The University of Kent, School of History is accepting applications for its MA in the History of Science, Medicine, Environment and Technology. This postgraduate course is unique in teaching the collective history of science, medicine, environment and technology. It is also unique as it offers modules that combine imperial, ethical, and military history with general areas of history of science and medicine.

Students learn from experts working in these diverse fields and are taught how different societies, cultures, and races have conceptualised disease, reacted to changes in environment and created different technological artefacts and scientific knowledge.

Students are introduced to the major and recent historiographical and methodological approaches, are familiarised with the main archives in the UK and encouraged to approach the history of medicine, science, environment and technology from past as well as contemporary concerns.

For more information about the programme visit:

You can also get in touch with Dr Pratik Chakrabarti at [email protected]