The Department of Humanities encompasses history, philosophy, classical civilisation and theology and religious studies. We offer BA degrees in all these subjects, as well as a Foundation Degree in Ministerial Theology, and a MA in Historical Research, which includes a pathway for classical studies. Our courses are united by the strong confidence in the value of studying the actions, cultures, thoughts and beliefs of humanity past and present. We have a commitment to excellence in teaching, and to being friendly and approachable.
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Green Awards Ceremony 2013 2013-05-24 Green Impact teams and environmental heroes throughout the University of Roehampton were recognised at the Green Awards Ceremony held last week. Simon Dorman with Environmental Champion, Jennifer Foulds Chair of Environmental Forum, Simon Dorman, presented
First British Academy Postdoctoral Fellowship to be conducted at Roehampton 2013-05-20 Dr Stefan Visnjevac has won a highly competitive three-year British Academy Postdoctoral fellowship to work on a fifteenth-century preacher, Leonardo Mattei and his world. Dr Visnjevac’s new project was selected from 750 app
Humanities student Talisker Donahue has won a prestigious AHRC award for his Master's course at London's School of Oriental and African Studies. Talisker obtained a first-class degree in Classical Civilisation and History in June 2012, and wil be studying the History
Business Management student Alexander Large and Drama, Theatre and Performance student Tiffany Birchard have been awarded iPads by the University for their participation in the National Student Survey.
Debate on the legacy of Pope Benedict XVI and hopes for the new head of the Catholic church
On the BBC’s World Service, Tina Beattie (Professor of Catholic Studies) and former American Ambassador to the Holy See, Ray Flynn debated the state of contemporary Catholicism.
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