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Dr Andrew Redden PhD

Senior Lecturer in Latin American History History

Teaching and Learning

Andrew's teaching attempts to be as research-centred as possible while still providing students with broad yet detailed sweeps of Latin American History. Particular interests include the relationship between historical testimonies and real events, the exchange of cultures and ideas that the conquest and colonization of the Americas brought about, the religious history of Latin America (especially the contributions made by the Jesuits and the people they came into contact with), and the social, political and spiritual impact of revolutions (both colonial and contemporary).


Modules for 2019-20

DISSERTATION

Module code: MODL307

Role: Teaching

GENRES AND THE WRITING OF HISTORY

Module code: HIST518

Role: Teaching

HISTORICAL RESEARCH

Module code: HIST527

Role: Module Co-ordinator

HISTORICAL RESEARCH

Module code: HIST507

Role: Module Co-ordinator

HISTORY DISSERTATION

Module code: HIST396

Role: Teaching

ORAL HISTORY: THEORY AND PRACTICE

Module code: HIST602

Role: Module Co-ordinator

REVIEWING HISTORY

Module code: HIST393

Role: Teaching

REVOLUTION, REPRESSION, MEMORY IN 20TH CENTURY LATIN AMERICA

Module code: HIST305

Role: Module Co-ordinator

TESTIMONY AND TRUTH: (RE)CONSTRUCTING THE LATIN AMERICAN PAST

Module code: HIST278

Role: Module Co-ordinator

THE GLOBAL HISTORY OF THE PRESENT

Module code: HIST114

Role: Teaching