Whether you're looking to learn more about the background of our History and Politics tutors, read helpful FAQs, or put a face to a name, you can find out more about the team of experts who will work with you to ensure your learning experience with the University of Salford is a success. 

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Meet the History and Politics Academic Team

Get to know the History and Politics faculty through these FAQs

What inspired you to start teaching History and Politics at the University of Salford?

Shaping our subject, showing passion for teaching and learning and supporting others are all things that inspired us to start teaching. The University of Salford is a smaller, inclusive group of academics and students, meaning we’re hands-on academics involved in teaching and research activity.

What is your teaching style at the University of Salford

As said earlier, we’re a smaller group of students and staff than you might find elsewhere in UK Higher Education. A real strength of this is that a lot of our teaching is student-focused, often in small group seminars, tutorials and workshops, where you’ll be developing the important skills that we want you to leave university with. If it’s debating political ideas and themes, studying newly declassified archival material and exploring themes in contemporary history and politics, our approach to teaching is student-centred.

What disciplines do your History and Politics faculty specialise in?

We have experts covering a range of issues. From strategy to warfighting if you’re interested in military history, to intelligence, security and terrorism-related issues, and our academics focus on the significant issues of today. We have specialists in the First and Second World Wars and 20th Century warfare, European and Chinese foreign policy, civil wars and insurgencies, terrorism and the Islamic State, modern-day intelligence and security issues, Cold War history, online political campaigning and UK domestic politics amongst other areas.

Find more about the range of History and Politics degree courses the University of Salford offers.