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Emmett Sullivan

 BA(Hons) (Kent) MSc (London) PhD (ANU) FHEA

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Senior Departmental Tutor in History

Senior Tutor for First Years' Studies (Stuffy's)

Tutor for International Programmes

Director, UoLIP BA in History

Courses Taught:

HS1002 & HS1005: History and Meanings (Parts 1 & 2)
HS1109: Conflict and Identity in the Modern World from 1789 to the Present
HS1280: British Social and Economic History 1945-1997 
(Course Leader)
HS1283: British Social and Economic History 1914-1945
(Course Leader)

HS2300: Independent Essay
HS2006: Globalising Capital: Britain and the World 1846-1913
(Course Leader)
HS2209: International Economic Relations, 1917-1991
(Course Leader)

HS2233: The Bomb: Atomic Weaponry and Society in the 20th Century
(Course Leader)
HS2280: 'The Devil's Decade': Britain, America and the Great Slump, 1929-41
(Course Leader, not running in 2011/12)

HS3103: Comparative History and Historiography
HS3105: Dissertation Research Skills
(Course Leader)

HS5765: Tigers & Dragons: The Economic Development of China & Japan 1890-1990
(Course Leader, not running in 2011/12)

Contact Details:

Dr R Emmett Sullivan
Department of History
Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences
Royal Holloway and Bedford New College, University of London
Egham Hill, Egham, Surrey, TW20 0EX, UK

Emmett.Sullivan@RHUL.ac.UK

Senior.Tutor-History@RHUL.ac.UK

(student enquiries)

(+1784) 414 379 (direct phone)
(+1784) 433 032 (departmental fax)

   
 
 
 

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