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History Group Project

The Group Project is unique to History at Southampton, and is one of the aspects of the course most positively commented on by our students.

While most of the work you do at University will be as an individual, the Group Project provides a valuable opportunity for you to carry out a piece of historical research as part of a group, and to present the research to a public audience.

An example of past Group Project was "Early Modern British Visitors to the Islamic World".

A recent example of an outstanding public outcome created by the students of the Group 3 in 2010 is the documentary 'Protest in the 1960s', produced by Dax Wood in association with SUSUtv.

The course is convened by Dr Julie Gammon jg15@southampton.ac.uk.

NB: All documents, additional information and ongoing announcements that you will need during the time you will participate in the Group Project are to be found on Blackboard.

One aspect of my History degree which I appreciate is the Group Project as it has put into perspective many of my strengths and weaknesses and has also shown me skills that I never knew I had. It’s great to know that History is not only about writing essays; it’s also a lot more interactive and about engaging with the public, something employers would value.

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