’ or see the website: www.buckingham.ac.uk/humanities/ma/warstudies Course enquiries: Professor Lloyd Clark Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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