We have a vibrant academic and student body who are often featured in the press. Many of our academics contribute to national and international radio and television shows.
I hope you are having an enjoyable summer. This is the first of what I aim to be a three times a year update about teaching and learning in the School of History.
Professor Roy Foster writes for the Evening Standard
History at QMUL scores 92 per cent for student satisfaction
The 2017 National Student Survey (NSS) questioned UK undergraduates on various aspects of their student experience, including their overall satisfaction. According to the survey, overall student satisfaction at QMUL’s School of History is at 92 per cent. This ranks QMUL History third in London.
QMUL’s overall satisfaction score, according to the survey, stands at 83 per cent: 16 subjects at QMUL score higher than the average sector satisfaction while 9 are ranked number one in London.
Dr Robert Henderson's new book : Vladimir Burtsev and the Struggle for a Free Russia
Dr Robert Henderson has written a new book, Vladimir Burtsev and the Struggle for a Free Russia. Dr Henderson analyses Burtsev’s struggle against the Tsarist regime in the latter half of the 19th century, and traces his opposition to Bolshevism following the revolution in 1917. Burtsev’s life is set in the context of Russian and European history, and Dr Henderson uses Burtsev as a means to explore topics such as European police collaboration, prison systems, diplomatic relations, and Russia’s relationship with Europe. Extensive original archival research and previously untranslated Russian source material is incorporated throughout the text.