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19 Sep Record diploma: Why research historical past?



Dr Chris Evans, who teaches on the undergraduate historical past diploma at the College of Glamorgan, argues the circumstance for studying historical past at university.

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  • Nick Jackson
    Posted at 22:03h, 19 September

    If you must, only minor in history and major in communications (broadcast or print). For the most part you can learn history by yourself, but becoming a journalist requires teamwork, equipment, and if you're a bland and boring person an effective story telling skill.

  • Rasmus Pedersen
    Posted at 22:03h, 19 September

    +waferthin99 

    Studying history in the university is not only about knowing historical facts. It is also about how you are to approach sources, analysing them, judging them and using them. 

    Even though it is mandatory to know historical facts and such about different events, it is very much required to know the historical methods and theories in order for one to obtain new knowledge in a subject. – That is if you want to be a historian.

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